I started this site in 2020-12 to host a collection of random documents that I've written for myself over the years, which other people may or may not find useful.
I'm also using it as a way to get familiar with Jekyll, which is a templating system that builds static web sites from a collection of Markdown and HTML files, primarily meant for "blogs".
Because this site is somewhat of a learning exercise, it's possible that things may change with little or no warning, including the overall "look and feel" of the entire site, or the URLs of individual pages within the site (although I think I've figured out enough to try and keep the URLs from changing). If you follow a link here and find that a page is "missing", please use the navigation links at the top of the page to find what you're looking for.
https://jms1.net/ is my original web site. It also contains some technical documents, however I'm thinking about migrating some or all of those to this site. I haven't really decided yet.
At one point I had collected a bunch of patches that others had written, added a few of my own, and "released" the result as a single combined patch. Other people found it and started using it, and for a while people thought I was some kind of expert with qmail. Unfortunately it's been several years since I've had time to concentrate on qmail, so ... fair warning, the information on the site may be a bit dated.
https://kg4zow.us/ is my web site for Amateur Radio (aka "Ham Radio").
_postsdirectory. Go ahead and edit it and re-build the site to see your changes. You can rebuild the site in many different ways, but the most common way is to run
jekyll serve, which launches a web server and auto-regenerates your site when a file is updated.