Formerly, one of a group responsible for the administrative interface to TNAS (for TAS - network OS emulating Windows, Netware and Mac file service). Formerly published by Syntax [2 ], but since the acquisition, by LSI Logic [1 ].
TNAS is about 70,000 lines of TCL providing a web interface to a set of programs and APIs to manage the TAS software. Building it has been the most fun I've had in a long time! And get this: it's built in TCL 7.6, which has proved more than adequate for anything we've needed. We're upgrading now (to help smooth the transition if we turn it over to a new group); and the upgrade has been pleasantly painless.
Currently, income-free and willing to pitch in!
Boy is that old! Currently (it's 8/2007; since 9/2006) working as a web developer, with no more involvement in TCL other than being interested in how it matures (and in my mind, in some good, but many unfortunate ways).
If I ever have something to say on the wiki, I'll be HJ.
Find me at mailto:[email protected] .