David MarstonBy Chris Williams. Published: 1st Jun 2004, 20:09:39 | Permalink | Printable
Goodbye.It is with deep regret that we must report the passing of David Marston, who sadly died after a brief fight with cancer. He was aged 28.
Known as 'illudium' to friends online, David was the maintainer of Printers+, participated in efforts to bring Kaffe (the open source Java virtual machine) to RISC OS and also contributed to the GCCSDK project.
As for David's work, we shall be ever grateful for, and our thoughts and condolences are with his family and friends.
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