Members

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Tomas Bosak
Operating System:

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

Interests:

Computer programing - beginner, self-teaching

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Gareth Williams
Operating System:

Currently Ubuntu 16.04 as that was used for a recent project. I have plans to move to Arch Linux in the next two months.

Previously I have worked on projects with Fedora, Redhat,Red Hawk, Ubuntu and Debian.

Interests:

My key interest is learning about the Linux kernel in its different forms. I also intend to expand my knowledge of embedded Linux significantly.

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Peter Hemmings
Operating System:

Fedora

Interests:

Dabble with Linux
Walking, DIY and Gardening

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Steve Netting
Operating System:

AmigaOS

Interests:

Music, Amateur Radio

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Ivan Ivanov
Operating System:

Linux

Interests:

Linux, Networks, Motorbikes

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Steve Plenty
Operating System:

Linux Mint Mate OS

Ubuntu Mate OS

Interests:

Linux/Computers
Making Linux Video's on YouTube

Biography:

Hello I'm Steve Plenty, a Linux enthusiast of desktops & laptops, & OS, News and Reviews on my FaceBook page!

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Allen Coates
Operating System:

Mint, Ubuntu

Interests:

Beekeeping, Cats, Kite-flying, Walking, Short-wave radio, IPv6, Computer security, Killing spam

Biography:

Ex Ships Radio / Electronics Officer - to 1974

Built from kits - Nascom 2 computer, Maplin Modem, Teleprinter terminal unit, AX25 Node controller

Repaired and (briefly) operated a Creed 7 teleprinter - at 45 baud!.

Ran the Cider County BBS, until the Millennium Bug (and the Internet) killed it off.

Became interested in Linux in the late 90's and started to embrace (rather than resist) IPv6 about 2005.

Currently, I run DNS, Web, Wiki, and Stratum-1 time servers for my personal use, and operate a public-facing mail server.
All except the Wiki are IPv4/IPv6 dual protocol.

: Ex Ships Radio / Electronics Officer - to 1974 Built from kits - Nascom 2 computer, Maplin Modem, Teleprinter terminal unit, AX25 Node controller Repaired and (briefly) operated a Creed 7 teleprinter - at 45 baud!. Ran the Cider County BBS, until the Millennium Bug (and the Internet) killed it off. Became interested in Linux in the late 90's and started to embrace (rather than resist) IPv6 about 2005. Currently, I run DNS, Web, Wiki, and Stratum-1 time servers for my personal use, and operate a public-facing mail server. All except the Wiki are IPv4/IPv6 dual protocol.
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David Fear