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(Ward Vandewege)
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I'm a (part-time) sysadmin for the [http://www.fsf.org Free Software Foundation]. We have a [http://www.fsf.org/campaigns/free-bios.html Campaign for a free BIOS], because  a Free BIOS is essential to achieve true computing freedom.
 
I'm a (part-time) sysadmin for the [http://www.fsf.org Free Software Foundation]. We have a [http://www.fsf.org/campaigns/free-bios.html Campaign for a free BIOS], because  a Free BIOS is essential to achieve true computing freedom.
  
Where possible, we only buy hardware capable of running coreboot. Currently, we are standardizing on AMD-based systems: we have some Tyan servers, a bunch of Gigabyte M57SLI-S4 based machines, and a few PC Engines ALIX boards.
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Where possible, we only buy hardware capable of running coreboot. Currently, we are standardizing on AMD-based systems: in terms of servers we have some Tyan systems and more recently we've purchased a Silicon Mechanics A236 server. We also have a bunch of Gigabyte M57SLI-S4 based machines, and a few PC Engines ALIX boards.
  
 
You can reach me at ward@gnu.org.
 
You can reach me at ward@gnu.org.

Revision as of 21:47, 20 April 2008

Ward Vandewege

I'm a (part-time) sysadmin for the Free Software Foundation. We have a Campaign for a free BIOS, because a Free BIOS is essential to achieve true computing freedom.

Where possible, we only buy hardware capable of running coreboot. Currently, we are standardizing on AMD-based systems: in terms of servers we have some Tyan systems and more recently we've purchased a Silicon Mechanics A236 server. We also have a bunch of Gigabyte M57SLI-S4 based machines, and a few PC Engines ALIX boards.

You can reach me at ward@gnu.org.