Thu, 15 May 1997 15:31:09 +0200 (MET DST)
Name: Peter Van Eynde
Email address: Peter.VanEynde@uia.ua.ac.be
Experience: Mostly doing a few programs in Pascal, some in dbase (but I
want to forget about them). Ported CMUCL from FreeBSD to Linux
because I wanted to learn lisp. (worked pretty well) I knew quite
a lot about the Linux kernel in the 1.0.xx days, but haven't been
able to keep up. Just starting to learn CLOS.
Special areas of interest: Replacing FORTRAN with lisp as a viable
alternative in physics. Getting a portable, fully-featured lisp
environment in the hands of unsuspecting first-years. I would like
to work on CLIM, lisp-OS interfaces (kernel modules in Linux),
enhancing the loop and series packages for numerical code. I was
planning to start work on the debugger in CMUCL in the summer.
Areas prepared to work on: Anything.
Level of commitment: Seasonal. When I don't have exams or papers to turn
in I can spend almost all my time on CMUCL. But none during exams.
It's logic Jim, but not as we know it.
Look in keyservers for PGP key.
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