Ken Manheimer has been a prominent software developer of Zope and GNU Mailman who worked for NIST, CNRI, Digital Creations and Zope Corporation, and SpiderOak. He's been listed by Guido van Rossum together with Barry Warsaw as the probable inventor of the term Benevolent Dictator For Life (during his CNRI tenure).
- "computers usefulness is ridiculously improbable. you can quote me."
- "Feasting on life with veteran programmer Ken Manheimer".
- "An Interview with Paul Everitt and Ken Manheimer of Digital Creations, publishers of Zope".
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