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This book is a work-in-progress. It gathers transcripts of interviews I have recorded / conducted, as well as notes of events and conferences.
Manifestos for the Internet Age
A collection of open source font specimen sheets, intended for print publication with Scribus
A WordPress theme for Catalogue-Lumiere.com
Lil Grotesk is a sans-serif typeface in two weight.
LS is a typeface with three weights and also two formal alternates, at first LS as been designed for Libertine Supersport party.
Caledo is a condensed typeface draw for headline
Nemoy is a display geometric typeface.
Panamera, a sans-serif typeface in three weights.
Futura Renner family is a digital version of Futura lead character belonging to the typography department of Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts de la Cambre, and probably the first draft of Futura as we know it.
YoungSerif is a medium serif typeface.
new WP for greyscalepress.com
A Map of European Free and Open Source Software Projects
Removes all "Social DRM" from booXtream ePub files
A couple of Autopkg recipes
Python scripts on top of Scribus
a complete catalogue of all films produced by the Lumière company between 1895 and 1905.
Materials for workshops
WordPress theme for Greyscale Press
Glenn Greenwald's keynote at 30C3 (the 30th edition of the Chaos Communications Congress).
Files for a book containing selected public talks by Jacob Appelbaum (@ioerror)
Collected transcripts of talks by Jacob Appelbaum
A proportional variation of Inconsolata
Source files of the mirror edition of Musil's "Man Without Qualities", published by Dock18 and Greyscale Press.
a reversed (mirrored) version of the Cardo typeface
A visual map of libre and open source typefaces.
A reader for the Libre Graphics Meeting 2013, produced in 24 hours on March 17-18 2013.
Wordpress Plugin for Calibre
A repository for the article Lord of the Files: How GitHub Tamed Free Software (And More), published on Wired.com