COMMUNITY

The Poietic Generator is an open art & science research by Olivier Auber, developped with the help of Florence Meichel, as part of the research program of  the Evolution, Complexity and COgnition (ECCO) group and the Global Brain Institute of the Free University of Brussels.

The Poietic Generator is a crowdsourced and crowdfunded initiative. You may contribute and donate here.

The current version has been developped thanks to many donators (through KissKissBankBank crowdfunding platform), and a special donation by the french « Délégation aux Usages de l’Internet ».

Ruby serveur & HTML5/javascript client:

Glenn Rolland, Roland Laurès, Sebastian Schawohl

Iphone & Android apps:

Baptiste Benezet & dev. team

Former versions:

  • Laurent Oksenberg,  independant dev.,  Telematic version (1987)
  • Jean-Paul Couder,  independant dev.,  Miscl.
  • Mickael Puiravau,  independant dev.,  Miscl.
  • Antoine Legal,  Telecom Paritech student,  Java 1.1 version (1997).
  • David Remaud,  Telecom Paritech student,  Java-Multicast version
  • Louis-Cyrille Trebuchet,  Telecom Paritech student,  Java-Multicast version
  • Fabrice Hebert,  Telecom Paritech student,  Java-Multicast version
  • Yann Algayon,  Telecom Paritech student,  Java-Unicast version
  • Alain Jobart,  Telecom Paritech student,  Multicast/Unicast reflector
  • François Kruta,  Telecom Paritech student,  Java-Unicast version
  • Arnaud Mouronval,  Telecom Paritech student,  Multicast/Unicast reflector
  • Francois Stragier,  Telecom Paritech student,  Multicast/Unicast reflector
  • Xavier Rocoplan,  Telecom Paritech student,  Java-Unicast version
  • Gilles Vaque,  Telecom Paritech student,Java-Unicast version
  • Francois Tete,  Telecom Paritech student,  gp 1.0 MultiCast (1995)
  • Gilles Dauphin,  Telecom Paritech engineer,  gp 2.2 MultiCast
  • Philippe Dax,  Telecom Paritech engineer,  MultiCast expert
  • Bertrand Dupouy,  Telecom Paritech professor,  Java expert
  • Eric Lecolinet,  Telecom Paritech professor,  Interface expert
  • Mark Handley,  University College of London,  Miscl.
  • Bill Fenner,  Xerox Parc,  Miscl.
  • David Comay,  Sun Microsytems,  Miscl.
  • Bernard Rapacchi,  CNRS,  Miscl.
  • Marc de Courville,  Telecom Paritech professor,  Miscl.