khemicals is currently certified at Journeyer level.

Name: David Burley
Member since: 2000-04-06 20:09:34
Last Login: 2009-03-18 13:11:05

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I have helped many free software projects. I was a developer with the Stampede Linux Foundation. I am a member of the Marble Horse Free Software Group and work on a variety of projects of which most have to do with documentation and project review. I do a lot of quality assurance and product testing. I am also author of the Kodak Digital Camera HOWTO which is part of the Linux Documentation Project.


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khemicals certified others as follows:

  • khemicals certified roguemtl as Journeyer
  • khemicals certified snippy as Apprentice
  • khemicals certified dexter as Apprentice
  • khemicals certified octobrx as Master
  • khemicals certified garrett as Journeyer
  • khemicals certified mechanix as Journeyer
  • khemicals certified fejj as Journeyer
  • khemicals certified DraX as Apprentice
  • khemicals certified khemicals as Journeyer
  • khemicals certified miguel as Master
  • khemicals certified alan as Master

Others have certified khemicals as follows:

  • khk certified khemicals as Apprentice
  • roguemtl certified khemicals as Journeyer
  • dexter certified khemicals as Apprentice
  • riel certified khemicals as Apprentice
  • mechanix certified khemicals as Apprentice
  • fejj certified khemicals as Apprentice
  • Arrow certified khemicals as Journeyer
  • khemicals certified khemicals as Journeyer
  • gabe certified khemicals as Apprentice

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