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sceptreofjudah
gklein
Josh
cstejerean
ashugg
tpherndon
karlstolley
floyd
eddymul
xhae
bitprophet
pydanny
CerealBoy
stephen_mcd
bkonkle
adamv
sceptreofjudah - 5 years
gklein - 18 years
Josh - 1 years
cstejerean - 4 years
ashugg - 14 years
tpherndon - 13 years
karlstolley - 3 years
floyd - 12 years
eddymul - 11 years
xhae - 3 years
bitprophet - 11 years
pydanny - 3 years
CerealBoy - 10 years
stephen_mcd - 10 years
bkonkle - 1 years
adamv - 9 years
1999–2003
2000–
2004–
It's just everywhere it seems.
2004–2007
I'll count CentOS under this category
2004
2005–
2005–2007
OS that ran the Purdue OWL's server for the 2005 redesign.
2006–
2007–
The bane of my existence, insofar as any Linux can be so. Stuck with supporting it part or full time depending on current job & whether they use managed hardware (whose hosts almost always prefer RHEL/CentOS) or cloud computing (where there's usually more flexibility).
2007–
2007–2009
2008–2010
Just a cursory understanding.
2008–
I admin a handful of RHEL servers.
2008–
2009
2009–
AKA CentOS.

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