My name is Rich Salz. I have been working at Akamai Technologies for about a decade. I’ve been using and contributing to OpenSSL for a couple of decades; for a few years I was on the project team. I’m now disenchanted with its governance and am helping my employer look for alternatives. I am active in the IETF. My Twitter handle is @RichSalz. Here’s a recent picture, on the right.
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