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David Gibson is an employee of the IBM Linux Technology Center, working from Canberra, Australia. Most recently he has been working on board- and device-bringup for Linux on embedded PPC machines, as well as various bits of kernel infrastructure for cleanly supporting PowerPC 4xx and other system-on-chip CPUs.
He is also the author and maintainer of the orinoco driver for Prism II based 802.11b NICs. In the past he has worked on ramfs (as included in the -ac kernel tree), and "esky", a userspace implementation of checkpoint/resume.
UKUUG Presentations, etc.
|Linux 2003 Conference
|Linux on the eLAP|