Students at Gallium

A short presentation of the various young people that regularly gather (or used to gather) at the conversation-rich and often surprising coffee breaks we have at Gallium: les dix gagas.


Technical Details: Static Blogging in OCaml with Stog

Gagallium uses the static blog generator Stog, recently released by Maxence Guesdon. The nice thing with using a static blog generator is that deployment is simplified a lot.


Hello World!

Hello Web,

This post introduces the fresh new “Gagallium” blog, that is meant to contain informal posts from young members (PhD students mostly) of the Gallium research team at INRIA Rocquencourt. It will probably speak about OCaml occasionally, and hopefully our research as well. The idea is both to let people know what we are doing, and to practice the educational exercise of writing down what we’re working on.

Please don’t expect clean and polished popular science essays. The idea is more to dump what’s on our mind once in a while, including the boring bugfix attempts, the rambling meditations, the spelling errors, and the reasoning mistakes. You have been warned.