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Name: Danny Sung
Member since: 1999-11-23 06:51:01
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Homepage: http://www.fire.csua.ucla.edu/~dannys/


My homepage is _really_ old. Don't bother looking there.

A little about me... I've started playing with Linux since 1993, with the SLS distribution (loved that 144x50 or whatever tiny font they had :). Anyways, I've been a user for a long time, and kind of a programmer as well.

While not really contributing to any major open source projects, I (like many othres) have done my best to promote Linux wherever possible, and volunteered my time to helping others learn it. I even helped start the Linux Users Group at UCLA (several times, actually)... the first time, facing some resistence from the "MS" student group (not officially, but mentally).

I've dabbled in programming here and there, anywhere from Motif applications to kernel drivers. Nothing major, but enough to have a fundamental understanding on how to approach a programming project.


dannys42 certified others as follows:

  • dannys42 certified uzi as Journeyer
  • dannys42 certified witten as Apprentice
  • dannys42 certified snotty as Apprentice
  • dannys42 certified dap24 as Apprentice
  • dannys42 certified Ant as Apprentice

Others have certified dannys42 as follows:

  • dap24 certified dannys42 as Apprentice
  • uzi certified dannys42 as Apprentice
  • snotty certified dannys42 as Journeyer
  • witten certified dannys42 as Apprentice
  • yosh certified dannys42 as Apprentice
  • MarkF certified dannys42 as Apprentice

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