I’m a regular contributor to the amnesic incognito live system Tails. Tails can be started on almost any computer. It aims at preserving your privacy and anonymity, and helps you to use the Internet anonymously and circumvent censorship, leave no trace on the computer you are using.
The Free Software ecosystem has implemented freedom & collaboration and values collective knowledge and skill sharing.
I contribute to Debian GNU/Linux as package maintainer. Since January 2017 I’m officially a Debian Developer and am currently active mostly in the Privacy Tools team.
In the past, I wrote and published plugins for WordPress, as this is one of the tools I frequently use.
Slides from workshop “Privatsphäre im Internet selbstverantworten” [german].
Mailingator is a web interface based mailinglist manager for OVH.
Mailbox is Dovecot/Postfix webinterface which makes it easy to handle email accounts on one’s own email server.
This workshop was held in 2010 and aimed at teaching women to understand and write HTML/CSS as a first step to more programming experience. [french]
This is a reader [french] which was part of a workshop series for women we held in 2010. During this workshop the attendants, in small groups, took apart computers, while we explained what each piece does and then they should be able to reassemble the machines themselves.
Slides from talk at Bandits Mages at Ecole des Beaux Arts de Bourges. How does the Internet work and how could a decentralized web look like? How do you become independent from Google? [french]
Here is an interview I made with hardware hacker Fabienne Serrière in 2005 about women and technology, and more specifically about hardware hacking. [french]
Flyer & Poster for the Off events of the Free & Libre Software Meeting, Dijon/France, 2005.
I made this video together with Aline Girard at the 3rd Cyberfeminist International in Hamburg, Germany, in 2001. Part of it was published in the online arts magazine Synesthesie.