Welcome to Aditya’s Website

What brings you here?



Hello, I’m Aditya Kumar, a computer science student with a passion for managing computers and backend development. I am particularly enthusiastic about contributing to open source projects. With a strong focus on virtual machines and server administration, I possess the skills to handle various Linux distributions including Debian, Ubuntu, Archlinux, Gentoo, NixOS and Fedora.

My Skill Set:

  • Programming Languages: C, C++, Python, Rust
  • Version Control: Git
  • Shell Scripting: Bash
  • Virtualization: KVM
  • Web Server: Nginx
  • Package Management: Nix

Having a firm grasp of these technologies allows me to efficiently manage virtual machines and servers, ensuring optimal performance and stability. I believe in the power of open source and its ability to foster collaboration and innovation.

I am always eager to expand my knowledge and stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the field. Through my website, I aim to share my experiences, insights, and contributions to the world of computer science and open source. See my resume.

Feel free to explore my projects, blog, and reach out to me for potential collaborations or discussions. Let’s connect and build something amazing together!

Services on this domain

Services No Longer Offered

These services used to be available for public use but had to be discontinued due to resourse limitations on our new Virtual Private Server (VPS). We regret to announce the discontinuation of certain features and services that were previously available.

We understand the value of these services provided to our users, and we apologize for any inconvenience caused by their removal. This decision was not taken lightly, but it was necessary to ensure optimal performance and stability of our website as a whole.

Although we can no longer offer these specific services, we would like to suggest some alternative solutions:

  1. SearXNG: It’s an open-source and privacy-friendly search engine that aggregates results from multiple search engines and presents them in a single page. Searxng is a great alternative to Google and other search engines that track your online activity. It also allows you to customize your search results by selecting which search engines you want to use.

Alternative: You can use one of the many instances on searx.space.

  1. River: It was based on Pleroma, which is a free and open-source social networking platform that is similar to Mastodon. It’s designed to be lightweight and fast, and it’s built on top of the ActivityPub protocol.

Alternative: There are many servers with myraid of rules and terms of service that make it difficult to recommend one in general. I encourage the visitors to explore the alternative themselves and sign up on the one they deem fit for their use case.

  1. Piped: Piped is an open-source alternative frontend for YouTube which is efficient by design1. It’s primarily aimed at being used on desktops, but it can also be used on mobile devices.

Alternative: You can use one of the many mirrors listed on the project’s website.


For any inquiries or potential collaborations, please feel free to reach out to me via email at bluenerd [at] protonmail [dot] com. I welcome meaningful discussions and opportunities to connect with fellow professionals and enthusiasts in the field.

To ensure a secure and productive interaction, I kindly request that you provide a brief introduction in your initial email. This will help me filter out spammers and trolls, allowing for more focused and valuable communication. After reviewing your message, I will be happy to provide additional means of communication.

Thank you for your understanding, and I look forward to hearing from you!

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