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Name: Sebastian Bergmann
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I am a 24 year old computer science student from Germany and a regular contributor to the PHP Project. Besides that, I work as a freelancing journalist for various online and print publications. I am a member of the Advisory Board of the German PHP Association and develop the phpOpenTracker software.


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27 Feb 2001 (updated 8 Oct 2002 at 07:27 UTC) »

Yesterday I finally relaunched my web sites, and

The day before yesterday I attended the Open Source and Free Software Developers' Meeting (OSDEM) in Brussels, Belgium. It was great fun and I had some nice talks with people from the php-dev mailinglist.

Björn Schotte, baerli @ advogato, just told me about I liked the idea, subscribed, gave & got some karma. That's it for now :-)


sbergmann certified others as follows:

  • sbergmann certified baerli as Journeyer
  • sbergmann certified thies as Master
  • sbergmann certified ssb as Master
  • sbergmann certified rasmus as Master
  • sbergmann certified sascha as Master
  • sbergmann certified kris as Master
  • sbergmann certified zeev as Master
  • sbergmann certified andi as Master
  • sbergmann certified andrei as Master
  • sbergmann certified fumanchi as Journeyer
  • sbergmann certified Imzadi as Journeyer

Others have certified sbergmann as follows:

  • baerli certified sbergmann as Master
  • sascha certified sbergmann as Journeyer
  • andrei certified sbergmann as Journeyer
  • fumanchi certified sbergmann as Apprentice
  • turing certified sbergmann as Master
  • Cardinal certified sbergmann as Journeyer
  • Imzadi certified sbergmann as Journeyer
  • thies certified sbergmann as Journeyer
  • aint certified sbergmann as Journeyer
  • besfred certified sbergmann as Master

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