Lebanon, United States
An ounce of perception – a pound of obscure.
Oslo sentrum, Norway
I'm a leftie, freegan, FLOSS & web 2.0 enthusiast. Climate change is the worst threat humanity has been up against. Why don't we fix it?
Boston, United States
Internet has-been, AOL user.
pre-epoch parasite, post-epoch scavenger
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Human rights, justice and software freedom are things I care about. (Lazy) programmer. Translator (for hire!). PGP: 5A103D8C
San Francisco, United States
Defending your civil liberties in a digital world! Follow us to stay at the forefront of tech policy issues.
originally from Baltimore, MD, USA.
President and Distinguished Technologist at Software Freedom Conservancy. On the Board of Directors of the Free Software Foundation. Generally, a Software Freedom advocate, GPL Enforcer, and Occasional developer..
Depuis 1996, l'April est un acteur majeur de la promotion et de la défense du Logiciel Libre
Jeremy Allison is one of the lead developers on the Samba Team.
City of Westminster, United Kingdom
writer (Rebel Code), journalist, blogger, mostly GNU/Linux, open source, open content; the commons, copyright, patents and digital rights
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Portland, United States
Free Culture and Open Source Software Advocate, Medieval English Literature Geek, Cat Herder Extraodinaire
Global Village, India
Madison, United States
GNU MediaGoblin founder, former Creative Commons software engineer, python hacker, free software enthusiast, maker of weird drawings
(Any pronouns are okay.)
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Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
An optimistic cynic & a tightly coiled spring. Hates freedom for a living.
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