Generally known as Fnux on the web, I am a student in computer science at EPFL. Apart from my studies, I am an ‘active’ member of the GNU Generation (promoting free software) and Unipoly (promoting sustainability) student associations. I also spend a non-negligeable amount of time reading and have interest in norse mythology and japanese culture. I wish I would go hiking more often - Switzerland is a beautiful country - so feel free to ask me to if you’re in the neighborhood.
You can contact me by email at timothee.floure@$thisdomain or ping fnux on
Freenode. The fingerprint of my PGP public key is
FDCD C462 E3D2 7AFE
4033 9356 EFFB D1D8 331E D8E6, you can get the full key on
- I contribute (mostly packaging) to the Fedora linux distribution: more details on Fedora’s wiki.
- Pisk: a simple curses UI using udisks2 to allow an unprivileged user to manage (mount, unmount, format, …) partitions.
- I played with Telegram’s MTProto for a while and even implemented a somewhat working native client implementation in elixir and elixir bindings to Telegram’s TDLib. I originally planned to write bridges between Telegram and Matrix/IRC and built hanabi along the way, but I probably won’t pursue it anymore since similar and more advanced projects are now available.