We are a group of technology enthusiasts who identify with hacker ethics and culture. Our community meets every Friday evening at Hackstub to share questions, practices, ideas and aesthetics, and to contribute locally to the construction of new free and common cyberspaces. Hackstub intends to give, to any person or collective in demand, the means to learn about free digital tools and networks while developing a political and ethical awareness. The hackerspace, as a place of open experimentation, offers the possibility to work on projects, to exchange and to think about a computing emancipated from privative software and hardware, and from commercial or social surveillance technologies.

We love to discover new people, new ideas or new projects, so don't hesitate to come and chat in a friendly atmosphere!
Access to the hackerspace and participation in the proposed activities are subject to the respect of a charter, addressed to both users and members of the association. Please read it before coming!