It's too soon to write my biography. I let this task for future generations, if they care to continue the work we are doing here.
I have been able to identify the whole of my ancestors for the first seven generations. This was made not too hard thanks to excellent online "Archives Départementales" of both Côtes-d'Armor (on my father's side) and Finistère (on my mother's one), all my ancestors over those generations being born, married and dead in those departments, in a limited number of communities.
Moreover, many serious genealogists from Bretagne had already published some parts of my family tree, which saved me a lot of time. I want to credit particularly Yves Hamet who is hosting a lot of my ancestors in his excellent Geneanet tree.
My research is currently focused around the small village of Paule, where my paternal grandparents and many of their ancestors came from (see Category: Paule, Côtes-d'Armor), and a local noble family, Jégou seigneurs de Kervelio, Kerscoëdec, Kerloguennic et autres lieux, whom I recently discovered they were not only the landlords of the farms where many of my ancestors have been living and working hard, but also among my own ancestors, which came as quite a surprise.
For the fun of it, I've worked at connecting to the global WikiTree family some notable profiles, with which I had no particular or very indirect family links, such as Albert Camus, Joseph Fourier or Victor Puiseux.
I also like to help newcomers to connect their branches to the Single Tree. I can be helpful if some of your ancestors and relatives were native for France.