A page with information you might want to skim over.
Vero.moe is the personal website of Véronique Bellamy, a professional web developer and hobbyist politician. For her musings on the comings and goings in the industry, visit her professional website véroniquebellamy.fr.
It’s pronounced moh-ay, not moe.
To steal a blurb from nic.moe, the website for the .moe gTLD:
The word “moe” (in Japanese: “萌え”; pronounced as “moh-ay”) is a slang word rooted deep in the Japanese Otaku culture. It has often been used to mean a particular type of “adorable” or “cute” towards fictional characters, people, animals, etc.
“Moe” is a very versatile word used to express a deep feeling or passion for something you love. Moe can be used as a noun, a verb, and even an adjective. What’s your moe?
So, why .moe?
Because a lot of everything else that I would write about is classed as a part of Japanese Otaku culture.
What other sites are on vero.moe?
Well, most of my other sites are hosted in a variety of different places but I’m in the process of migrating most of them to my WordPress multisite installation on vero.moe. As I start to migrate more and more of these sites from their other locations to vero.moe, I’ll create a sitemap to help you navigate them.
Currently, danboard.fr and ffs.vero.moe are securely on the multisite. Currently, I am working to get véroniquebellamy.fr set up but there seems to be an issue with the IDN and Let’s Encrypt (or SiteGround’s implementation of Let’s Encrypt).
About Véronique Bellamy
Véronique Bellamy does not often talk about herself in the third person, but when she is writing an about page, she feels the need to do so.