About

Sylvain_Hellegouarch_AvatarMy name is Sylvain Hellegouarch and I’m a 35 year-old French guy currently living in Rennes, France. This blog is my personal notes on various topics though mostly related to technology like social networking protocols.

I hang out mainly on IRC channels on OFTC where¬†you can find me under the nickname of Lawouach. I’ve written a book on CherryPy but don’t let that fool you, it’s not a cookbook about delicious pies. Aside from that I’ve been playing the guitar for too long to remember and I don’t tire of it. I write open source software and I’m involved in the opening up our public data.

If you like what I contribute to, by all means send me a postcard, buy me a book or some beers and I’ll be more than happy.

Thanks for stopping by and enjoy your stay.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. beebuu

    Dear Sylvain Hellegouarch:
    Thanks for your ws4py.I’m a newbie pythoner, i’m try to using ws4py to make my own application these days,i got a problem: i only know cherrypy.engine.publish(‘websocket-broadcast’, TextMessage()) can send a message to all connected clients, could you get me a sample about how to send a message to one connected client? Tons of thanks.God bless you!

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  2. Jose

    Hi Sylvain,

    I’ve seen you’ve been working in some python projects, and the one I’m interested in is cherrypy. At the moment I’m trying to create a little web application using cherrypy and ssl. I’ve been reading documentation on Internet, following your examples in bitbucket.org, but with no luck because I can’t make it work. I’ve been reading that there is a problem with using python 64 bits as it can be very painful to set up openSSL and pyOpenSSL.

    Thanks and congratulations for your website.

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