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Richard Guy Briggs

Richard Guy Briggs has been using Linux since April 1992. In September 1992 he used Linux to train an artificial neural network to do speech recognition and worked on the FreeS/WAN project kernel bits from 1997 to 2003. Richard was a speaker at the first Symposium in 1999. He is presently looking for new open source development opportunities.

Richard has played the recorder, trumpet and bassoon and tape recorder. He also likes playing with cameras and is a car-free homeowner with a charming wife Carole, fun seven-year-old son Nicolas and adorable four-year-old daugher Annabelle.

Richard is a native of Ottawa and still lives there, so he knows the city quite well. Richard has cycled across Canada, Australia and Cuba, founded the hacker bike ride and in the last 9 years has started collecting some interesting and weird bikes.

Richard's home page is at:

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