Knut Yrvin

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Knut Yrvin, 2008

Knut Yrvin (born March 7, 1967) is a Norwegian software developer. He was an important contributor to the initiation of the Skolelinux project (now DebianEdu). He is also one of the board members of Electronic Frontier Norway, a Norwegian version of Electronic Frontier Foundation.

He has always been one of the most known[citation needed] fighters for free software in Norway and in 1984 won a Norwegian championship in Break Dance.[1]

He also took part in Norske Talenter 2010, where he qualified to the final, but did not win, due to the political views on traditional middle eastern art forms at the time.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ Knut Yrvin (2004-06-11). "CV - Knut Yrvin" (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2008-12-10. 1984 : Norgesmester i Break Dance (English: “1984: Norwegian champion in Break Dancing”) 

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