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-'''Home''':+'''Home''': http://custal.baywords.com/
'''E-mail''': cbv at gmx dot net '''E-mail''': cbv at gmx dot net
-'''IRC''': server irc.gnustep.org, channel #GNUstep, nick cbv+'''IRC''': server irc.gnu.org, channel #GNUstep, nick cbv
== About == == About ==
-I currently work as an IT-security consultant at a major German international airport.<br />+Though I'm not a programmer by trade, my main interest is in providing frameworks for [[KoKit#KoCrypt|cryptography]], [[KoKit#KoNet|BSD socket networking]], and a [[KoKit|framework collection]], that extends the functionality of [http://www.gnustep.org/ GNUstep]'s [[Foundation]] and [[AppKit]].
-Though I'm not a programmer by trade, my main interest is in providing frameworks for [[KoKit#KoCrypt|cryptography]], [[KoKit#KoNet|BSD socket networking]], and a [[KoKit|framework collection]], that extends the functionality of [http://www.gnustep.org/ GNUstep]'s [[Foundation]] and [[AppKit]].<br />I also wrote ''Tryst'', a preliminary GNUstep support for [http://www.apple.com/macosx/features/bonjour/ Bonjour]&trade; (formerly known as Rendezvous).+ 
 +I also wrote [[Tryst]], a preliminary GNUstep support for [http://www.apple.com/macosx/features/bonjour/ Bonjour]&trade; (formerly known as Rendezvous).
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 +Currently, I'm (again) working on ''KoWM'', a GNUstep based Desktop Manager, that also acts as a window manager.

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Home: http://custal.baywords.com/

E-mail: cbv at gmx dot net

IRC: server irc.gnu.org, channel #GNUstep, nick cbv

About

Though I'm not a programmer by trade, my main interest is in providing frameworks for cryptography, BSD socket networking, and a framework collection, that extends the functionality of GNUstep's Foundation and AppKit.

I also wrote Tryst, a preliminary GNUstep support for Bonjour™ (formerly known as Rendezvous).

Currently, I'm (again) working on KoWM, a GNUstep based Desktop Manager, that also acts as a window manager.