As much as Jean-Michel loves exchanges (of knowledge, know-how, and even dessert), he prefers to remain cautious about what he discloses, and to whom he discloses it. This translates, among other things, into a strong reluctance to express oneself on social networks. But also, at work, the provision of tools that are so encrypted for his teams that any spy agency would envy him.
Professional advice: It’s simple, paying attention to the security of the data you back up at Widactic is not an option for Jean-Michel, it’s a moral commitment. For this reason, exchanges at Widactic take place in a closed circuit and the information stored is encrypted.
Ex-volunteer for the Ubuntu Party, an annual event to discover open source software
By attending one of these free meetings regularly organized all over France, you could have met Jean-Michel who, as a volunteer, was there to advise you which free software to choose, and help you install it.
The pro tip: As we often say in the geek and collaborative world of free software, “If you don’t know how to ask, if you know how to share”. For the success of a training or meeting, interaction and exchange should be encouraged. Jean-Michel is aware of this to the point of having developed an application based on these principles. And yes you’ve figured it out, it is about Widactic !