We’re getting close to handing over our download logs to our judges for our Guinness World Record attempt. We’re very lucky and honored to have Paul Vixie of the Internet Systems Consortium and Corey Shields of Indiana University.
Here is a little background on them both:
Paul Vixie has been contributing to Internet protocols and UNIX systems as a protocol designer and software architect since 1980, and was a cofounder of ISC in 1994. Early in his career, he developed and introduced SENDS, proxynet, rtty, cron and other lesser-known tools. Paul is considered the primary modern author and technical architect of BIND8, the most commonly used DNS server on the Internet.
Corey Shields is the Lead Systems Analyst for the High Performance Systems group in University Information Technology Services at Indiana University. Corey has had a long history as an open source software user, advocate, and contributor. He has made contributions to many open source projects including Mozilla and the Gentoo Linux distribution, and spent a couple of years managing the Open Source Lab (OSL) at Oregon State University.
Currently, Corey is working with a team of administrators on the BigRed supercomputer at Indiana University. BigRed is the 42nd fastest supercomputer in the world, and relies on open source software to operate and produce results for researchers across the country.
A huge thanks to them for supporting our effort!