thaytan is currently certified at Master level.

Name: Jan Schmidt
Member since: 2001-07-31 13:47:27
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I am a 26 y/o Computer Engineer living and working in Sydney, Australia. I've used GNU/Linux since I got my first computer of my own in 1995 and put Slackware on it. My favourite distro now is Debian, although my father prefers Linux Mandrake because he finds it easier to install and configure.

I am an active participant in SLUG, the Sydney Linux Users' Group.

Some of my favourite projects at the moment are:

  • The GNOME Desktop project
  • GStreamer for Linux video playing and manipulation



thaytan certified others as follows:

  • thaytan certified hypatia as Apprentice
  • thaytan certified Liedra as Apprentice
  • thaytan certified XFire as Apprentice
  • thaytan certified thom as Apprentice
  • thaytan certified alan as Master
  • thaytan certified Telsa as Journeyer
  • thaytan certified jaq as Apprentice
  • thaytan certified jdub as Journeyer
  • thaytan certified thaytan as Journeyer
  • thaytan certified Cantanker as Apprentice
  • thaytan certified dopey as Journeyer
  • thaytan certified thomasvs as Master
  • thaytan certified Uraeus as Journeyer
  • thaytan certified robertc as Journeyer
  • thaytan certified ctd as Apprentice

Others have certified thaytan as follows:

  • hypatia certified thaytan as Journeyer
  • thaytan certified thaytan as Journeyer
  • Liedra certified thaytan as Apprentice
  • jaq certified thaytan as Apprentice
  • dopey certified thaytan as Apprentice
  • Uraeus certified thaytan as Journeyer
  • ctd certified thaytan as Apprentice
  • ensonic certified thaytan as Master
  • jdahlin certified thaytan as Journeyer
  • sqlguru certified thaytan as Journeyer
  • jnewbigin certified thaytan as Journeyer
  • okaratas certified thaytan as Master
  • keller certified thaytan as Master

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