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Liam Greenwood

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Lesley Hughes

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Martin Kealey

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Bill Parkin

Born June 1951, Bill is a network consultant with Tech-Tonics Group Ltd. He has experience with PCs, mini-computers and Unix systems. He also has extensive familiarity with LANs as multiprotocol networks, using routing to create MANs and WANs. He recently completed over nine years with Telecom NZ Ltd, during which time he developed/operated internal IP network services in the Wellington region as Network Administrator and was postmaster@telecom.co.nz. Also in this time he developed and supported a variety of software systems. Prior to that he was a PC support analyst with the Wang Business Centre and a Senior Programmer with Procom Software Ltd. He has trained in COBOL as well as being a solo shift operator for Data Control Ltd bureau on Burroughs B500 and B1860 machines.

As well as being on the board of UniForum NZ Inc., he is on the committee of the Astronautics Association of NZ Inc. He has a small fleet of kayaks for flat water use, and maintains the private internet site 'hugpar.gen.nz', mostly using Linux. A weekly table-tennis session is held in the garage at Lesley's and his property which looks out over Wilton Bush and the bird life there.

Philip Plane

Philip is a Unix systems administrator who has been working in the education, government, and commercial sectors since 1985.

Carl Armstrong

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Sue Leader

Sue's bio is available from InternetNZ

Donald Neal

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Digby Taylor

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Rob Pascoe

Rob is a chartered accountant and partner in the Hamilton accounting firm of Koppens Pascoe. He has been a board member and Treasurer of UniForum NZ since incorporation in 1984. He was elected as Secretary/Treasurer in 1987. Though he has been an extremely keen and valuable member of the group, it was only in 1994 that the firm got a Unix system.

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