Welcome to the personal site for Dylan Moonfire (aka D. Moonfire). As part of a network of related sites, you can find various ramblings and explorations of whatever topic seems to interest me at the time. Sometimes they don't go anywhere, sometimes they are just to solve an itch, and other times just enjoying writing or the process of writing.
Beyond that, I am a polymath (Renaissance Man, jack-of-all-trades) and a voracious learner. I like to say that “I'm a large repository of useless knowledge” that ties into almost everything I do.
I also post the last five years of my blog. Since I believe that people change drastically over the years, what I wrote about beyond that is increasingly “not me”. For topics that I bring back time and time again, I move them into my garden (above) instead where they stand as an evergreen topic.
- 2023-01-21 - Faking Time Magic with Nitride
- 2022-12-30 - Exit Planning (v1.0.6, 2022-12-30)
- 2022-12-21 - Capabilities
- 2022-12-10 - Ceph and NixOS
- 2022-11-25 - Migrated Fedran to Nitride
- 2022-10-26 - Various Updates - Good and Bad
- 2022-09-06 - Migrating to Take Away the Pain
- 2022-08-27 - August in a Nutshell
- 2022-08-07 - Semantic Release and Woodpecker CI
- 2022-07-19 - Project Layout (v3.1.0, 2022-07-19)
- 2022-07-19 - Sorting Books (v1.0.3, 2022-07-19)
- 2022-07-17 - Untrusted Packages (v0.0.3, 2022-07-17)
- 2022-07-14 - The Words are Done
- Blog Archives
A digital garden is a collection of thoughts and ideas that are arranged in a manner that makes sense to me. They are frequently a consolidation of posts, but are presented topically instead of chronological.
Moonfire Games is my “umbrella” for programming and gaming projects and has its own site.
Writing has been a big part of my life, more so with a conscious decision made in 2010. As such, I have a number of places where my writing is posted for you to read. The biggest is Fedran, my high fantasy/steampunk setting that I have focused on for over a decade. I also have a smattering of random stories that popped up over the years.