BSDCan2013 - Final

BSDCan 2013
The Technical BSD Conference

Landry Breuil

Landry Breuil is bringing shiny desktop apps to OpenBSD, because it's not only made for servers !

Landry has been involved with OpenBSD since 2007.

He started by maintaining the Xfce desktop environment, and over time got dragged into Webkit land, to finally become the maintainer of all Mozilla ports on OpenBSD in 2010. He particularly loves to push back patches upstream, so he's now also an upstream developer for Mozilla and Xfce.

He's also interested in the pkg* tools internals and wrote a small curses GUI (pkgmgr) to manage & install packages in a friendly way. He's in charge of sparc64 & hppa package bulk builds, and also runs an amd64 package test build cluster.

In his regular dayjob he works on huge volumes of GIS (Geographical Information Systems) data for a small french public organization.