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Name: Mark Mills
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I'm a perl programmer who is somewhat versed in eldritch versions of Basic, recent ANSI C, 2 or 3 varieties of LISP and with some (oh no no no) Assembly coding floating in my too full head. I've helped (marginally) with mod_perl development and have recently tried to contribute code to the RRDtool community. Another project I've tinkered with helping was Mozilla, I'm floating about with few comments search for my login at my homepage =)

My current employer is more than cool with FreeSoftware as they see it as fair trade for the code they have gotten. I'm not allowed to give away the keys to the safe but I'm allowed to share with you how we made our safe better. =) As an aside, my employer is also one of my best friends and a FreeSoft junkie too, and me being one of the many founders of the company helps too.

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Well I decided to make myself Apprentice since I re-read the rules and feel like I'm staying here. =) Hopefully I'll even have something to add to some of these discussions soon.

After reading here and there on the boards, I decided to cert my self as Observer for a while. Seems the reasonable thing based on the definitions. I'm still light on contributions to even claim apprentice at this point.

 

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