Mitch Bradley

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Mitch Bradley is the inventor of Open Firmware, which was first developed at Sun Microsystems in 1988 and used by Sun, Apple, IBM and the One Laptop per Child (OLPC) XO. Bradley served as the chairman of the Open Firmware Working Group which created the IEEE 1275 standard.

In 2006 Sun Microsystems made their proprietary version Open Boot open source and Bradley made Open Firmware open source. Also, he began porting Open Firmware to the OLPC XO-1 machine. He is currently responsible for the firmware at OLPC. [1]

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