The web sucks. We'd like it to suck less. To end GitHub's code-hosting monopoly, we're a major contributor to <ahref="https://nlnet.nl/project/Gitea/">forge federation development</a>. We also offer many decentralized, encrypted, and privacy-respecting <ahref="explore">alternatives to popular services</a>.
We live and breath code. We've contributed to dozens of projects, including Arch Linux, KDE Frameworks, Nextcloud, Gitea, Forgejo, ForgeFed, Mastodon, PeerTube, Woodpecker, Toolbox, OpenRGB, Zenpower3, and more. We also maintain over 30 AUR and Nixpkgs packages.
You'll learn some insanely cool stuff from our community. How to make a cursed peer-to-peer network... how to incorrectly encrypt your disk so you can never unlock it...
<h4>Discuss with the community!</h4>
Our community mostly hangs out on <ahref="https://matrix.to/#/!epVJFHxAwGJBqjgGoQ:exozy.me?via=exozy.me&via=matrix.org">Matrix</a>. We're 100% community built and maintained, so everyone has a voice in our project decisions.
We have snazzy overpowered hardware: a 24-thread AMD Ryzen 9 5900X proccessor that compiles code faster than you can snap, a Sapphire Radeon RX 6600 XT Nitro+ graphics card for insane gaming over remote desktop, 32 GB of RAM, and gigabit internet.
It's equally epic on the software side. Now Arch Linux is a terrible operating system for servers, but we use it anyways and update monthly. We've got free SSH and remote desktop access, code hosting, cloud storage, website hosting, VMs, and basically <ahref="explore">anything else you can think of</a>.
Be sure to also take a look at our <ahref="https://git.exozy.me/exozyme">repositories on exogit</a>, where all the exozyme development action happens. (Or even better, contribute! 😍) And <b>please please please report bugs</b> on our <ahref="https://git.exozy.me/exozyme/exozyme/issues">issue tracker</a>. We really appreciate it! We also have an underrated <ahref="https://git.exozy.me/exozyme/exozyme/wiki">wiki</a> that is badly in need of contributions.
You can find this website's code (CC BY-SA 4.0 license) on <ahref="https://git.exozy.me/exozyme/website">exogit</a>. All HTML and CSS was hand-written by the <ahref="https://git.exozy.me/exozyme/exozyme">our community</a>!