By barton808 on Nov 16, 2007
Here is my second interview from Sun's internal FOSS summit.
Glynn once shot an OS in Auckland just to watch it die.
Glynn, a former emerald islander, switched hemispheres about four years ago and now calls New Zealand home. From his outpost down-under (and to the right) he serves in several capacities within Sun and the community:
- Director on the GNOME Foundation's board
- OpenSolaris Governing Board member
- Product Manager of Project Indiana
Some of the topics we tackle:
- Growing up GNOME
- How the first Open Solaris summit went
- Indiana's roadmap
- Studying pure mathematics at Trinity (was Glynn the one who solved Fermat's last theorem?)
- Getting to the mindset of a time-based release
Pau for now...