Jon A. Cruz

Agua Caliente, Mexico

OpenSource developer, father, color wrangler, inkscape dev


  • Texas Linux Fest

  • Joshua Gay

    New Haven, CT. USA.

    I'm interested in free software & free textbooks. I live in New Haven, CT USA.

  • Matt Lee

    Boston, United States

    Internet has-been, AOL user.

  • Aaron Williamson

    Free Software lawyer, developer, tinkerer.

  • Michael R. Bernstein

    Albuquerque, United States

    Python web developer and consultant, science-fiction fan, American-Israeli dual national. Code for America Fellow.

  • Free Software Foundation

    Boston, United States

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  • ❌

    Hong Kong or Sweden

    Saving the world by solving first-world problems. Moved to .

  • chromatic

    Roberts, United States

    I never capitalize my nom de plume.

  • Kipngetich Ibrahim Ngeno

    Nairobi, Kenya

    Facebook over Myspace, Twitter over Facebook, Identica over Twitter. Any day, Everyday! Head codemonkey at

  • Creative Commons

    Yr usin' my license!

  • Dave Crossland

    East Parley, United Kingdom

    Freeing fonts.

  • Pierros Papadeas

  • Manufactura Independente

    Cavaco, Portugal

    Libre graphics & design research studio.

  • Sidney Charles Witherjay

    Montreal, Canada

    For varying degrees of "Paulson"

  • rahul garg

    Montreal, Canada


  • Richard Fontana

    Native New Yorker/Brooklynite, now in exile

    IAAL. Views in dents solely mine & not those of any past|present employer|client. Fear not the long con!

  • Debian Art

    Universal City, United States is a repository of artwork done for Debian and compatible with Debian Policy.

  • O'Reilly Open Source Convention

    Portland, United States

    O'Reilly Open Source Convention, the crossroads of all things open source.

  • Yemanjalisa

    Saint-Georges-la-Pouge, France

    Designer graphique, formatrice, auteur, facilitatrice

  • The Ada Initiative

    Global Village, India

    Supporting women in open technology and culture