cmuller is currently certified at Journeyer level.

Name: Christophe Muller
Member since: 2002-02-20 16:09:16
Last Login: 2015-03-30 08:23:22

FOAF RDF Share This



I have been developing and packaging components for a free (BSD-style license) smartcard access framework written in Java called OpenCard Framework (Home Page: as part of my job at Gemplus. I also worked a lot on support for this framework and its components: Web pages, FAQs, and an IETF-like process of evolution based on submissions of RFPs/RFCs (see the process description at and see my developer's site at
I believe that all base software and middleware ought to be free.

I'm interested in software engineering, tools, collaborative processes, and digital identity.

Recent blog entries by cmuller

Syndication: RSS 2.0

Been a long time.. I started to work on wikit again and hope to have a first version of enhancements (and then specs ;-) soon.

Also, I just read a great article from Paul "beating the average" Graham about languages in 100 years (I would never dare putting my name on an "in-ten-years-prediction", but 100 years, who cares.. :-). See also what Bob Techentin writes about it related to Tcl (never mentionned by Graham, contrary to Perl, Python, and Ruby; maybe it's too close to Lisp to be noticed.. :-( ...).

17 May 2002 (updated 8 Aug 2003 at 11:54 UTC) »

I have set-up a new page on the Tcl'ers Wiki to list the changes I have made to Wikit (the Tcl'ers Wiki engine) and my roadmap:

It's a "personal page" such as this one but as it's on a wiki, everybody, ...... I mean you can edit it! So go ahead! Express your ideas about wikit, Java, or Tcl! I'll answer the comments.

Update: it has been relocated to

I am currently extending wikit, the Tcl-based version of wiki (used by the Tcler's wiki) and will soon make the changes available.

I'm interested into the notion of people and networks, particulary in Lessig's idea of innovation related to the end-to-end argument and to lower cost of "proposing new schemes"; which involves new and interesting notions such as:

  • a person's identity (or anonymity),
  • communities, collaborations, e-vote, and also
  • resources or capabilities management.

In this respect, Advogato is a very interesting experience, both for its contributions and for its founding ideas, and the Debian decentralized PKI is very interesting as well.


cmuller certified others as follows:

Others have certified cmuller as follows:

  • cmuller certified cmuller as Apprentice
  • francisca certified cmuller as Journeyer
  • irbis certified cmuller as Journeyer
  • lerdsuwa certified cmuller as Apprentice

[ Certification disabled because you're not logged in. ]

New Advogato Features

New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.

Keep up with the latest Advogato features by reading the Advogato status blog.

If you're a C programmer with some spare time, take a look at the mod_virgule project page and help us with one of the tasks on the ToDo list!

Share this page