Well, not much. I'm a SAP Basis administrator that's interested in learning how operating systems work on all levels.
Despite my job is done with one of the most private representation of closed source products, I'm still amazed on how real open source projects work, allowing people to solve their problems or needs with the work others offer in a free way.
What you can find here
Home is this page.
Archive is a browseable directory with stuff for sharing, like patches, images, tests, etc... and Crashdumps is a browseable directory with the crashdumps related with system failures or bugs.
TODO is my wish list for me or others to work on.
libhammer is an attempt to collect the most basic functions to interact with the HAMMER filesystem.
hammer-backup would be a backup system based upon HAMMER FS snapshots.
iSCSI is a section with all the related information about iSCSI protocol and DragonFlyBSD.
dirfs is a userland filesystem for vkernel that provides the ability to mount any host directory. Final goal is to be able to dirfs root mount for vkernel.