Andrew McMillan

Porirua, New Zealand

Open (Source | Maps | Information | Calendar | Android) Geek


  • F-Droid

    F-Droid is a robot with a passion for Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) on the Android platform.

  • Jon A. Cruz

    Agua Caliente, Mexico

    OpenSource developer, father, color wrangler, inkscape dev

  • Mika

    me = mostly happy.

  • Amaya Rodrigo

    Madrid, Spain

    Debian Developer, EcoFeminist, Cat Lover

  • Debian Project

    Making the universal operating system, free as in freedom. ♥ The Debian account is now fed by the Debian micronews site. Help animating this account: →

  • Jos Poortvliet

    Bernau bei Berlin, Germany

    Hi! I am Jos Poortvliet, community manager at ownCloud. Check my blog if you want to know more.

  • Rodrigo Belem

    Manaus, Brazil

    Open source developer living in the middle of the Amazon Rain Forest.

  • Stefano Zacchiroli

    Paris, France

    Geek, Debian Project Leader 2010-2013, Free Software zealot, Computer Science professor. Italian from Bologna, emigrated to Paris, France

  • Jason White

  • forest mars

    "140 characters is the new haiku" -forest Mars

  • Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer

    Bahía Blanca, Argentina

  • duritong

  • deejoe

    Anytown, USA

    I am.

  • Bradley M. Kuhn

    originally from Baltimore, MD, USA.

  • Bdale Garbee

  • Dave Lane

    Christchurch, New Zealand

    Free/Open Source exponent. Lover of fine food, drink, conversation, and people. Freedom isn't everything, but it's a crucial part.

  • Axel Beckert

    Zurich, Switzerland

    Geek; Sysadmin; Debian, Blosxom, and FreeWRT Developer; Hackerfunker; FSFE Fellow; JAPH; 2CV and CX Driver; Recumbent and Brompton Bicyclist;

  • Jethro Carr

    Kekerengu, New Zealand

    This account is a place holder - follow me on :-)


    Brisbane, Australia

    Yet another GNU/Linux guy. Haiku OS fan, KDE user and accidential web developer.

  • Diaspora

    Diaspora is an awesome, distributed, open source social network in the making from some young hackers at NYU