Marcelo Tosatti in Porto Alegre, April 2006.
|Born||1983 (age 29–30)
Marcelo Wormsbecker Tosatti is a Linux kernel developer. He became the maintainer of the stable 2.4 kernel series in November 2001 when he was 18 years old, replacing Alan Cox. He released stable version 2.4.16 on November 26, and ultimately passed on maintainership for the 2.4 kernel series to Willy Tarreau on July 27, 2006 following the release of 2.4.33-rc3.
He was brought up in Curitiba, Brazil and worked for Conectiva for six years, during which time he became involved in kernel programming. In July 2003 he moved to Porto Alegre where he was working for Cyclades Corporation. Since May 2006, Marcelo is working for Red Hat.
As of Linux kernel 3.7.0, Tosatti is listed as a co-maintainer of Kernel-based Virtual Machine with Gleb Natapov.
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- LWN.net: Patch: Linux v2.4.33-rc3 (and a new v2.4 maintainer), http://lwn.net/Articles/193229/
- "Cyclades' Open Source Leadership Continues with CeBIT Panel Appearance". Cyclades. May 25, 2004.
- Jeremy Andrews (December 22, 2003). "Interview: Marcelo Tosatti". KernelTrap.
- 2.4 Maintainer Marcelo Tosatti Answers Your Questions Slashdot
- Robert McMillan (March 1, 2002). "Interview: Linus's latest lieutenant". IBM DeveloperWorks/Linux Magazine.
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