Google has generously sponsored the following 2 students to work with us this summer.
|Work hours||7 AM to midday or 1 PM (UTC)|
|Weekly meeting||Monday 10:30 (UTC)|
|Primary mentor||Marty Connor|
|Timezone||UTC + 2 (CEST)|
|Weekly meeting||Sun 15:00 UTC|
|Primary mentor||Stefan Hajnoczi|
Marty Connor is Project Leader of the Etherboot Project, a globally distributed team of developers and users of innovative network booting technology. He is the creator and maintainer of the rom-o-matic.net website which dynamically generates custom gPXE and Etherboot network boot images. Mr. Connor is also CEO of Entity Cyber, Inc., a technology consulting firm based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he has advised clients on technology matters for over 20 years.
Stefan Hajnoczi has contributed to the Etherboot Project and as a former Google Summer of Code student himself, he is motivated to help others enjoy the experience of contributing meaningful work to the open source community.
John “Warthog9” Hawley is a jack of all trades, programmer, sysadmin, crazy man and rabble rouser. Currently working for the Linux Foundation on assignment to kernel.org as their Chief Systems Administrator. He's worked on kernel.org as a primary sysadmin for numerous years, created PXE Knife a network & cd bootable cd of useful utilities, maintains a set of GeoIP based patches for the Bind name server, and probably more random things than he is going to remember.
John has exciting commentary on BitTorrent as a distribution mechanism, has been known to disagree strongly with the views of billionaires and cook extravagant meals then subject his friends to “bad” or b-rate movies (some of which even grace the event with clarinet music).
H. Peter Anvin has been hacking Linux since 1992. He is the author and maintainer of the SYSLINUX suite of bootloaders, part of the Linux kernel x86 architecture maintainer team, and author or maintainer of a large number of Open Source projects, including the Netwide Assembler, klibc and tftp-hpa.
He is the founder and president of the Linux Kernel Organization, operators of kernel.org, the Linux kernel website. He lives in San Jose, California, and works for Intel, Inc.