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Name: David Maslen
Member since: 2001-11-01 02:28:43
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Mostly a linux advocate, but I have quite a degree of respect for those NetBSD developers I have met. I plan to one day maintain a debian package, and in the mean time, create small scripts/code for trivial things that need doing in elisp and python. I've recently started using cygwin, so I've attempted porting some applications that didn't work out of the box.

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My first diary entry! I agonised a little over whether I should set up this advogato account. Compared to the programers I have met, I feel silly describing myself as a O/S developer. Still I can code, and when I do code something others could use, I make it available under an OS license.

I don't find a great deal of time for coding as it isn't a part of my job, and so it's a hobby to compete with other weekend activities like sailing. I like to work on things that make the equipment I have access too more useful. That means my palm pilot, my linux server at home - connected to my stero for playing an extensive mp3 collection, and cygwin at work, for the minimum disruption to our 'Standard Operating Environment'.


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