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* e-mail: tim (dot) bird (at) am (dot) sony (dot) com.
 
* e-mail: tim (dot) bird (at) am (dot) sony (dot) com.
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== Bookmarks for things I'm working on in this wiki ==
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* [[Embedded linux status]] - list of things for embedded linux status reports (which I do frequently)
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* [[elinux issues]] - list of things that need fixing
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* [[Embedded Wiki wanted features]]
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== Areas of interest ==
 
== Areas of interest ==
 
Here are some things Tim is interested in on this site:
 
Here are some things Tim is interested in on this site:
* [[elinux issues]] - list of things that need fixing
 
* [[Embedded Wiki wanted features]]
 
 
* [[Other wikis]] - a list of other wikis to examine the design of
 
* [[Other wikis]] - a list of other wikis to examine the design of
 
* [http://www.linuxworld.com/news/2006/120606-closed-modules1.html?page=1 Good article on US case law related to closed-source kernel modules]
 
* [http://www.linuxworld.com/news/2006/120606-closed-modules1.html?page=1 Good article on US case law related to closed-source kernel modules]

Revision as of 16:01, 5 October 2007

Tim Bird is a Linux developer working for Sony Corporation. He is Chair of the Architecture Group of the CE Linux Forum. In the past, Tim has worked at Lineo, Caldera, and Novell.

Current contact information

You can contact Tim at the following address, which has been made spam-resistant:

  • e-mail: tim (dot) bird (at) am (dot) sony (dot) com.

Bookmarks for things I'm working on in this wiki

* Embedded linux status - list of things for embedded linux status reports (which I do frequently)
* elinux issues - list of things that need fixing
* Embedded Wiki wanted features


Areas of interest

Here are some things Tim is interested in on this site:

Things I want to add to the wiki

Tim's patch management tools

  • fix sidebar (remove "donations") when I get sysop privileges
  • review each portal page and try to hook up material I know is orphaned
    • is there a way to find orphans with MediaWiki??