Luis R. Rodriguez
Nob Hill, San Francisco, CA
Luis started hacking on the kernel since 2.6.5 through the first 802.11g driver upstream on the kernel, prism54. Since then he's moved on to address regulatory considerations on Linux and then a slew of 802.11 driver updates. Luis also maintains the Linux kernel backports project used to automatically backport a slew of different Linux kernel subsystems. Luis is now helping SUSE with Linux world domination, giving love to subsystems that need it. One of his first new objectives is to help with the Linux upstream delta with Xen.
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