Name: Jeremey Barrett
Member since: 2000-12-09 15:03:16
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I work for Nokia hacking on BSD kernels and writing crypto. Been writing C since 1989 and using Unix since early 1990. I started running Linux at home in early '93... these days I use FreeBSD primarily but still run some Linux boxes too.
I've worked on some interesting projects over the years, mostly crypto related (onion routing, ecash, etc.).
I work on free software here and there when I have time. I've contributed patches to a fair number of projects such as mutt, licq, and cfs. I also work a bit on Worldforge, doing some BSD and Unix porting and networking stuff.
Long live Emacs!
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