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About

Hi, I’m Michael Clemens. I’m an information security engineer with many years of experience in information technology. My first computer was a Commodore C64 (1989), followed by an Amiga (1992) and finally, in 1995, I got my first PC. In 1998 I installed my first Linux distribution (S.u.S.E. Linux 5.3), moved to Debian in 2002, tried a lot of BSDs and Linux distributions but always came back to Debian.

I support the Free Software Foundation Europe (fsfe.org). Everything I code in my freetime is therefore published as open source software. If you are interested, you can have a look at my projects. I also try to document interesting stuff on my blog.

Besides that, I enjoy gaming on everything 8-bit (C64, Atari 2600, NES etc.) or fantasy consoles (PICO-8, TIC-80).

Apart from computer related hobbies, I love analog photography, bicycles, reading and many more.

I am a licensed ham radio operator and member of the DARC. My callsign is DL6MHC. You can find some information about my station on my QRZ.com page.

If you’d like to contact me, please send me a mail to contact_0x7E5@qrz.is or send me a toot on Mastodon.