Name: Jorge Gomez
Member since: 2003-01-08 14:33:55
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Hello! This is my first entry on the diary. I'm currently working on some social-technical projects called hacklabs which are kinds of free software communities, but trying to apply the knowledge to social aspects.

Because of my location I'm working on Wau Holland Hacklab and KASLab, both of them in Madrid.

I'm also trying to make an encrypted list with gnupg. By now it's written in perl and it works in stand alone mode, but I plan to make a mailman module or a plugin. I've been working for two years on a Spanish Linux Distribution based on Debian and called ESware GNU/Linux and now I'm administrating Informix Databases under AIX and Linux as well as programming and (a little of) network management. You can see more about me on my personal web page (Spanish only by now) here and my Curriculum Vitae here

AS you can see, my English skill is a **** so please apologize for it ;)


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