Verummeum is the creative website of Philip Vissenaekens. With Verummeum I want to provide interesting blog articles about software development, open-source projects and gaming. Most of these articles will have a focus on the Linux operating system. I hope you will enjoy the guides, reviews and opinion pieces about the latest developments in the software world.

I also have an interest in digital art, photography and image editing, so I will also use Verummeum to share my visual creative work with you as well.

Verummeum wants to encourage discussions amongst its visitors, so for this purpose a comment section is available under each post.

Because Verummeum believes in open source, the complete source code and all posts of Verummeum are available on Github, free to be used under the CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license.

About me

I am Philip Vissenaekens, a software developer with an interest in open source, Linux and digital art. I started Verummeum in 2018, after I decided to move over completely to Linux. I had been running both Windows and Linux in a dual boot setup for a very long time, and had tested a number of different Linux distributions during that time. Because it took me a long time to make the transition to Linux, I decided to create Verummeum to help others with their transition of using proprietary software to open-source alternatives.

Later on, I extended Verummeum to also be able to showcase some of my digital artwork.

More information

If you would like to find out more about me and my work, you can visit my Linkedin and Github profiles.