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Sat Jun 5 01:08:32 BST 2010
On Sat, Jun 05, 2010 at 12:25:52AM +0000, Grant Hammond wrote:
> A quick introduction from me...
> I'm based in Reading and have been interested in OpenBSD since 3.4 and it
> was a magazine CD that put me onto it. Since then I have been using OpenBSD
> as a mail server in the wild (from 4.1) and as a desktop on amd64 hardware
> at home.
> For 18 months I was lucky enough to have an employer that allowed a free
> choice of OS to use on a laptop. I started with stable and ventured a bit
> running current. A great way to learn a system by using it every day :)
> At one point I even managed to build OOo!
> Nice to see people and companies using OpenBSD in the UK!
Since the rest of the ``hey'' posts seem to be in reply to this one, may
as well join in the fun.
Similar to Jacek, those of you who follow source-changes@ will recognise
my name, i'm a developer since November 2007. I hack on the *drm(4)
drivers, xenocara, uvm(9), bits of amd64 support, and a bunch of other
Non-openbsd wise I'm a PhD student at Imperial College London
(originally from Frimley, out surrey wards) working on communication in
Highly Distributed Power Systems (SmartGrids for those who prefer
Generally available for a pint in London (West prefereably).
The scum also rises.
-- Dr. Hunter S. Thompson
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