Rob Savoye is the primary developer of Gnash. He is a developer for the GNU Project, having worked on Debian, Red Hat and dozens of other free/open source software projects. He was among the first employees of Cygnus Support, which was sold to Red Hat in 2001.
Rob Savoye manages an unofficial website for the Rainbow Family of Living Light.
He resides outside of Nederland, Colorado and is an avid ice climber and outdoorsman. Additionally, Rob is involved in search and rescue of lost and stranded hikers and climbers, and is a founding member of IMSAR (the Ilchester Mountain Search and Rescue organization).
At Libre Planet 2011, Savoye received the individual achievement FSF Award for the advancement of Free Software for his work on Gnash.
- Rob Savoye Home Page
- Welcomehome.org, unofficial homepage of the Rainbow Family of Living Light
- O'Reilly EuroOSCON: Rob Savoye of Gnash (video)
- eokyere interview with Rob Savoye on Gnash
- FLOSS Weekly, Episode 94, November 5th, 2009 - Interview with Rob Savoye on Gnash
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