Some projects I work on and are worth mentioning (sorted alphabetically).
Devuan's apt repo merger. A tool used to stack deb-based repositories on top of each other while keeping priorities and banning packages.
An ephemeral pastebin. First come first serve.
DarkFi is an anonymous DeFi network.
The distro of choice for people that want Debian without systemd. On top of that, I maintain a build framework for a plethora of ARM devices.
Devuan's Simple Distro Kit. Based around a shell script library called libdevuansdk, wrappers are easy to code and create distro derivatives. It is also written in mind to support building other distros - not just Devuan.
A very minimal implementation of permission handling for git repos that utilizes SSH's authorized_keys command directive.
heads is the libre privacy distro. It is loosely based around the concepts of Tails. Built upon Devuan as a base distribution.
The effort to revive and modernize Maemo. Going strong and well.
A Linux kernel module to help fight against police terror. This can make your computer shut down when a certain configured USB device is unplugged while the kernel module is loaded.
The Gopher over TLS initiative. A community-adopted protocol.
A real-time payment protocol working on the Solana blockchain.
A small and simple tool for user privilege escalation.
Tor Distributed Announce Mechanism is the protocol and tooling implementing peer discovery in the Tor network.