Welcome to my personal blog!

I am doing software development in many areas, with my main fields of experience being cross-platform software (C++/Qt), Android apps (native), Linux & DevOps (Bash/Python/Ruby, Docker, ...).

Open Source is one of my passions -- I am a developer and maintainer of many open projects and regularly start contributing to additional ones. Support me on my mission! My other favourite activities include photography and being outdoor as much as possible. I am too volunteering at the local fire department. I went to school at HTL Braunau (Electronics / Software Engineering & Mobile Computing), studied at FH Hagenberg (Mobile Computing) and work currently at Felgo.

Important Notice: My free & open source Android apps are now in official Repositories. Hence my public hosted F-Droid repository is not available anymore.

Yesterday I tried publishing an F-Droid repository on Github-Pages. After my first successful tries to download apps using F-Droid I added a small frontend using Jekyll.

You can find my public F-Droid repo here:

I already had experience with build-services, including F-Droid for Android apps. Because I also use it for my private projects I thought why not create a public repo also. As there will be a small count of apps, the git-repo limit of 1GB seems to be enough for now.

What is F-Droid?

F-Droid is an installable catalogue of FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) applications for the Android platform. The client makes it easy to browse, install, and keep track of updates on your device. - https://f-droid.org/

How to get apps from my repo?

Download and install F-Droid: https://f-droid.org/FDroid.apk
Add repository: https://gsantner.gitlab.io/fdroid/repo

Available apps

These apps are initially available:

  • XPrivacy in AppInfo / XPosed module
  • MemeTastic / MemeCreator, created at university

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