Complete Timeline - archive


Using debsources API to determine the license of foo.bar 2016-02-09

Following up on the hack of Matthieu - A one-liner to catch'em all! - and the recent features of Debsources I got the idea to modify a bit the one liner in order to retrieve the license of foo.bar. The script will calculate the SHA256 hash of the ... Read more


Debian - your patches and machine readable copyright files are available on Debsources 2016-02-08

TL;DR All Debian license and patches are belong to us. Discover them here and here. In case you hadn't already stumbled upon sources.debian.net in the past, Debsources is a simple web application that allows to publish an unpacked Debian source ... Read more


GSoC Debsources midterm news 2015-07-22

Midterm evaluations have already passed and I guess we have also reached a milestone since last week I finished working on the copyright tracker and started the patch tracker. Here's the list of my reports on soc-coordination for those interested ... Read more


GSoC Debsources updates 2015-06-23

The first 4 weeks have been really great. I had the chance to work on the new webapp, the copyright tracker. Here are my first 4 reports for the weeks: week #1 week #2 week #3 week #4 Summary During these weeks i completed the navigation (by prefix, ... Read more


GSoC Debsources report: #1 2015-05-31

Heya, this is my first report on my work on Debsources during the coding period of Google Summer of Code 2015. I am not going to go into details on what I've done each week as this is purpose of the report in the mailing list. However I intend to ... Read more


Debian accepted me for Google Summer of Code 2015 2015-04-28

Yay! I found out that I got accepted by Debian to work on the Debsources project for Google Summer of Code 2015. This announcement pretty much ends up two exciting months for me. My research project was completed and i received some great feedback ... Read more


Thoughts on my research project 2015-03-05

My research project (moar details), is now over. I have presented my research and the implementations to the jury and you can check my slides or / and my report (in French) here. I had to the chance to work for more than two months with Fabien ... Read more


Mixing Tornado Flask and Websockets 2015-02-20

Part of my research project (moar details), was to create an application that would measure and illustrate the process of voting on the internet using elliptic curves. A major part of that was to create the mixnets and having a server (backend) ... Read more


Research Project - Cryptographic methods for electronic voting 2015-01-19

For the next two months I'll be working on a research project. The title is "Cryptographic methods for electronic voting" and my aim is to study several techniques used in the domaine of the electronic voting such as homomorphic encryption, mixnets, ... Read more


Tor middle relay - Raspberry pi 2015-01-11

Recently I took some time to configure my raspberry pi as a middle relay. Exit relays can be dangerous depending where you live so I decided to help a bit tor with a middle relay. This was easy to do and fun, and its nice doing something fun and ... Read more


Codingame - A game for programmers 2014-11-14

I have recently found out about a greate game called "codingame"! It is actually a game for programmers where there are many puzzles and contests in many different languages (20). CodinGame Contests are online programming competitions, where ... Read more


Install Debian Jessie on MacBookPro 2014-11-11

This tutorial covers the process of installing Debian Jessie on a MacBookPro. I've chosen to document this process as I found it hard to overcome some problems I had during my several tries installing Debian on a Mac, mostly problems with grub and ... Read more


Completed Projects | Jobs | Internships 2014-10-30

During the last 2 years I had the opportunity to work with different people not only as a freelance web developer but as an intern as well. This post's motive is to present you the different projects i participated prior to the creation of this ... Read more


Tor hidden services - dynamic IP 2014-10-29

This post mainly covers reasons behind my motivation on having a Tor hidden service on my Raspberry Pi as well as a small tutorial configuring this. I am using my rpi as a development server testing different open source projects, as an irssi ... Read more


Sublime Text - Plugins - Themes - Configurations 2014-10-23

I am using Sublime Text on a daily basis for almost anything. From keeping notes to programming to writing reports. I find that it offers great capabilities with its great interface and the numerous plugins available. If only it was under a CC ... Read more


Python Conference Lyon 1 2014-10-21

Hello everyone, On the 25 until the 28 of October a Python conference will take place at the University Lyon 1. It is organised by the AFPy, Association Francophone Python, and it is free and open access. You can already find out the list of ... Read more


Complete Redesign 2014-10-20

Hello readers and welcome to my new complete redesigned website. This is a step forward in my web capabilities as I used the awesome micro-framework Flask ( yes no more PHP! Viva Python ) and another framework I really appreciate and find useful, ... Read more


Toumazis Jacob website 2014-10-18

My latest job as a freelance Web developper was to create a website for a PhD student at the University at Buffalo in United States. His research interests include transportation systems, robust optimization and applications of Operations Research ... Read more


University 2014-10-16

Unfortunately i have many projects during this time of the year for the university. The main subjects are Object Oriented programmation in java, web programmation using servlets and jsp (sigh), a pascal compilator programmed using flex-bison-c++ and ... Read more