Jose E. Marchesi
GNU hacker and maintainer.
Member of the GNU Advisory Committee.
Founder of GNU Spain back in 1999.
Current maintainer of sed, recutils, ferret.
Past maintainer of gv and ghostscript.
Maintainer of the SPARC and BPF ports of binutils.
Maintainer of the SPARC port of elfutils.
Contributor to many GNU programs and other free software projects.
Tech Lead of the Toolchain Team at Oracle Inc.
eBPF support in the GNU Toolchain
This talk covers the ongoing effort about adding eBPF support to the GNU Toolchain. eBPF is a virtual machine running within the Linux kernel; initially intended for user-level packet capture and filtering, eBPF has since been generalized to also serve as a general-purpose infrastructure for non-networking purposes.
GNU poke, an extensible editor for structured binary data
GNU poke is a new interactive editor for binary data. Not limited to editing basic entities such as bits and bytes, it provides a full-fledged procedural, interactive programming language designed to describe data structures and to operate on them.