willey is currently certified at Journeyer level.

Name: Mark Willey
Member since: 2000-05-31 03:30:07
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Homepage: http://www.etla.net/~willey/


I spend a lot of time (now: full time) hacking Free Software and Open Source code. My particular areas of interest are security (crypto, network security, software security) and human-computer interface (LibStroke, alternative interfaces such as morse code, alternative key-entry, and voice). I write whatever's useful to me at the time and post it on my web page... everything from web search engines to webcam hacks, source-to-source translators and doodads.


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You know you've reached a particular mental state while hacking when you're emailing (in nMH/vi), you want to include the text from the previous email you sent, and you type:

!!(cd ~/Mail/outgoing; cat `ls | sort -n | tail -1`)

from vi without really thinking about it... and it works. ;-)

mikef told me about the site. Sounds good; now I'm here. Under the urgings of Dan Nicolaescu, I'm furthering my efforts in GNOME-ifying my LibStroke project. That's going to be my weekend project...

willey certified others as follows:

  • willey certified mfleming as Apprentice
  • willey certified sergent as Apprentice
  • willey certified garrison as Apprentice
  • willey certified jsheets as Journeyer
  • willey certified jwcheung as Apprentice

Others have certified willey as follows:

  • mfleming certified willey as Apprentice
  • tmattox certified willey as Apprentice
  • garrison certified willey as Apprentice
  • jwcheung certified willey as Journeyer

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