Hi everyone, I'm the main designer and developer for this project :)
I finished my master at the University of Udine, Italy and Fenrir was my master thesis. I hope to continue working on Fenrir full-time, hopefully I'll make enough money to make a job out of this.
Experience-wise, I consider myself a good programmer in C and C++, as those are the languages I prefer. I also have good knowledge of java, scripting bash, and I won't list the languages I had experience with, as they go from haskell to scala or jolie.
I also worked on some web-related projects, but I understood that the web and I are not made for each other :p
My first Linux distribution was a Slackware, but today I use ArchLinux. As the motto goes "if you know Slackware, you know Linux", I don't have problems managing other distributions.
I'm also a system administrator for GNU/Linux and **BSD systems, and I specialize myself in networks and security. Currently I maintain 2 servers (gentoo, CentOS), one for personal use, one for my university. The server hosting this website is currently based on gentoo-hardened.
I have been president of AsCI, (roughly translated: student association for informatics culture) at my university, and I helped to manage or directly managed the last 5 Open Source Days, a day dedicated to conferences on the open source world, much like the Linux Day, but held at a different date (end of November) and with broader scope. The last year we had over 1000 people, which is not bad, considering we are not in a huge city (~100k people).
My hobby is climbing. I started in 2013, and right now I find it really difficult to do a 6b way, but I hope to get better :) -- Don't worry, no freeclimbing ;)
I do have a twitter and facebook account, but don't expect me to keep track of them too much -- I only use them to quickly contact some of my friends.
Fenrir is my master thesis project, I started working on its details around July 2013, but I haven't had the time to completely document everything until recently.
This project is bigger than you might imagine. The basic functionalities are almost finished, but I intend to add a lot more. It will take some time, but everything will be done in an incremental way. This project can't be handled in a rolling-release status, as it needs a lot of security and stability.
I'm open to suggestions and critics. Don't expect your comment to be implemented right away, but I'll at least listen to what you have to say.