BSDCan2011 - Final (with audio).5

BSDCan 2011
The Technical BSD Conference

Ingo Schwarze

Ingo Schwarze made OpenBSD use mandoc as its central documentation formatting utility. As an OpenBSD developer, he also contributed patches to system maintenance scripts, to the YP subsystem, and to parts of the C library (getgr, getpw, rpc/, yp/).

After studying in Siegen (supervisor: Prof. Martin Holder), Ingo Schwarze worked in experimental and theoretical high energy physics at CERN (NA48) and in Karlsruhe. Having used various flavours of UNIX and Linux in the nineties, he settled on OpenBSD as his server and desktop operating system of choice in 2000 and joined the project as a developer in the spring of 2009. Currently, he is also working as a Perl programmer, responsible for the development and maintenance of both the central configuration daemon and the MiddleWare in the Astaro Security Gateway; see for details.


schwarze at openbsd dot org