I currently work on the Perkeep project because:
- data ownership is an important and interesting subject
- i get to work with brilliant peeps
- it touches a large spectrum of problems/technologies
- it is written in Go!
- Talk about Perkeep at LinuxFest Northwest 2018: [youtube] [slides]
- Talk about Camlistore at LinuxFest Northwest 2016: [youtube] [slides]
- Talk about Go and Camlistore at the local java user group in march 2015: [http://www.alpesjug.fr/?p=2757] [slides]
- Lightning talk in the Go devroom at FOSDEM 2015: [youtube] [slides]
- Camlistore talk with Brad Fitzpatrick at FOSDEM 2014: [youtube] [WebM] [slides]
I designed (with the help of some iram colleagues) a sort of interactive model of the Plateau de Bure interferometer. Here is the code to make it work, and here are some pictures of it at the Fête de la science 2010 event in Grenoble.
I am interested and involved in various open-source projects like sourcemage GNU/Linux (used to be packages maintainer), Plan 9 from Bell Labs (a few contributions as well to the unix port: plan9port ), and the Go language.Here are the various projects I am (intermittently) working on:
When not programming, I read anything that catches my attention, I have fun at Jeet kune Do, I hike in the surrounding mountains, or I go out for a run/bike ride.
I like to think I'm trying to do the right thing most of the time, which is why I'm vegetarian, among other things.
I gave up on fighting spam, so pretty much anything sent to this domain goes to /dev/null. If you're a friend or you're smart enough, you know how to contact me directly.