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Timothy Robert Ansell

Tim Ansell, who uses the handle Mithro, has been a participant of the Open Embedded project, an open source project, since its inception. He currently maintains three packages in the project including python-pygame, ScummVM and a few multimedia packages. As a third year student at the University of Adelaide, Tim is combining study of Engineering (Information Technology and Telecommunications) with Cognitive Science in Philosophy. His studies have furthered his interest in Artificial Intelligence and large networking applications. Tim has worked professionally with Linux for the past 4 years. His roles have included system administration in both large and small-scale environments and coding in both lead and member positions. Committed to open source, Tim is also currently involved with other open source projects. These include: the Thousand Parsec (http://www.thousandparsec.net) project, where he is the project leader; the WorldForge (http://www.worldforge.org) project and community; and he also participates in the pygame (http://www.pygame.org) community. Tim ran a FIXIT session on the topic of “Linux Hand Held Devices” which came in third in the competition at the Linux Conference in Adelaide in 2004.

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