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1                                                        -*- text -*-
2GNU Service Directory
3---------------------
4
5This is a list of people who have asked to be listed as offering
6support services for GNU software, including GNU Emacs, for a fee
7or in some cases at no charge.
8
9The information comes from the people who asked to be listed;
10we do not include any information we know to be false, but we
11cannot check out any of the information; we are transmitting it to
12you as it was given to us and do not promise it is correct.
13Also, this is not an endorsement of the people listed here.
14We have no opinions and usually no information about the abilities of
15any specific person.  We provide this list to enable you to contact
16service providers and decide for yourself whether to hire one.
17
18Before FSF will list your name in the GNU Service Directory, we ask
19that you agree informally to the following terms:
20
211. You will not restrict (except by copyleft) the use or distribution
22of any software, documentation, or other information you supply anyone
23in the course of modifying, extending, or supporting GNU software.
24This includes any information specifically designed to ameliorate the
25use of GNU software.
26
272. You will not take advantage of contact made through the Service
28Directory to advertise an unrelated business (e.g., sales of
29non-GNU-related proprietary information).  You may spontaneously
30mention your availability for general consulting, but you should not
31promote a specific unrelated business unless the client asks.
32
33Please include some indication of your rates, because otherwise users
34have nothing to go by.  Please put each e-mail address inside "<>".
35Please put nothing else inside "<>".  Thanks!
36
37For a current copy of this directory, or to have yourself listed, ask:
38        gnu@gnu.org
39
40** Please keep the entries in this file alphabetical **
41
42Altrasoft       <info@altrasoft.com>
434880 Stevens Creek Blvd., Suite 205
44San Jose, CA  95129-1034
45+1 408 243 3300
46http://www.altrasoft.com
47
48Altrasoft provides corporate-quality support, development and user
49documentation for GNU Emacs, XEmacs and InfoDock.  (InfoDock is a turnkey
50information management and software development toolset built atop emacs,
51written by one of our associates.)  Emacs distributions for a variety of
52platforms are also available, as is support for other emacs variants, such as
53those often found on PCs.
54
55Our unique focus on emacs-related work allows us to attract expert talent in
56this area to keep you on the leading edge of productivity, especially if you
57do software development work.  We do the porting, patching, coding,
58integrating, debugging, documenting and testing so that your people spend
59much more productive time on their mainline tasks.
60
61Standard support packages include help on all aspects of the packages
62supported, including all tools shipped as a standard part of the original
63package distribution.  In general, we want to give you an unbelievably strong
64level of support, so where we can, we will also answer questions concerning
65any add-on Lisp code that is used at your site.  Setup and customization
66help, bug fixes, and announcements of new releases are, of course, included.
67
68Support rates start at $1,500 USD, for single user support for one year.
69Discounts are available for group contracts.  We also offer Golden Support
70contracts for those who need the absolute best in mission-critical support;
71contact us for details.  Hourly development rates and fixed bid work are
72available.
73
74Updated: 1997-05-12
75
76Magnus Alvestad <magnus@itanalyse.no>
77
78GNU Emacs, GCC, the Unix tools, Linux, Jolt.
79
80Rates: Free, or from $50/hour.
81
82Updated:  1997-05-09
83
84AO UrbanSoft <info@usoft.spb.su>
85St. Petersburg State University Science Campus
86St. Petersburg, Russia
87www.usoft.spb.ru
88
89AO UrbanSoft packages, markets and supports
90industry standard free software products,
91including the Linux operating system and
92TeX document compiler.
93The company also provides programming services
94based on TeX, Tk, Python, HTML, Java, Perl and
95Intranet.
96
97Rates approximately 15 USD per hour.
98
99Updated: 1997-05-25
100
101Joseph Arceneaux                <jla@ai.mit.edu>
102PO Box 460633                   http://www.samsara.com/~jla
103San Francisco, CA  94146-0633
104+1 415 648 9988
105+1 415 285 9088
106
107Recently led the project making Wells Fargo Bank the first to provide
108secure customer account access over the Internet.
109
110Former FSF staffmember.  Performed X11 implementation of Emacs version
11119, designed and implemented WYSIWYG Emacs.  Installed and
112administered FSF network.  Maintainer of GNU indent.  Over 15 years
113experience with Unix and other systems, from writing ROM monitors to
114UI design and system administration.
115
116I provide installation, porting, debugging and customization or
117development of GNU and other Unix software.  I also design and
118implement free software projects and consult on software engineering
119and systems design.  Handholding and  teaching services are also
120available as well as things like LAN and compute--infrastructure design.
121
122Time and material rates around $150 USD per hour, depending upon the
123particular job.  I am also very interested in fixed-bid jobs.  For
124selected non-profit organizations with worthy goals, I work for free.
125
126Updated: 1995-10-17
127
128Gerd Aschemann          <Aschemann@Informatik.TH-Darmstadt.de>
129Osannstr. 49
130D-64285 Darmstadt
131Tel.: +49 6151 16 2259
132http://www.informatik.th-darmstadt.de/~ascheman/
133
134- System Administrator (UNIX) at CS Department, TU Darmstadt, Germany
135- 17 years experience with CS, System administration on different platforms
136- 10 years with UNIX/Networking/FreeWare/GNU/X11
137-  8 years organizer of Operating Systems and Distributed Systems courses
138- Lectures on System and Network Administration
139- Platforms: Solaris, SunOS, Ultrix, OSF1, HP-UX, Linux, FreeBSD, AIX, SCO
140- Distributed Platforms and Information Systems (CORBA, WWW, Java, FTP)
141- Experience with parallel environments (Connection Machine, Meiko, Parsytec)
142- Consultant
143
144Rates are at 130,-- DM (~80 US$) per hour minimum, depending on the job.
145I am willing to travel for sufficiently large jobs.
146
147Updated: 1997-05-07
148
149
150                        Basis Technology Corp.
151                     One Kendall Square, Bldg 200
152                         Cambridge, MA 02139
153                                U.S.A.
154
155                         Tel: +1-617-252-5636
156                         Fax: +1-617-252-9150
157                      E-mail: <info@basistech.com>
158                    Web: http://www.basistech.com
159
160Technical Expertise:
161  Multilingual software development
162  Internationalization and localization of software products
163  International character encodings, including Unicode, ISO-10646,
164    ISO-2022, ISO-8859-n, JIS, KSC5601, BIG5, GB2312
165  Translation of technical materials into Japanese, Korean, and Chinese
166    including HTML, SGML, RTF, MIF, etc.
167
168GNU-related Services:
169  Custom internationalization and localization of GNU software, or
170    applications developed using GNU tools (GCC, G++, Emacs Lisp, etc.)
171  Custom multilingual application development based on MULE.
172
173GNU Contributions:
174  Organized 1992, 1993, and 1994 fund-raising seminars and lecture
175    tours for FSF in Japan.
176  Negotiated book royalty agreements with Japanese publishers on
177    behalf of the FSF.
178  Negotiated hardware contributions from Japanese PC vendors to
179    the FSF.
180
181Contacts:
182  Carl Hoffman, Steve Cohen, or Karen Watts
183
184Updated:  1997-05-07
185
186Laurent Bernardin
18716, rue Dicks
188L-6944 Niederanven
189Luxemburg
190<bernardin@inf.ethz.ch>
191+41 1 632 7469
192
193Support and installation of all GNU software.
194
195Expertise: C, C++, Java, Motif, X, Unix administration, network security
196
197Rates: ~60 US$ / hour (Flux 2000.-)
198
199Updated:  1997-05-07
200
201Philip Brown
202<phil@mitre.org>
203(703) 893-8967 (prefer email)
204Northern-VA, D.C. Area
205Rates: $40/Hr; less for educational or charitable organizations
206
207Systems Supported:
208         HP9000/7xx running HP/UX 8.07 - 10.X
209         IBM RS6000 running AIX 3.2.X
210         Also SGI/Indy and Sun/Sparcs
211
212Software Supported:
213         Most all FSF (Gnu) software
214         esp. GCC, Emacs, Binutils, GS, etc...
215
216Statement:
217        I'd be more than happy to assist anyone in my area with acquiring,
218        installing, and configuring any FSF tools/utilities on any of the
219        above systems.  I'm also willing to work with other UNIX systems not
220        listed above. In addition, I'd be happy to share my many years of
221        experience with anyone having difficulty using or configuring these
222        tools.  I've been installing and using them for about 5 years now
223        and I'll swear by their quality and the people/principles that made
224        them available.
225
226
227                        Phil Brown
228
229Updated:  1997-05-07
230
231James Craig Burley
23297 Arrowhead Circle
233Ashland, MA 01721-1987
234508 881-6087, -4745
235(Please call only between 0900-1700 Eastern time, and only if you
236are prepared to hire me -- ask me to help you for free only
237via email, to which I might or might not respond.)
238Email: <burley@gnu.org> --preferred--
239       <burley@cygnus.com>
240       <burley@world.std.com>
241
242Expertise:
243    Compiler Internals (author of GNU Fortran, for example)
244    Operating Systems Internals
245    Tools/Utilities Development and Maintenance
246    Microcode Development and Maintenance (primarily VLIW machines)
247    System Design (computers, operating systems, toolsets, &c)
248    Debugging (often asked to help debug Other People's Code)
249    Documentation (authored many books and ran a few doc projects)
250    Extensive experience with a variety of operating systems, hardware,
251        languages, and so on
252
253Rate: $100/hour -- willing to consider flat-fee arrangements
254
255Updated: 1997-05-07
256
257Thomas Bushnell, n/BSG  <thomas@gnu.org>
258Becket House
25966 Highland Ave. No. 8
260Somerville, MA  02143
261(617) 623-0654
262
263
264All GNU software: Installation, customization, answering simple or
265                  complex questions, bug fixing, extension.
266
267Experience:  I have done Unix and GNU programming for several years,
268             I am the primary author of the Hurd (which provides most
269             kernel related facilities for the GNU OS).
270
271I am easily available in the Cambridge/Boston area; work via email.
272I am willing to travel for sufficiently large jobs.
273
274Rates: $100/hr, negotiable, less for non-profit organizations.
275
276Updated: 1997-05-07
277
278   C2V                          Michel Delval <mfd@ccv.fr>
279   82 bd Haussmann              Jean-Alain Le Borgne <jalb@ccv.fr>
280   75008 Paris
281   France
282   Tel (33 1) 40.08.07.07
283   Fax (33 1) 43.87.35.99
284   Compuserve 100413,1012
285   http://c2v.com
286
287   We offer source or source+binary distribution, installation, training,
288   maintenance, technical support, consulting, specific development and
289   followup on the GNU software development environment: Emacs, gcc/g++,
290   binutils, gas, gdb.
291
292   Experience: adapted gcc, gas and binutils to work as cross-development
293   tools for the Thomson D950 DSP chip: GCC parser and typing system
294   have been augmented to allow the manipulation of variables located in
295   separated memory spaces. Porting on new platforms, and professionally
296   developing software with the GNU tools in the Unix/X11 environment
297   since they were first available.
298
299   Rates: from 2000 FF/day to 150 000 FF/year, 40% discount for
300   educational institutions, add taxes and expenses.  Ask for list.
301
302Updated: 1997-05-09
303
304Bruce Dawson    -    <jbd@codemeta.com>
305CodeMeta, Inc.
306Epping, NH  USA
307800-468-8750
308
309Specializing in GNU tools such as guile, CVS, gnats, bash, gawk, fileutils...
310
311Services:
312 
313 o 800 phone support.
314
315 o Modification and development.
316
317 o Training.
318
319Rate: $75/hour or per quote.
320
321http://www.codemeta.com
322
323Updated: 1997-05-09
324
325Kevin Cosgrove          <kevinc@dOink.COM>
326
327
328        I can help folks with porting & installation of many GNU
329        and X packages on a variety of Unix platforms.
330
331
332        My rates depend on the scope of each project but range
333        from $35 to $90 per hour.
334
335Updated:  1997-05-07
336
337Couvares Consulting
338211 W. Gilman St., Suite 3W
339Madison, WI 53703 USA
340Phone: (608) 256-6201
341EMail: <couvares@family.hampshire.edu>
342Contact: Peter F. Couvares
343
344Type of support: We offer phone/email support, installation, ongoing
345     administration, training, programming, and specialized consulting for
346     free software and other UNIX systems.
347
348Sample prices: USD75/hour commercial, 40/hour nonprofit, sliding scale
349for individuals.
350
351Updated:  1996-12-04
352
353Stuart Cracraft         <cracraft@ai.mit.edu>
35425682 Cresta Loma
355Laguna Niguel, CA, 92677, USA
356GNUline: 714-308-7900
357Website: http://www.earthlink.net/~cracraft/index.html
358Rate: $90/hour
359Consultation topics:
360Entire GNU suite - porting, compilation, installation,
361user-training, administrator-training
362Method: telephone line support, call-in via modem to your site,
363work over the Internet, or in-person visit.
364 
365Experience: supporting GNU since the mid-1980's, coordinator
366of GNU Chess (original author), GNU Shogi, GNU Go. Ported GNU Emacs
367to Solaris (System V Release 4). Expertise in C, Emacs Lisp, Perl,
368Expect, Oracle, Informix, SunOS, Solaris, NIS, NFS.
369
370Customized programming also available.
371
372Updated: 1997-05-07
373
374Noel Cragg                      <noel@cyclic.com>
3756244 Aberdeen Av
376Goleta CA 93117
377805-899-4695
378
379I'll do installation, debugging, and extension of GNU tools on a
380contract basis.  CVS and configuration management are my current
381specialties.  Rate: $75/hour or per-project negotiated fee.
382
383Updated: 1997-05-07
384
385Cygnus Solutions
386<info@cygnus.com>
3871325 Chesapeake Terrace
388Sunnyvale, CA 94089 USA
389+1 408 542 9600 voice
390+1 408 542 9699 fax
391
392Cygnus Solutions provides supported and maintained versions of gcc, g++, gdb
393with GUI, GNU linker and GNU macro assembler.  In addition, Cygnus provides
394these GNU software development tools for well over 100 host-target
395configurations.  Support includes bug fixes and semi-annual releases of the
396toolset.  Each release is regression tested and includes substantial
397improvements and additions to the current release.  Support is available for
398groups of 5 or 25 on a wide range of standard, special and vintage
399toolchains for native and embedded applications.  New target processors are
400being added regularly.  Rates for support for standard products start at $7495.
401
402Cygnus Solutions contacts:
403
404        Kathy Powers
405        ph: +1-206-888-6002
406        fx: +1-206-888-6145
407        email: <kpowers@cygnus.com>
408
409
410        Erik Westcott
411        ph: +1 408 542 9637
412        fx: +1 408 542 9699
413        email:  <westcott@cygnus.com>
414Updated: 1997-09-02 by rms
415
416Marcus G. Daniels              <marcusd@gnu.org>
41731060 S. Kaufman Rd.           <marcus@tdb.com>
418Canby, OR  97013-9520          <marcus@sysc.pdx.edu>
419(503) 651-2694                 
420
421I can customize, extend, port, and repair many types of free software.
422I maintain the CLISP Common Lisp implementation and contribute to
423several GNU packages (e.g. Emacs).  Ten years of C and Unix
424experience.  Consulting rates start at $40 US/hr.
425
426Updated: 1997-05-07
427
428Edgar Der-Danieliantz (Danielyan) <edd@acm.org>
429P.O. Box 10             FAX +374 2 28 50 82
430Yerevan 375009
431ARMENIA
432
433 Support for GCC, X Window System, WWW, Tcl/Tk, logic programming,
434 Internet security, TCP/IP.
435
436 Experience:
437    OS's: 4.4BSD, SVR4.2, FreeBSD, SCO, Solaris, UnixWare.
438    Languages: C, C++, Objective C, Pascal, Tcl/Tk, Perl, Prolog
439    Platforms: Intel, SPARC, Mac, VAX, NeXT.
440
441 Rates: Depending on type of work, approx. $20/hour. Contact for more
442        information.
443    Negotiable for individuals and non-profit organizations.
444    FREE for individuals who can't pay. Your 'Thanks!' just enough! :-)
445    Payment by international wire transfer or check.
446
447Updated:  1997-05-07
448
449Echo Labs                  <echo@iinet.net.au>
45029 Weld St,                http://www.iinet.net.au/~echo/
451Nedlands, WA 6009
452Perth, Australia
453+61 (0) 41 985 9603
454
455Echo Labs is a software consultancy that also provides support and
456development skills.  Specialising in GNU software, particularly Tcl/Tk
457and Linux. We can deliver systems at a fraction of the cost of those
458based on more traditional technologies.  Internet/intranet and data
459communications solutions, for all platforms are undertaken.  GUI
460front-ends done quickly.
461
462While typically involved in engineering and technical area, any
463GNU/freeware software will be supported.
464
465For further details see: http://www.iinet.net.au/~echo/
466
467Experience: 12+ years C/Unix, Sun, SCO, Linux, Win/NT.
468            Systems programming, device drivers, hardware interfacing.
469            GNU tools/utilities,
470            Embedded & realtime systems, software, firmware, hardware.
471            Communications protocols and implementation.
472
473Degrees:    BAppSc (CS), Curtin University, Perth
474
475Rates:      AUS $50-75/hr neg.
476
477Updated:    1997-05-09
478
479Free Software Association of Germany
480Michaela Merz
481Heimatring 19
4826000 Frankfurt/Main 70
483phone:    (+49 69) 6312083)
484ert  :    (+49-172-6987246)
485email:    (info@elara.fsag.de)
486
487Supporting all kinds of freeware (i.e. GNU), freeware development, consulting,
488training, installation.  Special LINUX support group.
489
490RATES:
491
492Companies and for profit
493organizations              :  100 US$ / hour
494Private and not-for-profit
495organizations              :   40 US$ / hour
496ert (24h Emergency
497response team)             :  300 US$ / hour
498
499Entered: 1994-04-14
500
501Noah Friedman                   <friedman@prep.ai.mit.edu>
5021111 W. El Camino Real #109-331
503Sunnyvale, CA 94087
504(permanent)
505
506Author of several Emacs Lisp packages and parts of Emacs, as well as
507numerous network and unix system utilities.  Co-maintained GNU Texinfo and
508Autoconf for a couple of years.  Experienced unix systems administrator.
509FSF employee Feb 1991--Sep 1994.
510
511I can perform installation, porting, and enhancement of all GNU software
512and any other free software, including the Linux kernel; system design and
513administration for unix-type systems and IP networks; and I am willing to
514provide handholding for shell programming, Emacs Lisp development, and
515version control systems such as RCS and CVS.
516
517Fees negotiable, averaging $75-$100/hour.  I can work in the California bay
518area or anywhere accessible on the Internet.  For larger jobs I may be
519willing to travel.
520
521Updated: 1997-05-08
522
523Ronald F. Guilmette     <rfg@monkeys.com>
524RG Consulting
5251751 East Roseville Pkwy. #1828
526Roseville, CA 95661
527Tel: +1 916 786 7945
528FAX: +1 916 786 5311
529
530Services:       Development & porting of GNU software development tools.
531
532GNU Contributions:
533                Invented, designed, and implemented the protoize and
534                unprotoize tools supplied with GCC2.
535
536                Designed and developed all code to support the generation
537                of Dwarf symbolic debugging information for System V Release
538                4 in GCC2.
539
540                Performed original port of GNU compilers to SVr4 system.
541
542                Finished port of GNU compilers to Intel i860 RISC
543                processor.
544
545Experience:     13+ years UNIX systems experience, all working on compilers
546                and related tools.
547
548                7+ years working professionally on GCC, G++, and GDB under
549                contract to various firms including the Microelectronics
550                and Computer Technology Corporation (MCC), Data General (DG),
551                Network Computing Devices (NCD), and Intel Corp.
552
553Other qualifications:
554                Developer of the RoadTest (tm) C and C++ commercial
555                compiler test suites.
556
557                Former vice-chairman of UNIX International Programming
558                Languages Special Interest Group (UI/PLSIG).
559
560                Bachelor's and a Master's degrees, both in Computer Science.
561
562Rates:          Variable depending upon contract duration.  Call for quote.
563
564Updated: 1997-05-07
565
566Michael P. Deignan
567Ideamation, Inc.
568136 Nelson Street
569Providence, RI 02908
570(401) 331-3708
571(401) 272-6449 fax.
572
573Rate:   Varies depending on complexity of task.
574        Hourly and fixed-rate contracts are available.
575Programs Supported:     All
576
577Updated: 1997-05-07
578
579Interactive Information Limited
580
581Interactive Information Limited is an Edinburgh-based company that
582specialises in WWW services and support for using the Internet for
583marketing.
584
585Our staff have many years experience in using, and developing lisp packages
586within, Emacs, and in using other GNU/Unix tools, particularly under public
587domain UNIXes.
588
589We can provide services throughout the UK, at any level from general
590consultancy through fetching, installing and customising software to
591bespoke programming.  Fees would be in the range #300 - #600 per day,
592depending primarily on the size of the job.
593
594You can contact us
595        by email: <enquire@interactive.co.uk>
596        by phone: 0370 30 40 52 (UK)
597                  (+44) 370 30 40 52 (International)
598        by post: 3, Lauriston Gardens,
599                 Edinburgh EH3 9HH
600                 Scotland
601
602Entered: 1997-05-09
603
604Scott D. Kalter                 <sdk@twinsun.com>
6052032 Corral Canyon
606Malibu, CA 90265-9503
607Home: (310) 456-0254
608
609Very familiar with all levels of Elisp programming.  Taught Emacs use
610and customization in universities and industry.  Extensive
611troubleshooting and user support experience.  Co-developed an
612object-oriented extension to Elisp (Eoops) that can be used for
613projects.  Extensive Elisp level modification for rapid prototyping of
614designs used in groupware research.  This includes the development of
615an infrastructure to support multiple, communicating Emacs processes.
616
617Prefer e-mail communication to telephone calls.
618
619Updated:  1997-05-07
620
621Kaman Sciences Corporation
622Griffiss Business & Technology Park
623775 Daedalian Drive
624Rome, NY 13441-4909
625(315) 334-4900
626 
627CONTACTS:
628       Dennis Fitzgerald        <dfitzgerald@rome.kaman.com>
629       Tom Robbins              <trobbins@rome.kaman.com>
630 
631Kaman Sciences has performed a GNU port for a custom RISC processor.
632We have experience in the definition and description of the machine
633register transfer language to the GNU tool-set.  This includes rewriting
634and modification of the necessary description and source files of gcc, gas,
635and gld and other binutils.  Kaman also has services for installation and
636setup of GNU tools, (GAWK, GCC, EMACS, etc.) on Sun workstations.
637 
638Work is on a "service contract" basis and development is charged either
639hourly or as a fixed price contract.
640 
641Consulting rates: $70 to $175 per hour.
642 
643Updated:  1997-05-07
644
645Joseph R. Kiniry                <kiniry@cs.caltech.edu>
646Caltech Mailstop 256-80         http://www.cs.caltech.edu/~kiniry/
647Pasadena, CA 91125              <jrk@metagenesis.com>
648Phone: 818-395-4840
649Fax: 818-792-4257
650
651Long-term high-level consultant in a variety of domains.  See
652http://www.cs.caltech.edu/~kiniry/resume.html for more information on
653professional and academic background.
654
655I provide installation, porting, debugging, customization, design, and
656development of GNU and other UNIX and non-UNIX software.  I am or have
657been a certified developer with Microsoft, SunSoft, NeXT, and Amiga.
658I have a great deal of development and management experience and an
659extremely broad background which contributes to my excellent system
660integration capabilities.  I have a special expertise and conduct
661research in distributed object technologies.
662
663Time and material rates for local work vary regionally, but are
664currently $250 per hour on the west coast.  Other rates apply for
665long-term jobs (day rates, travel, etc.) and remote work (usually 1/2
666fee).  I am interested in fixed-bid jobs and will work for lower rates
667for non-profit organizations and educational institutions.
668
669Updated: 1997-05-07
670
671Bradley M. Kuhn
672<bkuhn@acm.org>
673http://www.ebb.org/bkuhn
674
675I am available for Unix system administration consulting, including but not
676limited to installation, configuration and integration of GNU tools and other
677copy-lefted software such as GNU/Linux and the various distributions of
678GNU/Linux.
679
680I am particularly skilled at integration of GNU and other copy-lefted software
681into new environments that have not used such tools in the past, and porting
682the GNU software to new Unix-based platforms.
683
684Please visit my homepage for more information on my background and skills.  My
685resume is also available there.
686
687I am available for both 1099 (preferred) and W2 on-site contracting in the
688Cincinnati, OH, USA metropolitan area, as well as remote consulting via dialup
689or Internet connection anywhere in the USA.  I have no interest in permanent
690relocation at this time.
691 
692My rate varies greatly between $25-$40/hour, depending on the circumstances.
693Rates for non-profit organizations are substantially lower, and possibly free.
694
695Please note that I have no interest in working with any Micro$oft related
696products!  I want the primary focus of my work to be contributing
697to the free software community.
698
699Updated: 1997-12-04
700
701Fen Labalme                       <fen@comedia.com>
702CoMedia Consulting           http//www.comedia.com/comedia/
70340 Carl Street #4                 WE ARE EVERYWHERE
704San Francisco CA 94117             JUST SAY "KNOW"
705
706Consulting, installation, customization and training for GNU Emacs,
707and selected other GNU & network software.  Design & implementation
708of free software projects, as well as software engineering & system
709design.  I have been hacking Emacs since '76 when it was TECO and ^R
710macros (don't ask), and am inter/intra-network, UNIX & Web friendly.
711
712Rates:  $75 hour & up, depending;  flat rate jobs considered.
713        Lower rates, barter or free for selected non-profits.
714
715Updated: 1997-05-07
716
717Greg Lehey
718LEMIS
719PO Box 460
720Echunga SA 5153
721Australia
722
723Phone:  +61-8-8388-8250
724Fax:    +61-8-8388-8250
725Mobile: +61-41-739-7062
726Mail    <grog@lemis.com>
727
728Services: Supply, porting, installation, consultation on all GNU
729products.
730
731Experience: 20 years OS and compiler experience, ports of most GNU
732products.  Author of ported software CD-ROM for UNIX System V.4.2,
733"Porting UNIX Software" (O'Reilly), "Installing and Running FreeBSD"
734and "The Complete FreeBSD" (both Walnut Creek).
735
736Rates: Choice of AUD 120 per hour or hotline rates AUD 2.50 DM per
737minute.  Outside Australia, $US 100 per hour or $US 2 per minute.
738Quick questions may be free.  Limited free support available for
739purchasers of LEMIS CD-ROMs.
740
741Updated: 1997-05-09
742
743Rohan Lenard                            <rjl@wr.com.au>
74432 Holtermann St.
745Crows Nest, NSW 2065
746AUSTRALIA
747+61 411250024
748
749* The human face behind the bug-g++@gnu.org mailing list - known
750  in the past as <rjl@iassf.easams.com.au> and <rjl@ot.com.au> - now
751  known as <rjl@wr.com.au>.
752
753* Interested in providing first line support and development.
754
755Experience: 10+ years C/Unix, 6+ years C++
756            Extensive experience with GNU tools, cross-compilers,
757            embedded/hosted systems, realtime, simulations,
758            and military software.
759
760Degrees:    BSc (CS), BE (Comms), University of Melbourne
761
762Rates:      AUS $75+/hr neg.
763
764Updated:  1997-05-17
765
766Reuven M. Lerner                <reuven@netvision.net.il>
76717 Disraeli Street
768Haifa 34333
769Israel
770
771Phone:     04-824-2265 (within Israel)
772       +972-4-824-2265 (outside of Israel)
773
774Fax:       04-826-1219 (within Israel)
775       +972-4-826-1219 (outside of Israel)   
776
777WWW: http://www.netvision.net.il/php/reuven
778
779- System and network administration, especially Linux-based systems
780  and networks
781- Administration, training, and programming for Internet nodes and
782  World-Wide Web sites
783- Installation, support and training in the use of Linux, Emacs, Perl,
784  and other free software
785- Expertise in C, Emacs Lisp, and Perl
786
787Consulting rates: $75/hour, less for educational institutions.
788
789Updated: 1997-05-07
790
791Richard Levitte             (in TeX: Richard Levitte
792Levitte Programming                  Levitte Programming
793Spannvagen 38, I                     Spannv\"agen 28, I
794S-168 35  Bromma                     S-168 35  Bromma
795Sweden                               Sweden)
796Tel.nr.:  +46 (8) 26 52 47      (there is an answering machine)
797Cellular: +46 (10) 222 64 05
798e-mail:   <levitte@lp.se>
799
800What I do:
801        Primarily I work on GNU software for VMS, both VAX and AXP.  I've
802        been porting GNU Emacs to VMS since spring 1991.  I've  ported a
803        bunch of other GNU programs as well.  I maintain GNU vmslib.
804        For further info, see http://www.lp.se/~levitte/prof/resume.html
805
806Programs supported:
807        To a varying degree (ranging from extension and porting to
808        installation and simple questions) at the time of updating this
809        entry:
810        - GNU vmslib, emacs, autoconf, zip, diffutils, m4, patch, texinfo,
811          C/C++; on both VMS and Unix.
812        - Other GNU programs to a small degree; on Unix.
813        For further info, look at http://www.lp.se/products/gnu.html
814
815Experience:
816        Fluent in TeX/LaTeX and many programming languages.
817        Modified key elements in Emacs (e.g., memory and process management)
818        to work transparently on VMS.  I have very good knowledge in the VMS
819        operating system.  I'm also knowledged in the a few Unix flavors.
820        For further info, see http://www.lp.se/~levitte/prof/resume.html
821
822Your Rate:
823        $70-$100/hour (500-800 SEK in sweden), plus expenses.  My rates
824        are negotiable, depending on how interesting the project is to me.
825
826Updated: 1997-05-08
827
828Lexa Software                           info@lexa.com
8291590 The Alameda, Suite 102
830San Jose, CA  95126
831
832+1 800 278-2040
833+1 408 278-2043  voice
834+1 408 278-2045  fax
835
836http://www.lexa.com
837
838Lexa Software provides support for GNU C/C++ including the GNU debugger
839and linker.  Lexa has extensive experience supporting GCC/G++ on SNI
840and Pyramid as well as all other MIPS ABI platforms.  We offer support
841to 2, 5, 25 and larger number of users via phone, email, ftp.
842
843Updated:  1997-05-01
844
845Gord Matzigkeit                      <gord@gnu.org>
8462220 Capitol Hill Crescent           http://www.m-tech.ab.ca/~gord/
847Calgary, Alberta   T2M 4B9           Voice: (403) 282-1387
848CANADA                               FAX:   (403) 284-0137
849
850I will help install badly-behaved source code packages, and have experience
851fixing them to conform to GNU standards.  I will gladly help novices and
852intermediate computer users to understand, install, and use free software,
853whether or not I have prior experience with that software.  I know my
854limitations well, and will freely give other contacts if I do not want to
855solve your problem myself.
856
857I have installed and administered free and proprietary systems in home,
858academic, and business environments.  I have practical experience in most
859aspects of Unix and network security.  I know how to diagnose a complex
860existing computer system and incrementally replace it with a superior free
861system without disrupting service.
862
863I have over 2 years of experience with several of the major free OSes:
864Linux/GNU (Red Hat, Debian, Slackware), NetBSD, FreeBSD, and GNU/Hurd.  I am
865the maintainer of GNU Libtool and GNU DLD.  Some of my specialties are:
866Emacs, Automake, Autoconf, SANE, C, Perl, and shell script programming.
867
868My rates start at $10 (Canadian dollars) per hour.  When I am not starving, I
869do not charge worthy non-profit organizations.
870
871Updated:  1997-05-08
872
873Andrew McCallum
8746623 Dalzell Place
875Pittsburgh, PA  15217
876Home: (412) 422-0688
877<mccallum@cs.cmu.edu>
878http://www.cs.rochester.edu/u/mccallum
879
880Services:     Support, enhancements, new development in:
881                GNU Objective C
882                GNUstep, both graphical and non-graphical.
883                GNUstep Base Library: libgnustep-base
884                (especially Distributed Objects)
885                Interface between Objective-C and Guile or TCL: libguileobjc.
886
887Experience:     10+ years of UNIX experience.
888                Programming for NeXTSTEP since version 0.8, 1988.
889                MA and PhD in Computer Science.
890                Extensive work on GNU Objective C Runtime.
891                Author of GNUstep Base Library, including Distributed Objects
892                FSF Chief Maintainer of the GNUstep Project.
893                Contributor to GCC, Emacs, Guile.
894                C, Objective-C, Postscript, Scheme, Lisp, ELisp, Linux.
895                English and Francais.
896
897Rates:          $90-$150 / hour, negotiable, depending on many variables.
898
899Updated: 1997-05-07
900
901Mark P. Mitchell <mmitchell@usa.net>
9023421 El Camino Real #35
903Atherton, CA 94027
904(650) 364-5360
905http://home.earthlink.net/~mbmitchell/consulting.html
906
907Experience
908----------
909I am an experienced software engineer, with particular expertise in
910the field of programming tools.  I am responsible for the
911implementation of member templates in currently available versions of
912G++ as well as many other G++ bug-fixes, and continue to work actively on
913improving G++.
914
915I am willing to work on any and all projects involving free software.
916
917Please see my resume at the above URL for further information on
918my experience and qualifications.
919
920Rates
921-----
922My standard rate is $125/hr, but I am willing to negotiate flat fees, and
923discounts for deserving organizations.
924
925Updated: 1998-02-13
926
927Erik Naggum             <erik@naggum.no>
928P.O. Box 1570 Vika      http://www.naggum.no
9290118 OSLO               phone: +47 8800 8879
930NORWAY                  NIC handle: EN9
931
932Background: I have extensive experience with programming under Unix, in C
933in particular (since 1983), with standards and specifications for Internet
934protocols (since 1987), International Standards for character sets and
935encoding schemes (since 1988), ISO 8879 SGML (since 1990, national head of
936delegation to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 18/WG 8 since 1991), and ANSI X3.226 Common
937Lisp (since early 1994).  I have been an Emacs user and programmer from
9381984 to 1987 (TOPS-20) and from 1991 to present (Unix).  since early 1994,
939I have worked on GNU Emacs development, in both Lisp and C, and since mid
9401995, I have been tracking the development code.
941
942Services I offer the free software community include supporting Emacs users
943and programmers with expert advice (gratis on USENET or mailing lists where
944others may benefit), customizing and writing Emacs functions and packages,
945delivering courses and seminars from tutorials to writing Emacs Lisp and C
946extensions, and providing general aid with all GNU software.
947
948My standard rate is a flat USD 80 per hour or USD 2 per minute (you decide
949which time unit to apply), but to offset the cost of processing money, the
950minimum credit card charge is USD 100 and the minimum invoiced amount is
951USD 250.  Discounts are available to worthy causes -- present your case.
952Time away from home is billed at USD 40 per hour around the clock to
953encourage remote work.  (Courses and seminars are negotiated individually.)
954
955Please call only about actual work, I prefer mail for all other questions.
956
957Updated: 1997-07-18
958
959NET-Community                   <sales@net-community.com>
960522 SW 5th Avenue               http://www.net-community.com
961Suite 1105
962Portland, OR 97204 USA
9631-800-919-0060 voice 
9641-503-274-4423 voice 
9651-503-274-5406 fax   
966
967NET-Community provides support for the complete GNUstep toolset
968including the Objective-C runtime within GCC, the GNUstep Base Library,
969the Display Ghostscript system, the GNUstep GUI Library, the GNUstep
970X/DPS GUI Backend, and the GNUstep Database Library. NET-Community also
971provides support for its own MediaBook software including the MediaBook
972Random Library and the MediaBook Speech Synthesis Library.
973NET-Community actively supports and develops free software on all
974GNUstep platforms; a portion of the proceeds, usually 20%, generated
975from CD-ROM sales go towards additional development and enhancement of
976GNUstep.
977
978Updated: 1997-05-12
979
980  Open Systems Consultants a.s
981  St. Olavsgt. 24
982  N-0166 OSLO
983  NORWAY
984
985Phone:               Fax:
986  +47 22 20 40 50    +47 22 20 02 85
987
988Web:                 E-mail:
989  http://www.osc.no  <gnu-support@osc.no>
990
991Open Systems Consultants a.s can provide programming support for all
992GNU software -- extending or adopting it to meet customer needs.
993Prices vary with software and project.  Hourly fees are in the $80-120
994range.  Fixed-priced projects are also available.  No phone support.
995
996Updated:  1997-05-08
997
998Francesco Potorti` <F.Potorti@cnuce.cnr.it>
999Via S.Stefano, 8
100056123 Pisa, Italy
1001Tel. (050)560671
1002
1003Emacs:  installation and maintenance, training and tutorials,
1004        customisation, extensions, troubleshooting.  Author of some of
1005        the packages in the emacs distribution, has made the porting
1006        of emacs to the Motorola Delta architecture.
1007
1008Other:  installation and maintenance of GNU software.  Experience with
1009        hylafax, RCS, gperf, etags, smail, indent, diff, gawk, gcc,
1010        screen.  Is the current maintainer of etags.
1011
1012Rates:  30-80 KL/hr, depending on experience on the particular task.
1013        Average is 50 KL/hr $50/hr.
1014        Prefer e-mail communication to telephone.
1015
1016Qualifications: Electronic Engineering degree, Pisa.  Full time
1017        researcher in CNUCE-CNR.
1018        Familiar with elisp programming and porting of C programs.
1019
1020Updated:  1997-05-08
1021
1022Dipl.-Inform. Klaus Kaempf              <kkaempf@progis.de>
1023proGIS Software
1024Jakobstr. 117
1025D-52064 Aachen
1026Germany
1027http://www.progis.de
1028Tel +49 241 470670
1029Fax +49 241 4706729
1030
1031- 15 years C/Unix experience
1032- 6 years VMS experience
1033- Ported BFD library, Binutils, GNU Assembler, GNU C, GNU C++,
1034  GNU C++ libraries, and GNU Make to openVMS/Alpha.
1035
1036We do a lot of cross-platform (Unix-VMS-WindowsNT) development
1037mostly with the GNU compiler environment. We are actively
1038supporting GNU software on openVMS/Alpha.
1039
1040Rates start at 160.- DM / hour for support and
1041installation. Larger projects are negotiable.
1042
1043Updated: 1997-05-08
1044
1045Quiotix Corporation
1046Menlo Park, CA
1047
1048Contact: Jeffrey Siegal
1049         jbs@quiotix.com
1050         415 324-0535
1051
1052Area of focus: Embedded systems--using GNU software to develop for
1053embedded systems, porting GNU software to embedded systems, extending GNU
1054software to better support embedded environments, developing new tools and
1055utilities for embedded development using GNU software.
1056
1057Services: porting, development, support, project management, advisory
1058consulting.
1059
1060Rates: $125-$250/hour or fixed fees depending on services provided.
1061
1062Updated:  1997-05-16
1063
1064Wolfgang S. Rupprecht           <wolfgang@wsrcc.com>
106547 Esparito Ave.
1066Fremont, CA 94539-3827
1067(510) 659-9757
1068
1069Anything, (lisp, C, customization, porting, installing) I have
1070written thousands of lines of GNU Emacs C and Lisp code.  Original
1071author of the floating point additions in Emacs 19.
1072
1073Rates:  $95/hr.
1074
1075Updated: 1997-05-08
1076
1077Stanislav Shalunov
1078
1079Email: shalunov@mccme.ru
1080Phones: on request
1081
1082Installing, configuring, helping learn any free software. 
1083Handholding, trouble shooting.  Making custom changes to free
1084software written in C.  Teaching, lecturing, consulting.
1085
1086Want to have a free OS with free software serving your needs but do
1087not want to spend time yourself or not very skilled with the
1088computers?  Cannot decide which free software suits your needs
1089better?  Drop me a line.
1090
1091Well, essentially, anything else on special request.  :-)
1092
1093Rate: $30/hour if you are in Moscow and I am there when you request
1094job done, $50 if the job may be done remotely (like configuring user
1095level program), $60/hour + travel expenses otherwise.  (Negotiable,
1096significant discounts may apply.)
1097
1098Entered 1997-07-17
1099
1100Vin Shelton
1101EtherSoft, Inc
1102617.924.6437
1103<acs@acm.org>
1104
1105I have been a professional programmer for 20 years, with most of that time
1106spent doing UNIX/C/C++ hacking.  My specialties are (in no particular
1107order): system/kernel hacking, speech recognition, perl, object-oriented
1108design and analysis, FSF software (I have built nearly every FSF package on
1109several different platforms), small language design and implementation, and
1110HTML/web programming.  Currently I'm a member of the XEmacs beta testing
1111team - I'm responsible for maintaining the version 19.15 patches and have
1112written a few small packages/lisp hacks.  My rates vary from $60 - $100 per
1113hour, depending on the size of the project.
1114
1115Updated: 1997-05-09
1116
1117Signum Support AB               <info@signum.se>
1118Teknikringen 8
1119S-583 30 Linkoping, Sweden
1120+46 13 21 46 00 voice
1121+46 13 21 47 00 fax
1122http://www.signum.se/
1123
1124Signum Support AB is a company dedicated to supporting, developing and
1125distributing free software for mainly UNIX systems. The people behind
1126Signum Support AB have many years of general UNIX and Internet
1127experience, both as system administrators and as programmers, and also
1128extensive experience in maintaining and administering the GNU programs
1129and Linux.
1130
1131Signum Support develops and markets the free GUI equipped Readynet
1132Internet server, the free PHTTPD http server and the easy to use Linux
1133based Fuego firewall.
1134
1135Services offered:
1136
1137 - Support on Internet service software, especially the free
1138   Readynet Internet server we have developed for Linux.
1139 - Support on Linux.
1140 - Customization of Linux.
1141 - Installation and customizing GNU and other free software.  We are
1142   making free software as easy to install and use as shrink wrapped
1143   programs.
1144 - Warranty protection.
1145 - Finding, Recommending and Investigation of free software in any
1146   area of the customer's choice.
1147 - Regular consulting.
1148
1149Rates: For software items, request our price list.
1150       For consulting, 700-900 SEK/hour.
1151
1152Updated: 1997-05-12
1153
1154   Jon Solomon                     <jsol@gnu.org>
1155   235 Main St., Apt 3C-1
1156   East Hartford, Conn. 06118
1157   +1 860 895-8289
1158
1159   Maintains all GNU software... Available for General Consulting
1160   (contact me if you are interested)...
1161   Sendmail a specialty... Can answer questions pertaining to the
1162   installation, maintenance, bug reporting and fixing for
1163   most GNU products... Adhering to the FSF/GNU copyleft for all
1164   work... (I only charge for the time it takes to do the above,
1165   the software (and most GNU copyleft'd software) is free.
1166   I can make tapes for you if you need that...
1167
1168Updated: 1997-05-09
1169
1170Name:           Julian Stacey <jhs@freebsd.org>
1171Location:       Munich Germany, & on the Internet.
1172Qualifications: University Degree, BSc Hons Computer & Cybernetics, 1980.
1173Phone:          +49.89.268616   Fax: +49.89.260812   Data: +49.89.26023276
1174Resume:         http://www.freebsd.org/~jhs/
1175Time Zone:      +01:00
1176Rate:           130-170 DM/Hour.  2.7846 DM = 1 Pound = US $1.6332
1177Commercial Independent Freelance Consultancy:
1178                Any Unix (inc FreeBSD, Linux etc), C, X-Windows, FSF Tools,
1179                Internet, Systems engineering, hardware interfacing,
1180                real time, comms & scientific industrial, even Cyrillic &
1181                Chinese interfaces etc.  No Emacs. No Cobol.
1182Free Sources:   FSF, FreeBSD & NetBSD CVS & current (daily!) & releases,
1183                X-Windows, XFree86, Free dial in soon (details on web).
1184                Media Copy Charge ~DM 100 QIC 1/4" 525M, 150M, & 60M; & CAS-60M.
1185Free GCC-1.40   For Symmetric Computer Systems Model 375 (native cc is broken).
1186Languages:      Deutsch & Francais
1187                Man kann mir in Deutsch schreiben, (oder mich anrufen).
1188                Je comprend Francais, mais je n'ecris pas des responses en Fr.
1189! NO FREE HELP !
1190        - The Free Software Foundation do not pay me.
1191        - I earn my living from professional consultancy fees.
1192        - Though I write code for public domain ...
1193        - I will Not solve stranger's complex problems for free !
1194WHEN CONTACTING ME,  DO THIS :-
1195          1) Tell me Immediately,  Are You:
1196                A)  Expecting to pay my bill for professional consultancy.
1197                B)  Seeking a few minutes advice free of charge.
1198          2) Give me your email address, or that of a friend.
1199             or Volunteer to phone back ~ 5 days later to collect follow-up
1200             info.  from the net.  (No I will not incur bills phoning you back).
1201          3) Speak English if you want free advice !  I speak German, &
1202             listen in French, but if you're not paying, make some effort too !
1203
1204Updated: 1997-05-15
1205
1206Richard M. Stallman     <rms@gnu.org>
1207545 Tech Sq, Rm 430
1208Cambridge, MA 02139
1209
1210Emacs: anything whatever
1211Is anyone interested in courses in using or extending GNU Emacs?
1212
1213Original inventor of Emacs and main author of GNU Emacs and GCC.
1214
1215Rates: $6/min or $250/hr.
1216
1217Updated: 1997-05-09
1218
1219Kayvan Sylvan <kayvan@sylvan.com>
1220Sylvan Associates
1221879 Lewiston Drive
1222San Jose, CA 95136-1517
1223Phone: (408) 978-1407
1224Fax:   (408) 978-1417
1225
1226I will help you port, install and customize GNU Emacs, GCC, G++,
1227bison, and other GNU tools on almost any architecture and operating
1228system. Questions answered. GNU C and lisp hacking available. I will
1229also do ongoing support and periodic upgrades if you get on my GNU
1230software subscription list.
1231
1232Rates: $70-$100/hour, depending on type of work. Substantial discounts
1233for long-term contracts and also for educational or non-profit
1234institutions.
1235
1236Experience: Many different Unix systems (2.9BSD to 4.4BSD, Xenix, SVR3 and
1237SVR4, Linux, FreeBSD). Systems programming and system administration on all
1238brands of Unix. Kernel hacking experience. Lots of porting experience.
1239
1240Updated: 1997-05-09
1241
1242TerraTel AB <info@netg.se>
1243Tankeg=E5ngen 4
1244S-417 56 G=F6teborg, Sweden
1245+46 31 50 79 40 voice
1246+46 31 50 79 39 fax
1247http://www.netg.se
1248
1249TerraTel AB is a company that does consultant jobs and holds courses
1250in the fields of Unix software, TCP/IP networking and Internet
1251applications. The people behind TerraTel AB have many years
1252of general UNIX experience, both as system administrators and as
1253programmers, and also extensive experience in maintaining the GNU
1254programs; in administration as well as finding and fixing bugs.
1255
1256Services offered:
1257
1258- Installation and customizing GNU and other free software.  We will
1259  make free software as easy to install and use as shrink wrapped
1260  programs.
1261- Service and support subscriptions.
1262- Warranty protection.
1263- Customization and porting.
1264- Subscriptions to new versions which we will send monthly or with
1265  any other interval.
1266- Finding, recommending and investigating free software in any
1267  area of the customers choice.
1268- Regular consulting.
1269- Support on Internet service software, especially the free
1270- Support on Linux.
1271- Freeware based courses in Unix usage, C, C++, or any GNU tools
1272
1273Rates: For courses, contact us for a quote,
1274For consulting, $60-120/hour, depending on contract length.
1275
1276Entered:  1997-05-12
1277
1278Jonathan Thornburg / BKIS Consulting
1279E-mail: <bkis@island.net>       (preferred way to contact me)
1280Postal: Box 8-7, Thetis Island  BC  V0R 2Y0, Canada
1281Phone:  (250) 246-3640          (somewhat unreliable)
1282
1283* B.Sc (Honors 1st Class) in Math+Physics+CS, M.Sc and Ph.D in Astronomy
1284* 20+ years computing experience using a wide range of software and
1285  hardware environments
1286
1287* Very fluent in C (15+ years experience)
1288* Fluent in C++, Perl, sh, csh, Awk, Fortran, PL/I, Pascal, APL, Lisp,
1289            Basic, Maple, Reduce, various machine languages
1290* Very fluent (10+ years experience) in general Unix toolset and programming
1291* Good knowledge (4+ years experience) of Unix system administration
1292  (SunOS, Linux, SGI)
1293* Strong background (both theory and practical experience) in Unix/network
1294  security, computer graphics, X and Motif GUI programming
1295* Good general knowledge of Unix (kernel) internals and device drivers
1296* Very fluent in LaTeX, TeX, also HTML, HTTP, and CGI programming
1297* Member of Usenix (professional and technical Unix association) and
1298  SAGE (system administrator's guild)
1299
1300* Very strong background (extensive experience) in numerical analysis
1301* Strong backgrounds in hardware architecture, microprogramming,
1302  programming language implementation, compiler theory, data structures,
1303  OS design and internals, networking, symbolic manipulation, AI
1304
1305I'm available for Unix-based contract programming, software installation,
1306and/or general system administration.  My recent projects include several
130720K-50K 50K line C/Maple/Awk scientific applications, several small (1K line)
1308Perl/Awk text processors and "system glue" CGI programs, finding and fixing
1309bugs in a (free) 50K line graphics package, and a partially completed project
1310to port (really rewrite) the GUI of a 50K line C++ Netscape plugin from
1311Win32 to Unix/X/Motif.
1312
1313Unless otherwise required by a client, all the software I write is covered
1314by the GNU Public License.  My basic rate is Can$50/hour for work I can do
1315remotely over the Internet, more for on-site work, less for selected
1316non-profit organizations.
1317
1318Updated:  1997-05-19
1319
1320Leonard H. Tower Jr.    <tower@ai.mit.edu>
132136 Porter Street
1322Somerville, MA  02143
1323USA
1324+1-617-623-7739
1325
1326Will work on most GNU software.
1327Installation, handholding, trouble shooting, extensions, teaching.
1328
1329Rates: $ 150.00/hour + travel expenses.  Fixed fee quotes available.
1330         Negotiable for non-profits.
1331
1332Experience: Have hacked on over a dozen architectures in many languages.  Have
1333system mothered too many varieties of Unixes.  Assisted rms with the front end
1334of gcc and its back-end support.  Resume available on request.
1335
1336Updated:  1998-02-10
1337
1338noris network GmbH
1339Matthias Urlichs
1340Schleiermacherstrasse 12
134190491 Nuernberg
1342Germany
1343Phone: +49 911 59818-0
1344Fax: +49 911 59818-11
1345<info@noris.de>
1346http://info.noris.de/ (German)
1347
1348Expertise:
1349  OS internals, esp. Linux and BSD, esp. device drivers
1350  Network protocol / program design and coding
1351  Utilities coding and maintenance
1352  Program debugging, testing
1353  User interface design and testing
1354  Several programming and tool languages
1355
1356Services:
1357  Installation, debugging, enhancement, distribution,
1358    for all kinds of free software.
1359  System administration for most Unix-like systems.
1360  Email, Fax, phone, and in-person consulting (and/or "question answering").
1361  Remote support and system monitoring (over the Internet),
1362  Update service (new tools tested and installed automagically)
1363  Internet access
1364
1365Rates:
1366  DM 150 (~$85) per hour
1367  Support contracts start at DM 220/month + DM 30/supported system.
1368  Willing to travel for sufficiently large jobs.
1369  Rates don't include taxes.
1370
1371Updated: 1997-08-04
1372
1373Paul C.A. van Gool
1374      <P.vanGool@LR.TUDelft.NL>
1375
1376Address: Faculty of Aerospace Engineering
1377         Delft University of Technology
1378         Kluyverweg 1,  2629 HS Delft
1379         The Netherlands
1380
1381Phone: +31-15-2785370
1382Fax  : +31-15-2786480
1383
1384I would like to provide unpaid support for the following things:
1385
1386- C
1387- C++
1388- f2c
1389- compilation and installation of most GNU packages
1390
1391Updated:  1997-05-12
1392
1393Arne Wichmann
1394
1395EMail: <aw@math.uni-sb.de>
1396Telephone on request.
1397
1398I support GNU software on the following platforms:
1399
1400Linux
1401SunOS 4.X 5.X
1402HPUX 9.X
1403other platforms on request.
1404
1405Usual rates: 20DM per hour. Free support for private people as time
1406permits.
1407
1408Updated: 1997-05-16
1409
1410Jody Winston
1411xprt Computer Consulting, Inc.
1412731 Voyager
1413Houston, TX, 77058
1414(281) 480-UNIX, <jody@sccsi.com>
1415
1416We have supported, installed, and used the entire GNU software suite
1417for over 8 years on many different Unix platforms.  We have written
1418character device drivers and proc file systems for custom hardware
1419running on Linux.  In addition, we have developed a custom X11 server
1420and X input extensions. Our consulting rate is $150.00 US dollars per
1421hour, negotiable, plus a per diem for out of town work.
1422
1423Updated:  1997-05-12
1424
1425Lige Zhou
1426Consultant
1427Open Technologies Corporation
1428Sun Lotus Bldg. 2nd Floor
14292-9-1 Chuou, Nakano-ku, Tokyo 164 Japan
1430Tel: +81-3-3365-2911 Fax: +81-3-3365-2920
1431E-mail: <zhou@opentech.co.jp>
1432
1433My profile is listed at:  http://www.opentech.co.jp/~zhou/
1434
1435I have two years of experience porting and supporting GNU C Compiler and
1436GNU Assembler at the Wingnut project of SRA, Inc., Tokyo.
1437
1438I can provide free consultation on these products if the problem is not
1439time-consuming.
1440
1441Updated:  1996-12-04
1442
1443
1444For a current copy of this directory, or to have yourself listed, ask:
1445        gnu@gnu.org
1446
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