Hello, my name is Imre Kaloz. I am 22 years old and I live in Budapest, Hungary. My computer addiction was started when I received my C64 for christmas, when I was 7 or so. I met Linux first in 1995, in a magazine called "Forráskód" ("Source code" in english). It had a bootable floppy included, and when I watched the lines scrolling on the screen, I knew I have to understand, what is happening I have tried some Debian versions from time to time, but without help, I had to go on my own. My real adventure began with Bo in 1998. After playing with other distributions, I always got back to Debian. Until I met Ubuntu...
- email: kaloz()dune!hu
- IRC: Kaloz @ freenode
- ICQ: 179014627
What have I done for Ubuntu?
- Nothing yet.
What I want to do?
- Do an embedded nubuntu (nano-ubuntu) port, based on Hoary with busybox and uClibc,
- help Ubuntu to be as secure as possible by default,
- help Ubuntu to be one of the most up-to-date distros in the world,
- help Ubuntu to support all kind of wireless equipment out-of-the-box.
I am interested in network and kernel security, wireless and in embedded systems. I am one of the developers of OpenWrt, a LFS distribution for wireless routers based on Broadcom boards. I am hosting the hungarian mirror of GrSecurity. I am a member of the Hungarian Wireless Community.
I am available on semi-nightly basis, depending on my work. I am working as a teacher now, on two weeks of each months. When I am free, I can help daytime, too.