Here is a portion of my .procmailrc file that adds labels to all email messages that are NetBSD mailing list related.
Instructions for setting up Qemu on NetBSD using evbarm and VEXPRESS_A15 kernel config.
C.H.I.P. Pro Dev Kit from Next Thing Co.
NEO Complete Starter Kit starter kit from FriendlyElec/FriendlyARM
So, I want to be a kernel programmer because the “magic” of how the hardware and software can talk to one another is fascinating. NetBSD is attractive to me to explore this because the code base is done well, the developers are super helpful and friendly, there is a lot of work to do, and there aren’t a million people working on it, so there is a spot for me to provide value.
At first, I was lazy. I used Google's Gsuite for sogubsys, piggy-backing off sogub services. It was a hack and I didn't feel good about it. Fortunately, in a tech-kern post Mouse stated that he couldn't or wouldn't receive emails that include a Gmail path. Thanks, Mouse. That simple statement was enough for me to do what I actually wanted to do: run my own MX and handle my own mail. I've done it before, but it was a long time ago.