Professional biography

Anton McClure is an IT Services technician and student at the University of Akron, and a card-carrying member of both the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Free Software Foundation.

He has administered servers since 2014, typically using free software POSIX compliant operating systems such as GNU/Linux and FreeBSD, along with Microsoft Windows Server in the past. A good example of one of these machines is the private shell account server on lambda among other things, as a part of the Aperture Services Project started in 2023. He currently works at the University of Akron's Information Technology Services with the IT User Services team. He also attends classes towards a Bachelor's of Science in Computer Information Systems, and has previously completed the requirements for an Associate of Applied Business, also in Computer Information Systems.

McClure has also volunteered to maintain different web sites and utilities. Some of the HTML and software code he has written runs on several web sites ranging from the top 20,000 to the top 100. McClure plans to continue making further contributions to some of web sites and servers for the foreseeable future. He is also the maintainer of GNUtrition, a free nutrition analysis software written for the GNU operating system. He has also worked with several people from the Free Software Foundation, the GNU project, among other free software organizations and supporters, and plans to continue doing so.

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Last updated: Thu Jun 13 15:11:09 EDT 2024