Here is a list of Free Software (or related) projects I maintain or contribute to. I only list the projects for which I made a significant contribution, or the ones where I'm one of the author or developer.

There's also a lot of small contributions I did all over the years. Some of them are referenced on Ohloh.

Debian

I am a Debian developer since 2002, maintaining more than 50 packages. I've been an Application Manager, a Stable Release Manager and founded the Xen and the OpenStack packaging team.

OpenStack

Since 2011, I'm working on OpenStack and its various components. I contributed to almost every components of it, and set up the packaging for Debian too. I am also leading the development of Ceilometer, and seated at the Technical Committee.

Hy

I'm working with others on a Lisp implementation on top of Python, called Hy.

XLcloud

I work on XLcloud since 2012, particularly on the Ceilometer usage.

Common Lisp

I've started to use Common Lisp in 2012, and now co-maintain CL-IRC.

awesome

I had enough of non working window manager, so I started the awesome window manager project in 2007.

GNU Emacs

I use Emacs since 2010, and am a commiter. I wrote some packages like rainbow-mode, google-maps, etc.

XCB

I've contributed and co-maintained the X C bindings since 2008, mentoring for the GSoC in 2009. I'm also maintaining xpyb.

startup-notification

I've ported startup-notification to XCB for awesome, and thus I became a de facto maintainer.

Gnus

Using Emacs is nice, but reading e-mail with it is better. Therefore I became a Gnus developer in 2010.

Org-mode

I like to be organized using Emacs, so I'm an Org-mode developer since 2010.

PyMuninCli

This Python package allow you to fetch data from Munin node daemon.

rebuildd

If you want to rebuild the whole Debian archive, this is the tool I wrote to do it.

sysrqd

sysrqd is a very special and very optimized daemon that enables you to use magic SysRq keys over IP, via telnet.

telak

Once upon a time, before starting to write awesome, I wanted to have pictures from the Internet displayed on my root window and I wrote telak.

VARMon

VARMon is a text-based tool to monitor DAC 960/1100 based RAID controllers. I took over its maintenance in 2004.

libparportled

Ever wanted to light some LEDs using your parallel port? I wanted to so in 2003, so libparportled was born.

mod_defensible

An Apache HTTPD module made to blocks requests from spammers using DNSBL.


Former projects

This is a list of past projects that I don't belong to anymore.

el-get

I co-maintained el-get, an Emacs package installer, with my friend Dimitri.

CompatibleOne

I worked on CompatibleOne between 2011 and 2012 and particularly on EZVM and OCCI.

TuxFamily

I managed TuxFamily.org in 2006 as president, and also have been a system administrator between 2002 and 2006.

VHFFS

I was one of the author of the VHFFS platform between 2001 and 2006. It is the platform initiated and used by TuxFamily.