I am a free
software activist and computing
scientist. I'm a GNU maintainer
and GNUzilla and
IceCat, and I wear a few other hats around GNU, like helping run
the Savannah forge for GNU and non-GNU projects as a Savannah hacker.
$dayjob is working on Jami as a Free Software
Consultant, which includes hacking on various parts of Jami and its
packaging for various GNU/Linux distributions.
On the side, I enjoy hacking on GNU Emacs and Emacs Lisp. I'm the current maintainer of ERC the powerful and modular IRC client built into GNU Emacs, an organizer of the EmacsConf conference, and co-host of the Emacs.el podcast with Gopar.
Here are notes about various topics or issues I care about. You can also read them via Atom or RSS.
|LibrePlanet 2021: Jami and how it empowers users||March 20, 2021|
|My internship with the FSF tech team and beyond (concluding)||December 18, 2020|
|Internship with the FSF tech team (intro)||May 29, 2020|
|How I do my Computing||September 14, 2019|