Greg Kroah-Hartman at SUSE Offices in Nuremberg
Greg Kroah-Hartman is a Linux kernel developer. He is the current[update] Linux kernel maintainer for the
-stable branch, the staging subsystem, USB, driver core, debugfs, kref, kobject, and the sysfs kernel subsystems, Userspace I/O (with Hans J. Koch) and TTY layer. He is also the maintainer of the linux-hotplug and created the udev projects. Additionally, he helps to maintain the Gentoo Linux packages for these programs, and helps with the kernel package. He worked for Novell in the SUSE Labs division and, as of 1 February 2012[update], works at the Linux Foundation. He is currently[when?] working full time on the Linux Driver Project.
He is a co-author of Linux Device Drivers (3rd Edition) and author of Linux Kernel in a Nutshell, and used to be a contributing editor for Linux Journal. He also contributes articles to LWN.net, the computing news site.
Kroah-Hartman frequently helps in the documentation of the kernel and driver development through talks and tutorials. In 2006, he released a CD image of material to introduce a programmer to working on Linux device driver development.
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