François-René Rideau, “Why Developing on Blockchain is Hard—Part 2: Computing Proper Collateral”. Hackernoon, March 2019.
François-René Rideau, “Why Developing on Blockchain is Hard—Part 1: Posting Transactions”. Hackernoon, December 2018.
François-René Rideau, Binding Blockchains Together With Accountability Through Computability Logic, June 2018 (with video from LambdaConf 2018)
François-René Rideau, “Legicash FaCTS: Fast Cryptocurrency Transactions, Securely”, our original Whitepaper, released March 2018. It focused on a scaling solution that we may some day implement. Some of the underlying ideas included foundations for the techniques used in Glow.
François-René Rideau, Legicash: Binding Blockchains Together through Smart Law, January 2018 (draft, never completed, never released), a document that is difficult to read, with plenty of technical ideas that explore the power and the limits of the analogy between legal contracts and smart contracts.
François-René Rideau, “Climbing Up the Semantic Tower — at Runtime”, Off the Beaten Track Workshop at POPL 2018.
François-René Rideau, “From Software Creationism to Software Evolutionism”, Salon des Refusés, 2017.
Robert Goldman, Elias Pipping, and François-René Rideau, “Delivering Common Lisp Applications with ASDF 3.3”, European Lisp Symposium, 2017.
James Y. Knight, François-René Rideau, and Andrzej Walczak, “Building Common Lisp programs using Bazel”, European Lisp Symposium, 2016.
François-René Rideau, “Who Controls Your Computer? (And How to make sure it’s you)”, AltExpo 2015 at PorcFest XII.
François-René Rideau, “ASDF 3, or Why Lisp is Now an Acceptable Scripting Language”, European Lisp Symposium, 2014.
François-René Rideau, “LIL: CLOS reaches higher-order, sheds identity, and has a transformative experience”, International Lisp Conference, 2012.
Robert Goldman, and François-René Rideau, “Evolving ASDF: More Cooperation, Less Coordination”, International Lisp Conference, 2010.
François-René Rideau, “XCVB: an eXtensible Component Verifier and Builder for Common Lisp”, International Lisp Conference, 2009.
François-René Rideau, “Metaprogramming and Free Availability of Sources”, January 1999, originally presented in French at “Autour du Libre 1999”.
François-René Rideau, Prototype Object Programming in Gerbil Scheme, talk given on 2020-11-07 at LispNYC, video, notes.