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The Itojun Service Award 2010. The Itojun Service Award. Dr. Jun-ichiro Hagino, known as “itojun” or “The IPv6 Samurai”, passed away in 2007, aged just 37. a true hacker (KAME IPv6/IPsec, etc) who loved computers, programming, music and food. The award

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the itojun service award
The Itojun Service Award
  • Dr. Jun-ichiro Hagino, known as “itojun” or “The IPv6 Samurai”, passed away in 2007, aged just 37.
    • a true hacker (KAME IPv6/IPsec, etc) who loved computers, programming, music and food.
  • The award
    • was established by itojun’s family and friends, and is administrated by ISOC.
    • recognizes and commemorates itojun’s extraordinary dedication to IPv6 development.
    • aims at encouraging pragmatic contributions to IPv6 development and deployment in the spirit of serving the Internet.
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The 2010 Itojun Service Award
  • Goes to

Bjoern A. Zeeb (FreeBSD)

    • For his dedicated implementation work in making IPv6 a first class citizen in the open source UNIX world
    • His continuing efforts to improve IPv6 in FreeBSD include
      • Leadership in IPv6 development
      • Practical engineering work to improve and secure the IPv6 stack
      • Making the “jail” virtualization work with IPv6
      • Enabling IPv6-only kernel