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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@prep.ai.mit.edu
39
40** Please keep the entries in this file alphabetical **
41
42
43Joseph Arceneaux                <jla@ai.mit.edu>
44PO Box 460633                   http://www.samsara.com/~jla
45San Francisco, CA  94146-0633
46+1 415 648 9988
47+1 415 285 9088
48
49Recently led the project making Wells Fargo Bank the first to provide
50secure customer account access over the Internet.
51
52Former FSF staffmember.  Performed X11 implementation of Emacs version
5319, designed and implemented WYSIWYG Emacs.  Installed and
54administered FSF network.  Maintainer of GNU indent.  Over 15 years
55experience with Unix and other systems, from writing ROM monitors to
56UI design and system administration.
57
58I provide installation, porting, debugging and customization or
59development of GNU and other Unix software.  I also design and
60implement free software projects and consult on software engineering
61and systems design.  Handholding and  teaching services are also
62available as well as things like LAN and compute--infrastructure design.
63
64Time and material rates around $150 USD per hour, depending upon the
65particular job.  I am also very interested in fixed-bid jobs.  For
66selected non-profit organizations with worthy goals, I work for free.
67
68Updated: 17Oct95
69
70Gerd Aschemann          <aschemann@Informatik.TH-Darmstadt.de>
71Osannstr. 49
72D-64285 Darmstadt
73Tel.: +49 6151 16 2259
74http://www.informatik.th-darmstadt.de/~ascheman/
75
76- System Administrator (UNIX) at CS Department, TU Darmstadt, Germany
77- 15 years expirience with CS, Systemadministration on different platforms
78-  8 years with UNIX/Networking/FreeWare/GNU/X11
79-  6 years organizer of Operating Systems and Distributed Systems courses
80- Lectures on System and Network Administration
81- Platforms: Solaris, SunOS, Ultrix, OSF1, HP-UX, Linux, FreeBSD, AIX
82- Experience with parallel environments (Connection Machine, Meiko, Parsytec)
83- Consultant for other UNIX users at TU Darmstadt
84
85Rates are at 100,-- DM (~60 US$) per hour minimum, depending on the job.
86I am willing to travel for sufficiently large jobs.
87
88Updated: 17Oct95
89
90Giuseppe Attardi        <attardi@di.unipi.it>
91Dipartimento di Informatica
92Corso Italia 40
93I-56125 Pisa, Italy
94+39 50 887-244
95
96GNU: help on obtaininig GNU, for italian sites.
97
98Updated: 5Apr94
99
100James Craig Burley
10197 Arrowhead Circle
102Ashland, MA 01721-1987
103508 881-6087, -4745
104(Please call only between 0900-1700 Eastern time, and only if you
105are prepared to hire me -- ask me to help you for free only
106via email, to which I might or might not respond.)
107Email: <burley@gnu.ai.mit.edu> --preferred--
108       <burley@cygnus.com>
109       <burley@world.std.com>
110
111Expertise:
112    Compiler Internals (author of GNU Fortran, for example)
113    Operating Systems Internals
114    Tools/Utilities Development and Maintenance
115    Microcode Development and Maintenance (primarily VLIW machines)
116    System Design (computers, operating systems, toolsets, &c)
117    Debugging (often asked to help debug Other People's Code)
118    Documentation (authored many books and ran a few doc projects)
119    Extensive experience with a variety of operating systems, hardware,
120        languages, and so on
121
122Rate: $70/hour -- willing to consider flat-fee arrangements
123
124Updated: 14Aug95
125
126Michael I. Bushnell             <mib@gnu.ai.mit.edu>
127545 Technology Square, NE43-426
128Cambridge, MA  02139
129(617) 253-8568
130
131All GNU software: Installation, customization, answering simple or
132                  complex questions, bug fixing, extension.
133
134Experience:  I have done Unix and GNU programming for several years,
135             I am the primary author of the Hurd (which provides most
136             kernel related facilities for the GNU OS).
137
138I am easily available in the Cambridge/Boston area; work via email.
139I am willing to travel for sufficiently large jobs.
140
141Rates: $100/hr, negotiable, less for non-profit organizaions.
142
143Updated: 5Apr94
144
145C2V                     Renaud Dumeur <renaud@ccv.fr>
14682 bd Haussmann         Michel Delval <mfd@ccv.fr>
14775009 Paris             Jean-Alain Le Borgne <jalb@ccv.fr>
148France
149Tel (1) 40.08.07.07
150Fax (1) 43.87.35.99
151
152We offer source or source+binary distribution, installation, training,
153maintenance, technical support, consulting, specific development and
154followup on the GNU software development environment: Emacs, gcc/g++,
155binutils, gas, gdb.
156
157Experience: adapted gcc, gas and binutils to work as cross-development
158tools for the Thomson st18950 DSP chip: GCC parser and typing system
159have been augmented to allow the manipulation of variables located in
160separated memory spaces. Porting on new platforms, and professionally
161developing software with the GNU tools in the Unix/X11 environment
162since they were first available.
163
164Rates: from 2000 FF/day to 150 000 FF/year, 40% discount for
165educational institutions, add taxes and expenses.  Ask for list.
166
167Entered: 5May94
168
169Contributed Software
170Graefestr. 76
17110967 Berlin, Germany
172phone:    (+49 30) 694 69 07
173FAX:      (+49 30) 694 68 09
174modems:   (+49 30) 694 60 55 (5xZyXEL )
175modems:   (+49 30) 693 40 51 (8xUSR DS)
176email:    <info@contrib.de>
177internet: uropax.contrib.de [192.109.39.2], login as 'guest'.
178
179We distribute, install, port, teach and support free software
180in general, i.e. X11, GNU, khoros etc. Rates are ECU 80,-- plus
181tax per hour. We offer maintenance and support contracts for full
182customer satisfaction.
183Highlights are transparent development environments for multi-platform
184sites and configuration management.  Traveling is no problem.
185
186Free Archive login for downloading on above modem numbers.
187
188Updated: 5Apr94
189
190Stuart Cracraft         <cracraft@ai.mit.edu>
19125682 Cresta Loma
192Laguna Niguel, Ca.
19392677
194GNUline: 714-347-8106
195Rate: $75/hour
196Consultation topics:
197  Entire GNU suite - porting, compilation, installation,
198  user-training, administrator-training
199Method: telephone line support, call-in via modem to your site,
200or direct visit.
201
202Experience: supporting GNU since the mid-1980's, coordinator
203of GNU Chess (original author), GNU Shogi, GNU Go. Ported GNU Emacs
204to Solaris (System V Release 4). Expertise in C, Emacs Lisp, and Perl.
205Customized programming also available.
206
207Entered: 5Apr94
208
209Cygnus Support                  <info@cygnus.com>
2101937 Landings Drive             ...uunet!cygint!info
211Mountain View, CA 94043 USA
212+1 415 903 1400 voice
213+1 415 903 0122 fax
214
215Cygnus Support
21648 Grove Street
217Somerville, MA 02144
218+1 617 629 3000 voice
219+1 617 629 3010 fax
220
221Cygnus Support continues to provide supported, maintained versions of
222the GNU toolset including GCC, G++, the GNU debugger with graphical
223user interface, GNU linker, GNU macro-assembler and Emacs 19. In
224keeping with the rapidly advancing needs of software developers,
225Cygnus maintains a 90 day release cycle of the GNU toolset. Each
226release is regression tested and includes substantial improvements and
227additions to the existing matrix of over 65 supported platform
228configurations.
229
230Updated: 2Feb95
231
232Free Software Association of Germany
233Michaela Merz
234Heimatring 19
2356000 Frankfurt/Main 70
236phone:    (+49 69) 6312083)
237ert  :    (+49-172-6987246)
238email:    (info@elara.fsag.de)
239
240Supporting all kinds of freeware (i.e. GNU), freeware development, consulting,
241training, installation.  Special LINUX support group.
242
243RATES:
244
245Companies and for profit
246organizations              :  100 US$ / hour
247Private and not-for-profit
248organizations              :   40 US$ / hour
249ert (24h Emergency
250response team)             :  300 US$ / hour
251
252Entered: 14Apr94
253
254Noah Friedman             <friedman@prep.ai.mit.edu>
255Building 600, Suite 214             2002-A Guadalupe St. #214
256One Kendall Square                  Austin, TX 78705
257Cambridge, MA  02139                (Local, faster to reach me)
258(Permanent)
259
260
261Author of several Emacs Lisp packages and parts of Emacs 19, as well as
262numerous utilities written in shell script and perl.  Co-maintained GNU
263Texinfo and Autoconf for a couple of years.  System administrator for a
264network of heterogenous machines.  FSF employee Feb 1991--Sep 1994.
265
266I can perform installation, porting, and enhancement of all GNU software
267and any other free software; system administration for unix-type systems
268and ethernet networks; and I am willing to teach shell programming and
269Emacs Lisp.
270
271Fees negotiable, averaging $60-$75/hour.  I can work in the Austin, TX area
272or anywhere accessible on the Internet.  For larger jobs I may be willing
273to travel.
274
275Updated: 16Aug95
276
277Ronald F. Guilmette     <rfg@monkeys.com>
278Infinite Monkeys & Co.
2791751 East Roseville Pkwy. #1828
280Roseville, CA 95661
281Tel: +1 916 786 7945
282FAX: +1 916 786 5311
283
284Services:       Development & porting of GNU software development tools.
285
286GNU Contributions:
287                Invented, designed, and implemented the protoize and
288                unprotoize tools supplied with GCC2.
289
290                Designed and developed all code to support the generation
291                of Dwarf symbolic debugging information for System V Release
292                4 in GCC2.
293
294                Performed original port of GNU compilers to SVr4 system.
295
296                Finished port of GNU compilers to Intel i860 RISC
297                processor.
298
299Experience:     13+ years UNIX systems experience, all working on compilers
300                and related tools.
301
302                7+ years working professionally on GCC, G++, and GDB under
303                contract to various firms including the Microelectronics
304                and Computer Technology Corporation (MCC), Data General (DG),
305                Network Computing Devices (NCD), and Intel Corp.
306
307Other qualifications:
308                Developer of the RoadTest (tm) C and C++ commercial
309                compiler test suites.
310
311                Former vice-chairman of UNIX International Programming
312                Languages Special Interest Group (UI/PLSIG).
313
314                Bachelor's and a Master's degrees, both in Computer Science.
315
316Rates:          Variable depending upon contract duration.  Call for quote.
317
318Updated: 23Sep95
319
320Hundred Acre Consulting         <info@pooh.com>
3211155 W Fourth St Ste 225
322PO Box 6209
323Reno NV 89513-6209
324(702)-348-7299
325Hundred Acre is a consulting group providing support and development
326services to organizations of all sizes.  We support GNU C++ and C in
327particular, but also provide support for all other GNU software and
328certain non-GNU public domain software as well.  We work on a "service
329contract" basis for support -- for a yearly fee, we provide multiple
330levels of email and toll free telephone support, and free updates and
331bug fixes. The highersupport levels have on-site support.  Development
332is charged on either an hourly or fixed bid basis.
333
334Consulting rates: $70 to $90 per hour, or fixed bid.
335Support contracts:  Several levels, from $495 to $90000 per year.
336
337Updated: 27Dec94
338
339Interactive Information Limited
340
341Interactive Information Limited is an Edinburgh-based company that
342specialises in WWW services and support for using the Internet for
343marketing.
344
345Our staff have many years experience in using, and developing lisp packages
346within, Emacs, and in using other GNU/Unix tools, particularly under public
347domain UNIXes.
348
349We can provide services throughout the UK, at any level from general
350consultancy through fetching, installing and customising software to
351bespoke programming.  Fees would be in the range #300 - #600 per day,
352depending primarily on the size of the job.
353
354You can contact us
355        by email: <enquire@interactive.co.uk>
356        by phone: 0370 30 40 52 (UK)
357                  (+44) 370 30 40 52 (International)
358        by post: 3, Lauriston Gardens,
359                 Edinburgh EH3 9HH
360                 Scotland
361
362Entered: 13Nov95
363
364Scott D. Kalter                 <sdk@mithril.com)
3652032 Corral Canyon
366Malibu, CA 90265-9503
367Home: (310) 456-0254
368
369Emacs:  Eoops, Elisp, and C level customization/extension training for
370        general use and customization user support, installation, and
371        troubleshooting.
372
373Rates:  $50/hr
374        May answer brief and interesting questions for free.
375        Prefer e-mail communication to telephone.
376
377Qualifications: BS Math/CS 1985: Carnegie Mellon University
378                MS CS 1988: UCLA
379
380        Very familiar with all levels of elisp programming.  Taught
381        Emacs use and customization in universities and industry.  Extensive
382        troubleshooting and user support experience.  Co-developed an
383        object-oriented extension to Elisp that can be used for
384        projects.  Extensive Elisp level modification for  rapid
385        prototyping of designs used in groupware research.  This
386        includes the development of an infrastructure to support
387        multiple, communicating Emacs processes.
388
389Updated: 6Apr94
390
391KAMAN SCIENCES CORPORATION
392258 GENESEE STREET
393UTICA  NY  13502
394(315) 734-3600
395
396CONTACTS: Alan Piszcz (peesh)      <apiszcz@utica1.kaman.com>
397        : Dennis Fitzgerald        <dennis@utica.kaman.com>
398
399Kaman Sciences has performed a GNU port for a custom RISC processor.
400We have experience in the definition and description of the machine
401register transfer language to the GNU tool-set.  This includes rewriting
402and modification of the necessary description and source files of gcc, gas,
403and gld and other binutils.  Kaman also has services for installation and
404setup of GNU tools, (GAWK, GCC, EMACS, etc.) on Sun workstations.
405
406Work is on a "service contract" basis and development is charged either
407hourly or as a fixed price contract.
408
409Consulting rates: $70 to $200 per hour.
410
411Entered: 13Jan95
412
413Scott J. Kramer         <sjk@aura.nbn.com>
414P.O. Box 620207
415Woodside, CA  94062
416+1 415-941-0755
417
418GNU Software:   Tutoring, installations/upgrades, Emacs Lisp customizations,
419                general troubleshooting/support.  Prefer that work I do
420                becomes part integrated into official Free Software Foundation
421                distributions.
422
423Systems Administration:  Sun (SunOS & Solaris) and SGI (IRIX)
424                         UNIX hardware/software platforms.
425
426Rate:   Task- and time-dependent; non-monetary offers accepted.
427
428Updated: 12Apr94
429
430Fen Labalme                   <fen@comedia.com)
431Broadcatch Technologies
43240 Carl St. #4                 WE ARE EVERYWHERE
433San Francisco CA 94117          JUST SAY "KNOW"
434(415) 731-1174                   ARE YOU KIND?
435
436Rates:  $80 hour (negotiable); quick email or phone questions free.
437        Lower rates -- free of barter -- for schools and non-profits.
438
439Consulting, installation, customization and training for GNU Emacs,
440and selected other GNU & network software (but not G++).  I have been
441hacking Emacs since '76 when it was TECO and ^R macros (don't ask).
442
443Updated: 6Apr94
444
445Greg Lehey
446LEMIS
447Schellnhausen 2
44836325 Feldatal
449Germany
450
451Phone:  +49-6637-919123
452Fax:    +49-6637-919122
453Mail    <grog@lemis.de>
454
455Services: Supply, porting, installation, consultation on all GNU
456products.
457
458Experience: 20 years OS and compiler experience, portations of most
459GNU products.  Author of ported software CD-ROM for Unix 4.2.
460
461Rates: Choice of DM 150 per hour or hotline rates 3 DM per minute + 10
462DM per phone call. Quick questions may be free. Limited free support
463available for purchasers of LEMIS CD-ROMs.
464
465Updated: 21Feb95
466
467Marty Leisner      <leisner@sdsp.mc.xerox.com>
468332 Shaftsbury Road
469Rochester, New York  14610
470Home:(716) 654-7931
471
472Experience: 12 years C/Unix, 7 years DOS.
473            Extensive experience with GNU binary tools, cross-compilers,
474            embedded/hosted systems, realtime.
475Degree :    BS CS, Cornell University
476Rates:      $75/hr
477
478
479
480marty
481<leisner@sdsp.mc.xerox.com>  <leisner@eso.mc.xerox.com>
482
483Updated: 15Apr94
484
485Richard Levitte             (in TeX: Richard Levitte
486Södra Långgatan 39, II               S\"odra L{\aa}nggatan 39, II
487S-171 49  Solna                      S-171 49  Solna
488Sweden                               Sweden)
489Tel.nr.:  +46 (8) 18 30 99      (there is an answering machine)
490e-mail:   <levitte@e.kth.se> (preferred)
491          <levitte@vms.stacken.kth.se>
492
493What I do:
494        Primarly I work on GNU software for VMS, both VAX and AXP.  I
495        also work on GNU stuff for Unix on occasion.  I'm familiar with
496        SunOS (version 4.x.x), BSD (version 4.2 and up),
497        Ultrix (version 4.2 and up).
498        I've been porting GNU Emacs to VMS since spring 1991.  This
499        includes versions 18.57 to 18.59 and version 19.22.
500        I maintain GNU vmslib.
501
502Programs supported:
503        GNU vmslib:     extending, installation, upgrading aid,
504                        simple and complex questions, you name it.
505        GNU Emacs:      porting, extending, installation, upgrading aid,
506                        customization, simple or complex questions,
507                        training, you name it.
508        GNU autoconf:   porting, extending, installation, upgrading aid.
509        GNU zip, diffutils, m4, patch, texinfo:
510                        porting, installation, upgrading aid.
511        GNU C/C++:      installation, upgrading aid.  I might start to
512                        hack at it some day.
513
514The list of programs I currently support represents both my interests and
515current priorities.  Your interest and funding can influence my priorities.
516
517Experience:
518        Fluent in C, C++, Emacs Lisp, Pascal as well as assembler
519        on VAX, Motorola 680x0, Intel 8086 and 80x86.  Modified key
520        elements in Emacs (e.g., memory and process management) to work
521        transparently on VMS.  I have very good knowledge in the VMS
522        operating system, as well as MS-DOS and IBM PC compatibles.
523        I have worked for four and a half years as a VMS system manager.
524        I've also provided consulting services on IBM PC compatibles,
525        as well as held classes for IBM PC users.
526        A reference list is available on request.
527
528Your Rate:
529        $50-$80/hour (400-700 SEK in sweden), plus expenses.  My rates
530        are negotiable, depending on how interesting the project is to me.
531
532
533Entered: 18Aug94
534
535Roland McGrath          <roland@frob.com>
536545 Tech Sq, Rm 426
537Cambridge, MA  02139
538Work: (617) 253-8568
539
540Co-author of GNU Make (with Richard Stallman); maintainer of GNU Make.
541Author and maintainer of the GNU C Library and co-author of the GNU Hurd.
542Author of several GNU Emacs Lisp packages and parts of GNU Emacs 19.
543FSF employee summer 1989, fall 1990 to the present.
544
545Installation, maintenance, porting, enhancement of all GNU software.  I can
546install GNU software and maintain its installation on call via the Internet.
547
548Fees negotiable; $75-$100/hour, higher for very short term projects.  I can
549work anywhere in the Boston or SF Bay Area, or anywhere on the Internet.  I
550am working full-time for the FSF on the GNU Hurd, so I am likely to take on
551only jobs that either can be done entirely via the Internet and are
552short-term, or that are very interesting.
553
554Updated: 21Jan95
555
556Wolfgang S. Rupprecht           <wolfgang@wsrcc.com>
55747 Esparito Ave.
558Fremont, CA 94539-3827
559(510) 659-9757
560
561Anything, (lisp, C, customization, porting, installing) I have
562written thousands of lines of GNU Emacs C and Lisp code.  Original
563author of the floating point additions in Emacs 19.
564
565Rates:  $95/hr.
566
567Updated: 14Apr94
568
569Signum Support AB               <info@signum.se>
570Box 2044     _                  ...!seunet!signum!info
571S-580 02 Linkoping, Sweden
572+46 13 21 46 00 voice
573+46 13 21 47 00 fax
574
575Signum Support AB is a company dedicated to supporting, developing
576and distributing free software for, including but not limited to,
577UNIX systems. The people behind Signum Support AB have many years
578of general UNIX experience, both as system administrators and as
579programmers, and also extensive experience in maintaining the GNU
580programs, both administrating it and finding and fixing bugs.
581
582Services offered:
583
584 - Installation and customizing GNU and other free software.  We will
585   make free software as easy to install and use as shrink wrapped
586   programs.
587 - Warranty protection.
588 - Customization and porting.
589 - Subscriptions to new versions which we will send monthly or with
590   any other interval.
591 - Finding, Recommending and Investigation of free software in any
592   area of the customers choise.
593 - Regular consulting.
594
595Rates: For software items, request our price list.
596       For consulting, 400-800 SEK/hour.
597
598Updated: 14Apr94
599
600Small Business Systems, Inc.            <postmaster@anomaly.sbs.com>
601Box 17220, Route 104
602Esmond, RI  02917
603401.273.4669
604
605Rate:   Varies depending on complexity of task.
606        Hourly and fixed-rate contracts are available.
607Programs Supported:     All
608
609Updated: 14Apr94
610
611Julian H. Stacey.  <stacey@freefall.cdrom.com>
612Vector Systems Ltd, Holz Strasse 27d, D 80469 Munich (Muenchen), GERMANY.
613Tel. +49 89 268616  (089 268616 in Germany)  09:00-21:00 Timezone=GMT+01:00
614
615Sources: All FSF/GNU, FreeBSD-current, X-Windows, XFree86, NetBSD, Mach, etc.
616        (Plus various other things, such as, but not limited to:
617          blas blt cflow CAD cnews crypt dvi2lj eispack elm encryption expect
618          ezd f2c flexfax gic gopher info-zip ingres inn jpeg kermit ksh
619          less lha linpack md5 mh mprof mtools mush nntp octave pbmplus
620          popper sather sc schemetoc slurp sml spreadsheet sup tcl tcl-dp
621          tcsh tcx term tex tiff tk top trn unarj ups urt wine xlock xv
622          xview xxgdb zmodem zip zircon zoo zsh.)
623Media:  QIC 1/4" Cartridge 525M, 150M, & 60M, TEAC CAS-60 60M Cassette,
624        CD-ROM, Floppies 1.4M & 1.2 & 720K & 360K. DAT arrangeable.
625        Postal Service C.O.D.(=`Nachnahme') or pre payment available.
626Commercial Consultancy:
627        Custom Designs, Provision & support of FreeBSD or Unix, C, FSF tools,
628        X Windows, own tools, systems engineering, hardware interfacing,
629        multi lingual European, Cyrillic & Chinese tools & systems,
630        Unix, MSDOS, real time etc, communications & scientific & industrial.
631DEUTSCH + FRANCAIS:
632        Man kann mir in Deutsch schreiben, (oder mich anrufen).
633        Je comprend Francais, mais je n'ecris pas des responses en Francais.
634        (Contact me in English, German, or French).
635FREE for Symmetric Computer Systems Model 375 owners:
636        Free Binaries & sources on SCS/375's TEAC 50/60M Cassette, for:
637        GCC-1.40, UUCP-1.4, Ghostscript 2.3, Tar-1.08, Gzip-1.2.2 etc.
638        (Native SCS compiler can't compile GCC on this NSC32016 based BSD4.2)
639On Request:  Resume, Company Profile, Index of public & proprietary tools,
640Rate:   ~120 DM/hour. ~100DM/Cartridge.  (1.5DM = $1 USA = 0.6 UK Pounds @4/'94)
641Short enquiries free. (Kurze Anfragen Ohne Gebuhr).
642
643Updated: 14Jun94
644
645Richard M. Stallman     <rms@prep.ai.mit.edu>
646UUCP:  {mit-eddie,ucbvax,uunet,harvard,uw-beaver}!ai.mit.edu!rms
647545 Tech Sq, Rm 430
648Cambridge, MA 02139
649
650Emacs: anything whatever
651Is anyone interested in courses in using or extending GNU Emacs?
652
653Original inventor of Emacs and main author of GNU Emacs and GCC.
654
655Rates: $6/min or $250/hr.
656
657Updated: 14Apr94
658
659JoS-Ware Comp Tech      Johan Svensson <support@spird.jos.ec.lu.se>
660Box 739
661220 07 LUND
662SWEDEN
663Tel +46-46-104505 (Dept. of Economics, University of LUND)
664Fax +46-46-188445 (JoS-Ware Comp Tech)
665
666What:   We offer consulting services regarding installation,
667        customization, troubleshooting, porting and integration
668        of all free software, including GNU software.
669
670Spec.:  Network integration, integration of public domain software
671        into commercial systems, WorldWideWeb, C, X-Windows, Linux,
672        networked information systems
673
674How:    Remote login over internet, email, modem, phone, personal
675        visits (in southern Sweden mainly)
676
677Rates:  550SEK (+ tax) per hour within Sweden
678        370SEK (+ tax) per hour within Sweden for educational org.
679        US $90 per hour outside Sweden
680        US $70 per hour outside Sweden for educational org.
681        Note: fees may vary and special arrangements may be considered
682
683Entered: 7Apr94
684
685Kayvan Sylvan <kayvan@satyr.Sylvan.COM>
686Sylvan Associates
687879 Lewiston Drive
688San Jose, CA 95136
689Phone: 408-978-1407
690
691I will help you port, install and customize GNU Emacs, GCC, G++,
692bison, and other GNU tools on almost any architechture and operating
693system. Questions answered. GNU C and lisp hacking available. I will
694also do ongoing support and periodic upgrades if you get on my GNU
695software subscription list.
696
697Rates: $60-$100/hour, depending on type of work. Substantial discounts
698for long-term contracts and also for educational or non-profit
699institutions.
700
701Experience: Many different Unix systems (2.9BSD to 4.4BSD, SVR3 and
702SVR4, Linux, Xenix). Systems programming and system administration on all
703brands of Unix. Kernel hacking experience. Lots of porting experience.
704I can port anything to anything (within reason).
705
706Updated: 14Apr94
707
708Leonard H. Tower Jr.    <tower@prep.ai.mit.edu>
70936 Porter Street
710Somerville, MA  02143, USA
711+1 (617) 623-7739
712
713Will work on most GNU software.
714Installation, handholding, trouble shooting, extensions, teaching.
715
716Rates: 100.00/hour + travel expenses.  Negotiable for non-profits.
717
718Experience: Have hacked on over a dozen architectures in many languages.  Have
719system mothered several varieties of Unixes.  Assisted rms with the front end
720of gcc and it's back-end support.  Resume available on request.
721
722Entered: 14Apr94
723
724UrbanSoft AO  <info@usoft.spb.su>
72568 Malooktinskii Prospect
726St. Petersburg, Russia  195272
727
728Custom GhostScript and TeX programming by e-mail.
729Database documents, directories, standard forms.
730
731UrbanSoft uses a portion of its revenues to contribute
732diskette distributions of GNU software to Russian
733universities (most of which lack FTP access).
734
735Rates: 30,000 rubles (currently USD 16.80) per hour.
736       Fixed rate contracts also possible.
737       Payable by bank transfer.
738
739Updated: 20Apr94
740
741noris network
742Matthias Urlichs
743Schleiermacherstrasse 12
74490491 Nuernberg
745Germany
746Phone: +49 911 9959621
747Fax: +49 911 5980150
748<info@noris.de>
749http://info.noris.de/ (German)
750
751Expertise:
752  OS internals, esp. Linux and BSD, esp. device drivers
753  Network protocol / program design and coding
754  Utilities coding and maintainance
755  Program debugging, testing
756  User interface design and testing
757  Several programming and tool languages
758
759Services:
760  Installation, debugging, enhancement, distribution,
761    for all kinds of free software.
762  System administration for most Unix-like systems.
763  Email, Fax, phone, and in-person consulting (and/or "question answering").
764  Remote support and system monitoring (over the Internet),
765  Update service (new tools tested and installed automagically)
766  Internet access
767
768Rates:
769  DM 110 (~$70) per hour
770  Support contracts start at DM 170/month + DM 30/supported system.
771  Willing to travel for sufficiently large jobs.
772  Rates don't include taxes.
773
774Entered: 16Aug94
775
776Joe Wells <jbw@cs.bu.edu>
777Postal Address:
778  care of: Boston University Computer Science Department
779  111 Cummington Street, Room 138
780  Boston, Massachusetts 02215
781Work Telephone: (617) 353-3381 (sorry, but no answering machine or voice mail)
782Home Telephone: (617) 739-7456 (until August 1995)
783Finger "jbw@cs.bu.edu" for up-to-date contact information.
784
785Experience:
786    I have B.A. and M.A. degrees in Computer Science and have completed
787    all but the dissertation for a Ph.D. in C.S.  My research for my
788    Ph.D.  is in the areas of logic, type systems, and programming
789    language theory.  My primary programming languages are Emacs Lisp,
790    Perl, and Bourne shell, but of course I can program in any language.
791    I have written numerous Emacs Lisp packages.  I started the USENET
792    "List of Frequently Asked Questions about GNU Emacs with Answers" and
793    maintained it for more than two years.  Most of my work has been
794    related to the telephone system (modems, voice mail, etc.), but I am
795    not limited to that.  Send e-mail for my complete resume or curriculum
796    vita.
797
798Programs supported:
799    GNU Emacs and Taylor UUCP:
800      Installation, training, customization, bug fixing, troubleshooting,
801      extension, development, porting, or answering any kind of question.
802    Any other GNU program:
803      The same things, but I don't necessarily have huge amounts of
804      experience with the particular program.
805
806Working conditions:
807    I am usually available for part-time work (less than 20 hours per week
808    including any travel time).  I can sometimes make time for full-time
809    work for a month or two; please inquire.  I can either work in or near
810    Boston or via the Internet or via telephone; travel outside the Boston
811    metropolitan area can be negotiated.  My schedule is very flexible.
812    Any programs I write will normally have the copying conditions of the
813    GNU General Public License; this is negotiable.
814
815Rates: $65/hour as an independent contractor.
816       travel and telephone expenses.
817       higher rates if extensive travel is required.
818
819Updated: 27Sep94.
820
821Herb Wood
822phone: 1-415-789-7173
823email: <ru@ccnext.ucsf.edu>
824
825I'm a better "planner" than I am a hacker.  A really good hacker will be able
826to keep many pieces of information in their short-term memory and to memorize
827new pieces of information at a fast rate.  This is not my strong point.
828Rather, I excel in domains that require knowledge of the slightly more
829theoretical parts of computer science --for example, logic, formal methods of
830program development, and functional programming.  I can write, and I have
831"tutoring" (teaching one-on-one) experience, an, unlike some programmers,
832I enjoy doing these things.
833
834I have spend a lot of time looking at the Emacs Lisp sources and customizing
835Emacs and VM.  I think I can customize Emacs and its packages quickly and
836effectively.
837
838Entered: 30Jul95
839
840Yggdrasil Computing, Inc./ Freesoft, Inc.       <info@yggdrasil.com>
8414880 Stevens Creek Blvd. Ste. 205
842San Jose, CA  95129
843(408) 261-6630
844(800) 261 6630
845
846Updated: 14Apr94
847
848
849For a current copy of this directory, or to have yourself listed, ask:
850        gnu@prep.ai.mit.edu
851
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