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I am an enthusiastic Penguin Wrangler, Pythonist, Rubyist, Rustacean, and GNU Herder.

My passion with Funtoo Linux runs deep as I have been using Gentoo continuously since 2005 and then shortly there after switching to Funtoo Linux.

The expansive and world changing engineering efforts of the Linux Kernel as the largest globally developed software project has and continues to provide daily inspiration to keep learning, sharing, creating, volunteering, and having fun.

Top Priorities

  • Engineer a custom Funtoo Prometheus Exporter -- FL-9559

Current Projects

Official Funtoo Projects I am actively working or participating on:

Current Funtoo Software Maintenance

There are various bits of software I help maintain on Funtoo either by direct code contributions in the past or through Projects. My key focus areas include:

  • Two lang-kit programming languages, Golang and Rust
  • Golang (modules) and Rust (crates) Packages spread across various kits
  • All packages in ruby-kit
  • Telemetry related autogen packages in core-server-kit
  • Enlightenment DE related packages
  • 1Password bin package in security-kit

Below is a listing of additional Funtoo packages and their kits I help with or contribute to:

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CatPkg Name Kit Name
dev-lang/ruby ruby-kit
dev-lang/go lang-kit
dev-lang/rust lang-kit
sys-kernel/debian-sources core-kit
app-metrics/prometheus-bin core-server-kit
app-metrics/alertmanager-bin core-server-kit
www-apps/grafana-bin net-kit
net-dns/coredns net-kit
dev-libs/efl dev-kit
x11-wm/enlightenment desktop-kit
x11-terms/terminology desktop-kit
www-client/firefox browser-kit
dev-util/just dev-kit
sys-apps/uutils-coreutils dev-kit
sys-fs/dust dev-kit
sys-process/bottom dev-kit
app-misc/yq-go dev-kit
dev-util/packer dev-kit
media-gfx/ascii-image-converter dev-kit
app-benchmarks/bootchart2 core-hw-kit
app-crypt/nwipe security-kit
app-crypt/onepassword-bin security-kit

Wiki Docs

Some different wiki documentation I have drafted:

Some planned wiki documentation yet to be drafted:

Development Hardware

ARM64 Systems

I do active development and experimenting with various arm64 for Funtoo Linux.

Below is a list of some of the arm64 hardware I either run or and am working to run Funtoo Linux on:

Current Shell

There are so many fun ways to customize your shell on Funtoo Linux.

Here are some Bash customizations that I use on my primary Funtoo system that have evolved over many years and continue to do so. Have fun with them and customizing them even further.


Shell aliases are a great way to supercharge your general workflow and navigation when working in a shell

   .bashrc (Shell source code) - Bash aliases
# Aliases
# General
alias cat='bat -f --paging=never --theme ansi'
alias dsk='df -ahTP'
alias dski='df -ahTPi'
alias e='exit'
alias fxs='declare -f'
alias less='bat  --theme ansi'
alias ll='lsd -alh --group-dirs first'
alias la='lsd -A --group-dirs first'
alias l='lsd -CF --group-dirs first'
alias l1='lsd -1 --group-dirs first'
alias pbcopy='xclip -selection clipboard'
alias pbpaste='xclip -selection clipboard -o'
alias psx='ps auwx | grep $1'
alias rbckt='rsync -avHPn --stats $1 $2'
alias rbck='rsync -avHP --stats $1 $2'
alias rel='source $HOME/.bashrc'
alias tree='lsd --tree'

# Git
alias gadd='git add'
alias gamd='git commit --amend'
alias gbase='git rebase master'
alias gbcn='git branch'
alias gcom='git commit -m'
alias gchk='git checkout'
alias gdif='git diff'
alias gdif1="git log --abbrev-commit --pretty=oneline -1 | cut -d' ' -f1 | xargs git show"
alias gdif2="git log --abbrev-commit --pretty=oneline -1 | awk {'print $1'} | git show | grep diff"
alias gfork='git checkout -b'
alias gig='git status --ignored'
alias glog='git log --abbrev-commit --pretty=oneline'
alias glogs='git log --abbrev-commit --pretty=oneline -10'
alias gnuke='git branch -D'
alias gpll='git pull --rebase'
alias gpush='git push'
alias gref='git reflog -10'
alias gstat='git status'

# Funtoo
alias e='exit'
alias em='sudo emerge -av'
alias e1='sudo emerge -av1'
alias ef='sudo emerge -avf'
alias er='sudo emerge -aC'
alias es='sudo emerge -avuD system'
alias eu='eix -Iuc'
alias ew='sudo emerge -avuD world'
alias epr='sudo emerge -av @preserved-rebuild'
alias ewn='sudo emerge -avuDN world'
alias esyn='sudo /usr/bin/ego sync && sudo /usr/bin/layman -S && sudo /usr/bin/eix-update'


I current use a modified version of the Hack font from the Nerd Fonts project. This is primarily to support rendering of glyphs (icons) natively within your terminal emulator. More specifically to support glyph rendering with the drop in replacement for ls called lsd, that I use in my shell.


Some useful Bash functions used in and out of my shell prompt:

   .bashrc (Shell source code) - Bash functions
# Functions
# Simple alphanumeric password generator
genalpha() {
  local l=$1
  [ "$l" == "" ] && l=20
  tr -dc 'A-Za-z0-9' < /dev/urandom | head -c ${l} | xargs

# Simple random password generator
genrandom() {
  local l=$1
  [ "$l" == "" ] && l=20
  tr -dc 'A-Za-z0-9_!@#$%^&*(),.;[]{}|=+-' < /dev/urandom | head -c ${l} | xargs

# Keychain wrapper
  eval `keychain --eval --agents ssh $1`

# Git Prompt
git_prompt() {
  if ! git rev-parse --git-dir > /dev/null 2>&1; then
    return 0

  git_branch=$(git branch 2>/dev/null | sed -n '/^\*/s/^\* //p')

  if git diff --quiet 2>/dev/null >&2; then

  echo "$git_color[$git_branch]${c_reset}"


The shell prompt is arguably one of the most important aspects of the shell as it quickly and concisely display critical information. Here is a custom one that I use:

   .bashrc (Shell source code) - Bash prompt
# Colors

# Prompt
OS_ICON=PROMPT_COMMAND='PS1="\n \[\033[1;34m\]╭─\[\033[0;36m\]\[\033[0;37m\]\[\033[46m\] $OS_ICON \[\033[0;37m\]\[\033[46m\]\u\[\033[0;33m\]\[\033[46m\]@\h \[\033[0m\]\[\033[0;36m\]\[\033[41m\]\[\033[0;31m\]\[\033[41m\]\[\033[0;30m\]\[\033[41m\] \s \V \[\033[0m\]\[\033[0;31m\]\[\033[43m\]\[\033[0;33m\]\[\033[43m\]\[\033[0;30m\]\[\033[43m\]  \t \[\033[0m\]\[\033[0;33m\]\[\033[44m\]\[\033[0;34m\]\[\033[44m\]\[\033[0;30m\]\[\033[44m\]  \W \[\033[0m\]\[\033[0;34m\]\[\033[40m\]\[\033[0;30m\]\[\033[40m\]\[\033[0;37m\]\[\033[40m\]  $(git_prompt) \[\033[0m\]\[\033[0;30m\]\[\033[42m\]\[\033[0;32m\]\[\033[42m\]\[\033[0;30m\]\[\033[42m\]  $(kube_context) \[\033[0m\]\[\033[0;32m\]\[\033[41m\]\[\033[0;31m\]\[\033[41m\]\[\033[0;30m\]\[\033[41m\] \# \[\033[0m\]\[\033[0;31m\]\n \[\033[1;34m\]╰ \[\033[1;36m\]\$ \[\033[0m\]"'
#eval "$(starship init bash)"


Make sure to always put PROMPT_COMMAND at the very end or bottom of your .bashrc configuration so that it evaluates last


More information can be found at Siris's Funtoo Linux Dev Blog. Happy hacking and have fun!