Updated: 09/15/2017 by Computer Hope
Name: Alan Cox
Born: July 22, 1968, in Solihull, England
- British computer programmer who became heavily involved in the development of the 2.2 branch of the Linux kernel.
- Worked for Red Hat from 1999 - 2009.
- Been involved in the GNOME and X.Org projects, and was the main developer of AberMUD.
Honors and awards
- Recipient of the Free Software Foundation's 2003 Award for the Advancement of Free Software at the FOSDEM conference in Brussels.
- Lifetime achievement award at the LinuxWorld awards in London.