I'm Chris Lamb, aka lamby, a 35-year-old computer programmer.
I am a core team member of the Reproducible Builds project, where I research and implement software supply-chain security. The project has received funding from foundations such as the Open Technology Fund, the Core Infrastructure Initiative amongst many others. In 2019, I was awarded a Google Open Source Peer Bonus for my work in this area.
I have been an official Debian Developer since 2008 and I, was the Debian Project Leader from 2017—2019. I have submitted over 4,000 bugs, have been part several core teams and I have released over 250 security updates as part of the Debian Long Term Support project. Today, I am the release manager of the Lintian static analysis tool that is relied upon by every Debian Developer and maintain a number of common packages, including Redis, Django and Memcached
Elsewhere in open source, I am a director of the Open Source Initiative (OSI) and Software in the Public Interest (SPI), Inc. I'm also the primary author of dozens of free and open source projects and contributor to hundreds of others (such as Tails, etc). I also am the owner of a number of web services such as Ethermap.
Before becoming an independent contractor, I worked as Technical Architect at Playfire.com (acquired) & Thread.com (YCombinator S12). I remain experienced in full-stack web development with a focus on backend development using Python and Django.
The best way to contact me using email, via email@example.com.