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Name: Liam Howlett
Member since: 2004-10-03 02:35:07
Last Login: 2008-02-02 04:45:02

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Added a framework to allow processes waiting on mutex locks to be killable to the 2.6 kernel.
Designed and implemented a build system to actively test code submissions and report errors to the submitter.
Developed a domain specific Linux distribution and custom installation for a next-gen telecommunication product.
Used UML to design and demonstrate a component of a large system.

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Today I got an email from Linus saying that he pulled my mutex lock patches into the main branch.

A big thanks goes to willy for his help and pushing this trough.. as well as his framework that my patches build on. There is still work to be done to totally fix such things as NFS mounts, but we'll get there.

So today I noticed that I am listed as a tester and reporter of gmi bugs for OpenAIS. This is somewhat funny because I only submitted one email about a potential bug that I found.

Funny stuff.



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