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Greg Hudson is a staff developer at MIT with a strong interest in free
software and open standards. He has authored several packages
including the mud server Coldmud and the asynchronous DNS resolver
library ares, and has contributed to projects such as NetBSD and the
MIT Athena computing environment. His primary interests at the moment
are instant messaging, version control, and cryptographic security.
Greg is currently contributing to Subversion, tigris.org's version
control system project.
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