Improving the world line by line, using code.

{du}punkto is a small hacker* collective ran by two teenagers (Axcelott and MSB) from the Netherlands. We aspire to make a positive impact on the world by writing great software.

This server, named du11, hosts some of our projects, repos and services needed to develop and maintain them. We built it with the goal of learning new things about *NIX systems, collaborating on code, experimenting, and, above all, having fun.

Hacking is a widely misunderstood word. Originally it meant "To program (a computer) for pleasure or compulsively". Only later it got a second meaning: "especially, to try to defeat the security systems and gain unauthorized access to a computer."

Current projects

Oblikvo, a browser-based 3D first-person shooter with old school graphics and multiplayer support.

Untitled, a yet-to-be-named project that explores ways to blend websites, social media and collaboration on the Web, by implementing an easy-to-use website engine powered by various open standards.

Why the name?

{du}punkto is derived from the Esperanto word dupunkto, which means colon. We aim to be the beginning of something, instead of the end (a semicolon indicates the end of a statement in a lot of programming languages).


We love a good conversation; don't hesitate to shoot us an email.

{du}punkto is primarily maintainted by Axcelott. Find him and his contact details on his personal site.