Kanidm is a identity management system (a store of accounts, groups and more) that supports authentication to opensuse, web sites, networks, and more. The project has a focus on respect of humans, correctness, simplicity and performance. In previous hackweeks we have implemented cryptographic authentication (webauthn), wasm based web UI and more.
The world is changing. A mouse got lose and fell off the discworld. Consequently the elephants got scared and hopped off Great A'Tuin's back. As luck would have it a gigantic crab with four gophers on its back took its place.
One day in the past, a relative young geek met Wezterm terminal emulator in a wood or rusty repos. At that time he was used to drive a Win10 machine for work and a Linux shiny supercar for fun and Wezterm fit on both.
As I do not work as a developer per se, I love developing new code and learning new technologies that arise in this world. The Rust language is defined as Rust is a multi-paradigm, general-purpose programming language. Rust emphasizes performance, type safety, and concurrency.
rinit is an init written in Rust. It offers a valid alternative to systemd for PID 1 and service management. It uses the supervision to manage long running programs (deamons), log everything to files (no binary log interface) and provides an easy to use command line interface. rinit is already working and able to spawn services and handle their dependencies.
Crev  is a collaborative code audit idea. Since it's common that more security engineers can work on the same projects, or there can be a different person auditing a piece of code after some time, there is the need to keep track of the code audit notes in a non-repudiable way.
The wasm ecosystem is becoming more mature and feature rich. With this, I'd like to allow developers to run their code in wasm without needing to know how to set up their tooling or build the binary. Because of this, I think it would be interesting to extend cloud native buildpacks so you can build wasm-oci images in any of the platforms that support buildpacks.