All Users Who Use Gnome As Their Window Manager
I am an Australian citizen working in Utah since October 2005. I graduated from University back in 1999 and quite accidentally fell into a career in Embedded Software Development, starting with an Australian Multiport Serial Card / Terminal Server manufacturer called Stallion Technologies. I've since worked for a number of appliance manufacturers including ePipe Inc, SnapGear / CyberGuard and my current employer Opengear LLC.
Opengear builds aggressively priced hardware based Remote Management appliances with a focus on security. Think Console Servers with value adds for remotely managing the rest of the equipment in the Data Center. Opengear is committed to releasing source and hardware specifications back to the community.
Ryan Simpkins began using GNU/Linux in critical production environments in 1998. He is currently a Principal Linux System Administrator and Team Lead working with 15,000+ production Linux servers, 6+ petabytes of storage, and a growing multi-site global datacenter infrastructure. Currently the system he administers receives more than 11 billion front-end transactions daily. Ryan also administers one of the ten largest MySQL installations in the world handling over 440 billion queries daily.
Taking an active role in his community, Ryan serves as president of the Provo Linux Users Group (serving over 400 members). He is also the System Administrator for the Foundation for Children and Youth with Diabetes, a cause he believes deeply in. Additionally, Ryan works as an open source business consultant donating his time to various start ups and small companies worldwide, ensuring the success of the Open Source ecosystem. Ryan also maintains several small GPLd projects, the Utah Radio & Scanner Group, six kids, a wife, and a home.
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Graduate Student in Computer Science at the University of Utah.
John Anderson ( sontek ) is a Python developer who blogs at http://sontek.net
Works for HP in the Bay Area. Former BYU-UUG officer. Enjoys hacking in Perl and Python. Maintains and develops the open source project Oggify