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* '''Email''': [mailto:jcm@jonmasters.org jcm@jonmasters.org]   
 
* '''Email''': [mailto:jcm@jonmasters.org jcm@jonmasters.org]   
  
JonMasters is a kernel tools developer working at Red Hat. He focuses on the RHEL5 kernel, upstream development of new features, and on the Real Time MRG product using the RT patchset.
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JonMasters is a software engineer working at Red Hat. At Red Hat, Jon focuses on the RHEL5 and RHEL6 kernels, internal tools, and upstream work on kernel driver infrastructure. He has also been involved with the Real Time (MRG) product. When not working on that stuff, Jon enjoys hiking, unicycling, making music, astronomy, writing books (mostly "Embedded" Linux), and many other things. He is a Fedora user and maintains several packages. Jon would like to see Fedora strive to achieve a balance between being a desktop-friendly distribution and remaining true to its roots as a UNIX-like environment also suited to server use.
  
Jon maintains module-init-tools, redhat-rpm-config, and others. He runs Fedora 9 as well as RHEL 5, and occasionally other Linux distributions too - especially within virtual machines. Jon is a huge enthusiast for the PowerPC architecture, having spent a number of years as an embedded developer working largely on programmable logic devices running Linux on PPC. His personal website lives at [http://www.jonmasters.org/ jonmasters.org].
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For further information: [http://www.jonmasters.org/ jonmasters.org].

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Jon Masters

JonMasters is a software engineer working at Red Hat. At Red Hat, Jon focuses on the RHEL5 and RHEL6 kernels, internal tools, and upstream work on kernel driver infrastructure. He has also been involved with the Real Time (MRG) product. When not working on that stuff, Jon enjoys hiking, unicycling, making music, astronomy, writing books (mostly "Embedded" Linux), and many other things. He is a Fedora user and maintains several packages. Jon would like to see Fedora strive to achieve a balance between being a desktop-friendly distribution and remaining true to its roots as a UNIX-like environment also suited to server use.

For further information: jonmasters.org.