Jef Poskanzer

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Jeffrey A. Poskanzer
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Occupation computer programmer
Known for pbmplus

Jeffrey A. Poskanzer is a computer programmer. He was the first person to post a weekly FAQ to Usenet[citation needed]. He developed the portable pixmap file format and pbmplus (the precursor to the Netpbm package) to manipulate it.[1] He has also worked on the team that ported A/UX.[2] He has shared in two USENIX Lifetime Achievement Awards – in 1993 for Berkeley Unix, and in 1996 for the Software Tools Project.[citation needed]

He owns the Internet address acme.com (which is notable for receiving over one million e-mail spams a day[3]), which is the home page for ACME Laboratories. It hosts a number of open source software projects; major projects maintained include both pbmplus and thttpd.

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  1. ^ "Netpbm History". Retrieved September 11, 2016. 
  2. ^ "Jef Poskanzer's Web Page". Retrieved September 11, 2016. 
  3. ^ "Mail Filtering - Introduction". acme.com. Retrieved 2016-09-16. 

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