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Thanks for asking!

This is the home page of gilandre.net, which is hosted on Panix. I have been a client of Panix for many years now, and they are highly recommended as a professional, helpful, and just plain nice company!

At this time, I am afraid there is very little information on this site, but I'll try to update it regularly with news, documents, and as much information as I can.

I currently work as a Linux and open-source Architect for Publicis Groupe, in Paris.

Here is the latest version of my CV (PDF - French only).
I also happen to have a LinkedIn profile, if you are into that kind of thing.

You can also go from this site to many others on the world wide web, by using my large collection of links. Please be aware that some of these links may be considered as... ahem... offensive by some people, and use discretion. Also, many of these links are probably obsolete, unfortunately.

I have put on-line a UNIX wiki (English only!) to collect all the information I have on UNIX operatings systems. Please note that this will be extremely boring, except (of course!) for UNIX System Administrators.

Shhhhh... Is anybody listening? Ever since Edward Snowden came out with revelations after revelations, we know the NSA (and many other intelligence agencies) actually listen to pretty much everything we say or do on the Internet. If you'd like to communicate securely with me, download my GPG public key and use it!

Also, if you are looking for a nice, soothing image to download, please check this one. This is a picture that I took during my honeymoon on Fregate Island, in the Seychelles.

Finally, if you'd like more information on how to use the MiB USB disk-on-key under Slackware Linux, click on this link. I have also collected, in different text files, hints and tips for several free UN*X operating systems.

That's all for now. Thanks for your interest and do come back soon!

-- Gil

Last updated on: 2014-05-28.

This page can probably be read under any browser. But you have better things to do than to read the fine print at the very bottom, right?..