aclark is currently certified at Journeyer level.

Name: Ashley Clark
Member since: 2000-09-19 13:47:41
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Homepage: http://www.debian.org/~aclark

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A Debian Developer I Am. I've been working on Vietnamese support in Debian, what a pain in the ass. Seems like everything has to be patched/added just to add some diacretic characters. Oh well, it's fun to screw with the i18n code of X and other programs.

As well, I helped significantly with bottlerocket, maybe you've heard of it, the X10 home-control devices. Very fun, but one of those programs that quickly does everything we want it too and thus the itch is scratched. So development has been *slow* lately.

There's also the non-profit free things I do once in a while, like the Cemetery Archiving Project, a small genealogical resource meant to archive cemetery records, including pictures of tombstones and map location of cemeteries.

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aclark certified others as follows:

  • aclark certified torsten as Journeyer
  • aclark certified Arrowhead as Journeyer
  • aclark certified bod as Journeyer
  • aclark certified joey as Master

Others have certified aclark as follows:

  • ajk certified aclark as Journeyer
  • joey certified aclark as Journeyer
  • bma certified aclark as Journeyer
  • bod certified aclark as Journeyer
  • torsten certified aclark as Apprentice

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