Jeremy Kerr

Jeremy Kerr



Jeremy Kerr works as a Linux kernel developer for Canonical’s hardware enablement team. When the kernel gets too much to handle, he escapes to the rainbows and unicorns world of web development, bringing you the patchwork patch-tracking system.

Jeremy has contributed to a range of other Open Source projects as well, such as petitboot (a GUI bootloader), K42 (a research operating system), and nfsim (the netfilter simulation environment). His interests lie in Linux kernel development, system-level programming (anything from microcontrollers to supercomputer clusters) and never having to use C++ again.

Proposals for this user

* Reducing your patch workload with Patchwork

An overview and update on the Patchwork patch-tracking system. (slides)
Development Tools 04/29/2011
Jeremy Kerr