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 aversion to 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 no longer having one.
I'm a scientific rationalist and an Atheist.
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.
The day before GHM 2014 started, in Munich, I translated "The HACIENDA Program", by Julian Kirsch, Christian Grothoff, Monika Ermert, Jacob Appelbaum, Laura Poitras, Henrik Moltke. The publication was officially presented at the beginning of the event on August 15 2014. You can find my version here (PDF, 5MB). If you don't know what this is all about, you really should. You can find the original English version here, along with other translated versions.
My random musings on technical and non-technical issues.
You can find my PhD thesis and my academic papers here.
I often give talks, on technical and political matters. You can find most of my presentation slides here.
I have archived all the course web pages I prepared when teaching at LIPN here, in the hope that they will be useful to others.