License and resources

This website is my creation. Its source is open to public scrutiny (more below). All original text and code relevant to it partake of the following provisions.

Any exceptions are made explicit in context.

Original content

Text and documentation

All original text or complementary material on is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International.

This applies to every article in the politics blog, the coding blog, the blog archive, the greek language articles, as well as all of the items in the books section.

Underlying code base

All original code presented herein is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License Version 3.


All files referenced in this section are from this website’s git repository.

Front end

The entire underlying code base—HTML, CSS, JavaScript—is written by me. The implemented theme is internally referred to as cypher.

The web fonts are Alegreya Sans and Iosevka. Both are distributed under the terms of the SIL Open Font License (OFL), version 1.1. Alegreya is available in regular and bold weights, with corresponding italics. Iosevka uses the regular weight without italics. Both fonts provide coverage for latin and greek glyphs, serving the needs of this website.

Back end

Built with Jekyll. For the relevant dependencies, see Gemfile.

Hosted on GitHub Pages.

Nodejs dependencies

Check the package.json, .stylelintrc and gulpfile.js files.

Security protocol

The SSL certificates provided by Let’s Encrypt.

Domain name settings

Everything pertaining to the domain name is handled by Gandi. This includes any email address with the ** namespace.