Computer fiddler, music listener, game player, part time weeb, partial problem, mere and hopefully inoffensive human being. Now on a web browser.

Pronouns: do/not/matter

You don't have JavaScript enabled.

Good. Keep it that way.
Rather than criticize you for it, I'm complimenting you.
There are actually some JavaScript-dependent features on this website, but they're mere gimmicks. Not required at all.

You are on a small screen.

This website may not be at its best on such restrictions. Still, feel free to look around.


A human being, as any other, with interest in technology, such as Linux, programming, server hosting and gaming. Also interested in art creation, not at all good at it. Neurological disorders are not part of my personality, and I hope they'll never be; stop glamorising it as if it's a good thing, it's not, and you're making us look like a joke.
I also find a niche in music: primarily preferred genres include industrial/metal (think Architects, Nine Inch Nails, Rage Against the Machine), electronic music (like Aphex Twin, Daft Punk, Justice), and alternative (Nothing but Thieves, Muse, Gorillaz). I mean, it's not like I have a CD collection or anything...

I do not tend to be an offence by default; should I ever disagree with your opinion, whatever may it be, I don't care. Believe in and be whatever you want, I don't care about politics, corporations' moralities, LGBT stuff, neurological disorders, things of the sort. Don't make me care, either.

...not that any of this actually defines a person, then again


Should you ever want to contact me, for whatever reason, use whatever method works best for you.
Just make sure you're actually talking to me; I usually won't link unknown methods here, so use this as a point of reference. (Or I can make a PGP signature if I'm on my workstation...)

PGP public key thing

If you don't know what this is, forget it; this is not "required," just a secure means of encryption/signing. Here's a quick reference on how it "works" for emails.

To those who know what this is for, this is my fingerprint: 623A60EA2B9FDA40252A7D51550913E862FF13DDHere's the public key on


I should be able to respond to XMPP messages when I'm home. This is a preferred way of sending messages; if you can, and if it suits your needs, use this.
Main Disroot accountOMEMO fingerprints


Where possible, use plain text and PGP encryption. (but don't stress if you can't figure it out.)
atlascore à disroot point org
(démerdez-vous, êtres humains.)

Fediverse (Mastodon/Pleroma/Misskey/etc)

While it's not the most secure or private method of communication, it is one that works for quick messages.
Self-hosted mainStarnix/Pleroma altMastodon alt

Fucking Discord bullshit no one cares about

You seriously shouldn't use this for reasons other than desperation. To prove my statement, I will not provide my easily guessable username.

Other means

No guarantees at all. These likely are accounts that are either "niche" or less active.
MSN Messenger (via! Messenger (via upon request and are revivals of old messaging platforms I am not affiliated with. don't expect any seriousness here.

why "atlas_core", or ""?

what, you wanna hear me ramble or something?

"atlas core" has a pretty simple meaning as a reference to one of my favorite games, Portal 2. In that game, there's a co-op mode, where 2 players can complete levels together (or not, and just mess around with stuff) (from experience, we mostly messed around). The characters, Atlas and P-body, all look like other entities in the game; Atlas looks like an Aperture Science core, whereas P-body looks like a turret.
Would P-body be "P-turret"?..wait, no, that sounds like something else.

The term "right mouse click" (as in was just some creative name I tried coming up with when looking at domains and their ends (.com, .co, .me, etc). I didn't want to go with something too basic, so I found "click" to be quite interesting. I tried coming up with sentences with that, and thought of "left mouse click". That happened to be taken, so I went with the right mouse click.
Hmm, I could probably turn this website into some anti-NFT thing.. maybe I will.


The character I frequently use often as a "profile picture". Say hi to him. :)

It is designed to be a cat, but it can also look like a Wiimote/fridge/power outlet/phone/tower fan/blanket/Teletubbies/toilet/car/Arch Linux user/door.

Early 2020: I wanted to do a quick sketch of a chair in GIMP, and for no reason decided to add cat ears. Turned out that it looked more like a cat than a chair, so it became a cat named Chair from now on.
Mid 2020: I remade Chair entirely, so that it looked cleaner. I used those images as profile pictures nearly everywhere. For the better.
Late 2022: I remade Chair, again, without the intention of making something hugely different. This time, it was in Vector though!

Source images
An image of Chair, the character.

Personal codey-code projects

Stuff I have worked on previously. And probably gave up on.
Time management is stupid anyway.

Actual stuff


A simple and addictive, arcade-like game where you collect dots, written in C++ with Raylib, although taking code inspiration from another game, Terri-Fried.
Probably my proudest work yet, I highly recommend you check it out!



A still very incomplete, rudimentary Android client for Nitter built with native, modern technologies like Compose in mind.
While incomplete and mostly put on the backlog of incomplete projects, it's my most prominent work on the Android platform.


Other stuff that exists


What used to be a Discord bot, that later got turned into a core library and a Discord bot.
Abandoned due to the main bot's discontinuation (Discord being garbage) and due to horrible memories with some people related to my Discord experience.

view library core, or view garbage dicsrod bot

A Roblox module that allows the player to interact with the Spotify API from in-game as a potential substitute for game soundtrack or overlay.
Abandoned due to lack of motivation and not really having a way to authenticate. Oh, and because I now use YT Music.


A CLI-based app meant to synchronize songs from one device to another, but that can also be used to sort song files elegantly
Mostly sitting in unfinished limbo; I myself didn't find the need to continue this. Syncthing does the job.