Introducing Bubble: a free, open source, self hosted store that accepts BitcoinCash. Check it out at and give it a try!

The V0LT server is currently down due to a power outage. Expect services to resume within a few hours.

I've finished working on 'Feather', a completely open source and privacy respecting mood tracker! Its compatible with HealthBox, and I'm really happy with how seamlessly they mesh. Check it out at

Breathe is now compatible with HealthBox! Check out Breathe v2.0 at

I've just finished the first HealthBox compatible program! Its called Pace, and makes it easy to record your daily steps. It also serves as a template for developers looking to add HealthBox support to their software. Check it out at

I've been working on "lyric by lyric" videos of songs, where the lyrics are shown one at a time on screen. This is Paid My Dues, by NF:

You can watch it in full, 1440p@120FPS quality, and several other songs at

Despite the fact that Unity embeds trackers in all programs compiled with it's software, there's been a lot of interest in seeing the source code in retired, legacy V0LT Unity games. I've begun the process of upload the source code to these programs on the V0LT site. While it doesn't make much of a difference in terms of privacy, Unity users still might be interested in seeing how they work!

So far, Ball Run and iPhysics Sandbox have been open sourced, but expect more coming soon!

Introducing Moment, a simple, FOSS, cloud based sobriety tracker that protects your privacy! Check out the official instance at after signing into your V0LT account. You can also self host it yourself!

Using self hosted Plausible Analytics has made it infinitely easier to promote V0LT in a privacy respecting way. If you're looking for a way to track the success of your FOSS project, I can highly recommend them @plausible

I'm considering remaking iPhysics Sandbox in Godot, so it can be released as free and open source software. What are some features from the original iPhysics Sandbox game that you'd like to see in the new one? What about some features you'd like to see in general for a 3D physics sandbox game?

The V0LT analytics system has been completely overhauled! The V0LT now runs V0LT Analytics alongside Plausible Analytics in order to create the most accurate information possible. While Plausible Analytics is developed by a third party, it's completely open source and hosted entirely on the V0LT server, which means theres no cross-site requests or cookies of any kind!

Looking for an easy way to share all of your social media links with your audience? Most people use Linktree, but for those who want a secure, ad free experience for their viewers and themselves, Home Base is the privacy respecting alternative. You can check it out and use if forever at no cost at

V0LT Photography is finally live! View, download, and use royalty free, CC-BY-SA licensed, high resolution images at

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After 6 months, I’ve finally finished the process of building a new V0LT workstation. I plan to release a specs sheet at some point in the near future on

Version 1.0 of SGen Libre has been released! It contains all of the base features, including string analysis tools and, of course, the ability to generate customizable passwords.

Check it out at

I've re branded SGen Desktop Linux to SGen Libre to clear up confusion. I've also added the first of the built in analysis tools! If you want to check it out, you can run it without even having to save it to your machine by running this command on a GNU/Linux computer:

curl | python3

I broke down how much V0LT costs to run, and how much is earned from donations. It’s all just estimates, but you can view the chart here if you’d like to see what goes into keeping V0LT alive!

I also listed some of the projects V0LT depends on for people who want to support V0LT indirectly.

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This is a brand new server run by the main developers of the project as a spin-off of 🐘 It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!