This is my personal blog where I write about things that interest me. Usually I try to write posts that are of interest to others as well, so most of the content here are about my adventures in the free and open source software world.
I am currently a PhD student at The Pennsylvania University, trying to figure out the dynamics of the atmospheric circulation that lead to the climate variability we experience. You can read more about my research on my personal website. Besides science I am also interested in programming and a plethora of other things, which you may (or may not) discover if you read my posts. Programming is what lead me to Linux and KDE, but funnily most of my contributions to the latter project have been non-programming related. For example, I am one of the administrators of the KDE Community Forums and part of the KDE webteam (even though I know next to nothing about web development!).
Well, I think that is enough self introduction for now. Welcome!