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XEmacs Home Page for Jamie Zawinski

This is the XEmacs home page for Jamie Zawinski, one of the developers of XEmacs.

So much to do, so little time.

Jamie Zawinski was primarily to blame for Lucid Emacs from its inception in 1991, to 1994 when Lucid Inc. finally died. After that, he was one of the initial employees of Netscape Communications, writing the first Unix version of Netscape Navigator, and designing and implementing the first version of the Netscape Mail and News readers. He then helped create and run mozilla.org for its first two years, until America Online bought Netscape Communications, at which point he gave up in disgust and dropped out of the computer industry entirely.

He now runs a nightclub in San Francisco, and occasionally writes screen savers.

His personal home page is at http://www.jwz.org/.

Contributions to XEmacs:

Creator and maintainer of Lucid Emacs (the predecessor of XEmacs), from 1991 through mid-1994.


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