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Hi World, I'm Lucas Gonze

Lately I'm working on Merico Build, where I'm a technical PM thinking a lot about OSS in the time of social media.

My most recent open source contributions were to The COVID Tracking Project. The biggest thing I have been a maintainer for is XSPF.

The best way to reach me is email to lucas@gonze.com. Tweets are @lucas_gonze. My LinkedIn might be what you're looking for. For encrypted messaging, use lucasgonze on Keybase or lucasgonze@protonmail.ch.

In my private life I make music, and since a lot of it is in the public domain I post my transcriptions here on Github using open formats like Lilypond and Musescore.

My github stats

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  1. URL shortener - see http://lucasgonze.github.io/shurl.

    Shell 7

  2. Passwordless authentication using a side channel, such as email.

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  3. Display tab-separated data file with one field per line, for easier readability

    Python

  4. The COVID Tracking Project website

    JavaScript 478 194

  5. Low cost Raspberry Pi /Linux based access point with audio, education and communications local content server. Inspired by the ideas of sharing with others. Anyfesto - a platform from which to speak.

    PHP 62 11

  6. 1
    # Do This
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    1. Create dedicated domain on an Apache server that supports .htaccess
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    2. ssh to root directory there
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    3. Use [random.org](http://www.random.org/strings/?num=200&len=5&digits=on&upperalpha=on&loweralpha=on&unique=on&format=html&rnd=new) to create 200 random strings. (Five characters long, with digits, uppercase letters and lowercase letters).

88 contributions in the last year

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March 2021

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February 2021

Created 3 repositories
Started 1 discussion in 1 repository
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