January 28, 2010
Currently in: Changable
Next destination: Unknown
April 16, 2009
Recovering from: Fencing World Championships
Next destination: Israel
Developing: More parallel compilers
September 3, 2008
Recovering from: Discworld Convention
Next destination: Florida
June 3, 2008
Returning from: Israel
If you don't want $PERSON to know it, don't put it on the internet. With that in mind, I offer a brief profile.
I have a number of technical projects.
I co-developed (August, 2004) libspf2, an implementation of the SPF protocol, which eventually became RFC4408. I was the designer and primary implementor of SRS, the sister protocol for rewriting addresses.
Many years ago, I wrote Anarres II LPMud, an experimental MUD library. I am developing a new compiler and runtime for the A2 library. It is designed to be fully backwards compatible with my existing code, also largely backwards compatible with MudOS, but remove bugs, use a better virtual machine and introduce features such as native methods and stricter typechecking. (Note that the AMD engine failed due to the unsuitability of the target VM.)
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