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You can ask him assembly-related questions as well, but as a rule it is a good idea to use mailing list for this purpose.
The history of Linux Assembly is available in russian language only.
Dragan Stancevic' assistance is invaluable. He did all graphics and initial design of the site, and is helping a lot with administrative/finance tasks.
Karsten Scheibler contributed a series of articles dealing with various aspects of Linux-specific assembly programming.
Finally, thanks to: