Christian Bundy

I'm active in a handful of communities and I thought it might be responsible to create a publicly accessible resource to verify who I am across disparate protocols and services.

The List

I've separated The List into two groups: active and inactive. The real world is [always] a bit squishier than that, so my activity may fluctuate over time.


My goal is to spend most of my time offline while still peering often, which generally lends itself well to free/open-source software and distributed networking.


Over the years I've made dozens (grosses?) of accounts with various protocols/services, most of which I've abandoned for various reasons. This particular account graveyard can be assumed to be countably infinite, so the below are an arbitrary selection of the ones I think are the most important to document.


Let's be honest: this works just like every other list of "frequently asked" questions. Nobody has ever asked me questions, these are just fun questions that I conveniently have a canned answer to.

What about ██████?

If you're not sure, contact me via one of my active accounts or ask me in meatspace.

How do you choose?

There are a ton of factors that go into choosing the right tool for the job, but here are a few of the things that are the most important to me:

There aren't many tools that fit all of the items on my wishlist, but sometimes compromise is the best tool for the job.

Anything else?

Nope, that's all I've got.

The End