Arthur Lutz

Nantes, France


  • Olivier Berger


    Read my FOAF if you dare

  • Christopher Allan Webber

    Madison, United States

    GNU MediaGoblin founder, former Creative Commons software engineer, python hacker, free software enthusiast, maker of weird drawings See: (Any pronouns are okay.)

  • joeyh

    deepest appalachia

  • Bdale Garbee

  • Lolix

    Saint-Georges-la-Pouge, France

    Site emploi dédié aux technologies libres

  • Logilab

    Paris, France

  • CitizenWeb Project

    The Internet

    Fighting for a free, secure, & decentralized Internet. Guides & software projects to help you kick your Google habit.

  • debiannew

  • Evan Prodromou

    Montreal, Canada

    Montreal hacker and entrepreneur. Founder of, lead developer of, CEO of E14N Inc.

  • Laurent Séguin

    Malakoff, France

    Président de l'AFUL

  • W3C (World Wide Web Consortium)

    The World Wide Web Consortium develops interoperable technologies (specs, guidelines, software, tools) to lead the Web to its full potential

  • Clochix - Micro-blog

    140c et des URL indirectes, deux excellentes raisons de ne pas utiliser cette ignominie.

  • Damien G.

    Saint-Georges-la-Pouge, France

    Programmer, scientist, free-addict, music-mad, writing | Work at @logilaborg | @jazzydag on Twitter

  • Rodolphe Quiédeville

    Saint-Georges-la-Pouge, France

    Free software hacker

  • Benjamin Mako Hill

    Seattle, Washington

    Rebel with rather too many causes.

  • Stefano Zacchiroli

    Paris, France

    Geek, Debian Project Leader 2010-2013, Free Software zealot, Computer Science professor. Italian from Bologna, emigrated to Paris, France

  • Debian Project

    Making the universal operating system, free as in freedom. ♥ The Debian account is now fed by the Debian micronews site. Help animating this account: →

  • Carl Chenet

    Paris, France

    Cloud Architect. Debian developer & Python addict. Wrote some articles about Free Software. Tea addict. Wine lover.


    Paris, France

    Depuis 1996, l'April est un acteur majeur de la promotion et de la défense du Logiciel Libre