I've done a number of things on the Internet. Here's a brief summary of some of the important stuff.
One of my favourite things to do is assist in keeping various communities safe through moderation roles. These are mostly Discord-centric. Some of the notable communities I help moderate include QuiltMC, Modrinth, and Fabulously Optimized.
Additionally, I am a file moderator for Modrinth. This involves a vigorous review process for new project submissions as well as handling inbound reports for projects, users, or files.
I like contributing to blogs, wikis, and documentation. Some of the specifics in this field involve my membership as a Contribution Team member of Empire Minecraft, a lovely Minecraft server on which I've played for over four years now. The Contribution Team helps keep the EMC Wiki up-to-date, relevant, and standardised. I've even spearheaded a couple initiatives on the EMC wiki, including namely the updating of all old textures from pre-1.14 to 1.16+.
Modrinth also has a blog, on which I've published a few posts. We also have a documentation site, which I've contributed a few things to.
I'm not awfully great at making code, but I sometimes contribute to Java projects, specifically surrounding Quilt Minecraft modding. Notable projects which I maintain may be found on my Modrinth page. My GitHub profile is mostly dedicated to MC modding and peripheral projects thereof, so feel free to check there for the latest updates.
Some of my most notable work code-wise is for Modrinth's Gradle plugin, Minotaur, and for Modrinth's frontend, knossos. A large portion of my job at Modrinth, though, is feedback providing and quality assurance.