What ?

Le Reset is a hackerspace : a space to hack and learn information technologies.

It hosts several spaces, workshops and conferences to share technological knowledge and expertise.

For who ?

Le Reset is an inclusive space : all participants and activities proposed must comply with the code of conduct [fr].
We want to be mindful of each and everyone's needs, and we are at your service to improve the inclusivity of the space.

Code of Conduct [FR] »

Où ?

La Mutinerie
176-178 rue Saint-Martin
75003 Paris

Every sunday,
from 11am to 5pm.

La Mutinerie [FR] »

How ?

Come and enjoy the regular spaces (workplaces, library, workshops, ...) every sunday from 11am to 5pm at La Mutinerie.


Every sunday, from november 12th to 26th
We are setting up work places for NaNoWriMo writers. ( We've got blankets \o/ )

Sunday, november 5th 2017
All day long from 11:00 to 20:00, Paris Games Queer: You're tired of playing white males to save princesses? So are we!
Planning :
  • 11:00-4:30, queer games self service.
  • 11:30-13:00, workshops to create and use DIY controlers*.
  • 14:00-16:30, interactive writing workshops with Twine*, with Lizzie Crowdagger.
  • 17:30-19:30, chiptune gig with Tuxic & DOTCNT.
*Registrations: send us an email

Sunday, november 12th 2017
All day long from 11:00 to 17:00, Cryptobar : Learn to encrypt your emails, computer, USB key, ...
With Needa & Ag3m. Difficulty
13:00-15:00, Learn everything about Wikidata.
With Harmonia. Difficulty
15:00-17:00, Women, everywhere, all the time: Discover and participate to Las Imprescindibles project on Wikidata.
With Harmonia. Difficulty

Sunday, november 19th 2017
13:00-17:00, Sound worshop: Modify, transform, assemble sounds to make a soundtrack.
With Mehdi & Menditso. Difficulty

Sunday, november 26th 2017
14:00-17:00, Queer Games Workshop : Play, discuss and create queer video games together.
With Marion & Zora. Difficulty
13:00-15:00, [Work in progress] Creating an email server - Learning how to host our emails, for & by the community.

Check out the reports of previous workshops [FR]  »