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XEmacs Home Page for Stephen Turnbull

This is the XEmacs home page for Stephen Turnbull, one of the developers of XEmacs.

He can be reached at <stephen.turnbull@xemacs.org>, as well as <stephen@xemacs.org> and <turnbull@xemacs.org>.

Stephen lives with his Japanese wife and children in Tsukuba, Japan, where he is a professor of economics at the University of Tsukuba, and occasionally regretting not going to MIT for college, where he surely would have gotten addicted to computers early enough to have learned to actually code.

Well, they also serve who rail 'n' rant.

His personal home page is at http://turnbull.sk.tsukuba.ac.jp/yaseppochi-gumi.html.

Contributions to XEmacs:

Mostly a source of random noise and occasionally useful advice on I18N up until people starting hinting that (2 years after the release of 21.1) it was time for various projects to get pushed into the public eye. Steve was the prime mover behind the release of 21.4.

Since Vin took over the maintainership of 21.4, Steve has featured as janitor and waterboy, handling (more or less) all those administrative tasks that need to get done somehow by somebody---wishing he were coding the whole time.

Steve is maintainer of the edict, mule-ucs, and latin-unity packages, and has contributed quite a bit of documentation, especially for Mule.


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