San Francisco, United States
Software Engineer at the Wikimedia Foundation, free software advocate, not-terribly-prolific blogger.
Views are my own unless they aren't.
News from the MediaWiki project. Powering Wikipedia and the Wikimedia movement.
Astoria, United States
Founder of Changeset Consulting. Wife, FLOSS geek, feminist, manager of people & projects, programmer, fanvidder. Recurse Center alumna. She/her. Married to @leonardr.
Director of the Appropedia Foundation (I also manage @appropedia): knowledge sharing for sustainability & development.
A thoroughly imaginary character and personality
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..
Ogden, United States
System administrator and engineer for XMission. Amateur radio ethusiast, Free Software advocate, mathematician and amateur cryptographer.
Service-affecting issues that are happening now or in the next 48 hours.
IT consultant, i18n/L10n junkie
MediaWiki developer, bot API maintainer. Am also on http://twitter.com
Vallemar, United States
Photographer for @Wikipedia. Tech writer for @Wikimedia. Master organizer/optimizer, traveler & physicist. I put things into boxes, I fix stuff and I play Lego.
I'm a reference librarian (day job) and Wikimedia volunteer (night job). My book "How Wikipedia Works" came out in Sept. 2008.
free knowledge - open source software - public radio - IT scientist (engineer) - Wiki[m|p]edian
Portland, Oregon, United States
Wikimedia Lead Software Architect & open source web developer; MediaWiki, StatusNet, and other goodies!
I'm an android client for StatusNet