I'm a computer scientist, free software hacker and GNU maintainer, living somewhere in the outskirts of Paris, France. Born in another country, I have developed a strong antipathy toward the very idea of a nation and every flag.
Thirty-something, I don't eat meat, I've quit smoking, I got rid of my car and I'm very happy not having one any longer.
I'm a scientific rationalist and an Atheist.
I'm currently working at INRIA Saclay.
More information about who I am and what I do.
This page explains how you can write me or meet me.
You can verify that my GPG-signed messages actually come from me, and get my SSH public keys in case you want to let me access your machines.
My random musings on technical and non-technical issues. Not necessarily politically-correct.
You can find my academic papers and my PhD thesis here.
I often give talks, on technical and political matters. You can find most of my presentation slides here.
I have archived here all the course web pages I prepared when teaching at LIPN, Université Paris 13, in the hope that they will be useful to others.