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Martin Michlmayr (tbm) - 8 years ago 2014-10-30 16:29:41
Remove Loïc Dachary from the eval committee

Loïc is on a leave of absence from the eval committee.
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Sales Engineering and has been the Fedora Engineering Manager since 2008.
He served three consecutive elected terms on the Fedora Board from 2007 to
2011. Tom also maintains or co-maintains a large number of Packages in
Fedora (currently 390) and is leading the Fedora Packaging Committee,
responsible for RPM Packaging Standards and Practices.  Additionally, he is
responsible for managing Fedora's Legal issues.  Tom frequently represents
Fedora and Free Software at conferences around the world, and tries his
best not to make too big of a fool of himself.</p>

<p>When not working, Tom enjoys geocaching, ice hockey, gaming, science
fiction, and pinball.</p>

<h2>Lo&iuml;c Dachary</h2>

<p>Lo&iuml;c Dachary has been involved with the Free Software Movement since
1987, when he started distributing GNU tapes to the general public in
France. In 2012, he founded <a href="">Upstream
University</a>, a nonprofit with the goal of teaching developers how to
contribute easily and efficiently. Dachary volunteers as a developer
for <a href="">April</a>, a grassroots organization
promoting Free Software. He maintains April's OpenStack cluster and organizes
contributions with agile methods. As President
of <a href="">FSF France</a>, he also provides technical
and legal resources to French Free Software developers. His day job is to use
and contribute to <a href="">Ceph</a> within OpenStack.</p>

<h2>Mark Galassi</h2>

<p>Mark Galassi has been involved in the GNU project since 1984. He
currently works as a researcher in the International, Space, and Response
division at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where he has worked on the
HETE-2 satellite, ISIS/Genie, the Raptor telescope, the Swift satellite,
and the muon tomography project. In 1997 Mark took a couple of years off
from Los Alamos (where he was previously in the ISR division and the
Theoretical Astrophysics group) to work for Cygnus (now a part of Red Hat)
writing software and books for eCos, although he continued working on the
HETE-2 satellite (an astrophysical Gamma Ray Burst mission) part time. Mark
earned his BA in Physics at Reed College and a PhD from the Institute for
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