Colin Walters is a member of the desktop team at Red Hat. He has been
an active member of the free software community for several years,
contributing to projects such as GNOME, GNU Emacs, SELinux, and
Debian. At Red Hat now, he concentrates on Fedora development, where
among other things, he has been maintaining most of the desktop
multimedia software, assisting with SELinux integration, and working
on the GNOME printing infrastructure.
He has always been interested in security and cryptography, but this
interest crystallized when his server was cracked by a "white-hat"
Debian developer. After that he discovered SELinux, and contributed
several policies and patches for core tools, and ported Russell
Coker's Debian packages to the Linux 2.6-based SELinux. His most
recent SELinux work involves the converting Linux desktop into