Incidentally, I was motivated by this very blog post to study Grothendieck’s generic freeness lemma with topos-theoretic tools. The result is a new proof of the general case, not requiring any advanced prerequisites in commutative algebra (and also not mentioning toposes), now available on the arXiv: https://arxiv.org/abs/1807.01231

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Most of the content in the year or two after was from Akhil (with maybe a fraction coming from the rest of us combined). He has since then moved to https://amathew.wordpress.com/, and I think nobody has posted for 4 years before this post.

So it’s not really my blog…I can’t even edit my biography on the about page because my account doesn’t have the privileges to do that. I’m hoping that other people who were a part of this might consider posting cooler stuff.

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