p4bl0 p4bl0@identi.ca

Marseille, France

comsci+infosec PhD student --- Beware, my tweets can be highly unprofessional.


  • Framasoft framasoft@identi.ca

    Chute-aux-Outardes, Canada

    Réseau de sites et de projets autour du LOGICIEL LIBRE, sa culture et son état d'esprit - Fondateur @framaka

  • talou talou@identi.ca

    Hameau du Pont, Saint Martin

    Not using identi.ca anymore… Found me on Mastodon or Diaspora.

  • Patrik Willard wildcard@identi.ca

    Vänsjö, Sweden

    fellow of FSFE, ArchLinux and Vim user, Python programmer

  • Hezy Amiel hezy@identi.ca

    Ruẖama, Israel

    A physics teacher and a science fan. User of free software, student of interesting things.

  • Immae immae@identi.ca

    Paris, France

  • Roberto Di Cosmo rdicosmo@identi.ca

    Paris, France

  • Electronic Frontier Foundation eff@identi.ca

    San Francisco, United States

    Defending your civil liberties in a digital world! Follow us to stay at the forefront of tech policy issues.

  • DO NOT USE a3nm@identi.ca


  • Tryphon tryphon@identi.ca

    Saint-Georges-la-Pouge, France

    Radio, Web et Logiciels Libres

  • Bernard Adrian bernadrian@identi.ca

    Bayonville-sur-Mad, France

    logiciels libres, politique

  • Mathieu Vanhede darkknow@identi.ca

    Meule Meersen, Belgium

    Etudiant en informatique, passionné de réseaux, de bidouillage, de programmation et de hardware. Linuxien avéré.

  • Pieter Colpaert pietercolpaert@identi.ca

    Ghent, Belgium

    I'm a student engineering and free culture enthusiast

  • Racketiciel - AFUL racketiciel@identi.ca

  • Frédéric Couchet fcouchet@identi.ca

  • april.org aprilorg@identi.ca

    Paris, France

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

  • Free Culture Foundation freeculture@identi.ca

    The mission of the Free Culture Foundation is to bring an end to the subjugation enabled by private ownership over media, ideas, and technology.

  • W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) w3c@identi.ca

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

  • Sean Tilley deadsuperhero@identi.ca

    San Francisco, CA

    A geek, apparently.

  • Pierre pyg@identi.ca

    Framaddict et Framaslave

  • malaerba malaerba@identi.ca

    Casablanca, Morocco