Andrew Pam has decades of experience in the computer industry. He has been involved with computer communications technology since the early 1980s and the Internet since the early 1990s developing and debugging software, designing and deploying networks and actively participating in a variety of working groups and international research organisations, including a series of presentations at international conferences since 1996.
He has been following developments in hypermedia and hypertext, content management and online publishing, file systems, distributed systems, peer-to-peer networking and global intellectual property law for many years. He is an active advocate of Free and Open Source software and free speech rights, including marching in the "Free Dmitry" protest in San Francisco in August 2001.
His full resume and other online publications are available at: www.sericyb.com.au
Andrew served on the EFA Board from 2002 to 2017.