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 Open HUB.


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.


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.


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

Common Lisp

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


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.


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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.


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


I worked on XLcloud during 2012-2013, particularly on the Ceilometer usage.


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


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


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