From Wikimania
Senior e-learning, MOOCs, languages professional. Junior JS developer.

About me

Hi there,
I'm a French citizen with multicultural indentity. My rural uprising in a forested area –shared by only 3% of European citizens– taught me to values education, wild life, and people.

My appetite for foreign cultures lead me into an exchange student year in Lukang, Taiwan, where I learnt Chinese language and culture, English, and multilingualism. My 20s were spent in France, Taiwan and India to acquire multiple diploma in History, Chinese studies, and Computer Science.

For the past 10 years I've been involved in higher education while active in language diversity revitalization via Wikimedia. I have expertise in open education, educational platform engineering, JavaScript, with a keen interest in expanding vocabulary resources. I'm currently Wikimedian en résidence.

My work

Since 2004, my journey as a devoted Wikimedian has seen me embracing diverse roles within the Wikimedia community. Drawing from my background in Chinese studies and e-learning, I've made substantial contributions, wearing hats as both an editor and a project coordinator.

My notable contribution includes overseeing the creation of 15,000+ images and maps, as well as shaping Wikipedia Cartographic guidelines through the creation and coordination of the Graphic Labs and Map workshops. My creation of the CJK Stroke Order Project and the Ancient Chinese Characters Project also led to the collective production of 15,000 more files. I've been pivotal to the creation and coordination of Wikimedia France's, a rapid audio recording system which celebrated its 1,000,000th recording in 2023.

My Wikipedia contributions span diverse topics, with a strong emphasis on Chinese culture, contemporary social issues, and human rights. I've played lead roles, including in the 2020 Covid Task Force, and held administrative positions on Wikipedia FR and Commons. I am an active participant in real-life Wikimedia events, such as Wikimania ('07,'13,'14,'17,'18,'19,'21,'22,'23) and Hackathons.

Contact me

email me


This user has been on Wikimedia Projects for 19 years and 5 or 6 months.
The time of this user now is: 2024-04-19 11:14 UTC+1
User language
fr-N Cet utilisateur a pour langue maternelle le français.
en-5 This user has professional knowledge of English.
zh-4 这位用户的中文达到接近母语水平
es-2 Esta persona tiene un conocimiento intermedio del español.
Users by language

Events & Grants report

Wikimedia France/Micro-financementGrants:Project
Year Place Type Funding Report
2007 Taipei Wikimania personal none img
2013 Hongkong Wikimania WMCH ?
2014 Amsterdam Hackathon ? Project description
2014 London Wikimania WMFR Sent (email).
2017 Zurich Hackathon ?
2017 Vienna Hackathon ?
2017 Montreal Wikimania WMF Grants:TPS/Yug/Wikimania#Feedback
2018 Barcelona Hackathon WMF Project Grants Action led with project leader. No personal report.
2018 Cap Town Wikimania WMF Project Grants Action led with project leader. No dedicated report.
2019 Pragues Hackathon WMFR Wikimedia_France/Micro-financement/Demande/WM_Hackathon_Prague_2019
2019 Stockholm Wikimania WMFR m:wikimania:2019:Languages/
2021 Online Wikimania n.a. n.a.
2022 Online Wikimania n.a. wikimania:2022:Submissions/LinguaLibre: pivoting to diversity & Hackathon Showcase
2023 Athen Hackathon WMF Yug/2023 hackathon
2023 Singapore Wikimania Toulouse University / WMF User:Yug/2023 Wikimania
2024 Poland Wikimania ? User:Yug/2024 Wikimania
Missing informations are somewhere in my archives and need further digging.

Major actions

Abbreviations: WP = Wikipedia -- LL = LinguaLibre -- CM = Commons -- CO = Coordination -- PC = Project Creation -- FR = Fund request.

Category:Graphics abilities

Commons:Stroke Order Project
*2020 Covid Task Force was a necessary, non stop, 65 days, 14h/day sprint on Covid related articles, Wikipedia English.