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Name: Mark Fasheh
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I'm currently heavily involved in some printing software that VA Linux Systems is paying me to work on. Basically, we're trying to make printing under GNU Linux systems suck less :) Among these are:
libppd: a library to facilitate modifing PostScript jobs by inserting printer specific PS code fragments into the "right" spot inside a PS print job.
gPANDA: which is basically an notification/administration tool for our hacked up version of lpr

In another life, I study Computer Science at UCLA where I'm president of the best LUG in the world
Around UCLA I've written some software to allow students access to our library network, which, until my Library Authentication Client, was accessible to windows and macos users only. *sigh* oh, I've got some code (in the form of small patches) I've contributed to various projects floating around that net.


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