Mark Holmquist

San Francisco, United States

Software Engineer at the Wikimedia Foundation, free software advocate, not-terribly-prolific blogger.


  • Evan Prodromou

    Montreal, Canada

    Montreal hacker and entrepreneur. Founder of, lead developer of, CEO of E14N Inc.

  • veleiro

  • Douglas Perkins

    Nishitokyo, Tokyo, Japan

  • GNU MediaGoblin

    Making the world a better place through free software, decentralized, autonomous media hosting.

  • zach wick

    Ann Arbor, MI United States

    Hack and modder, free software ideologue, and practitioner of general tomfoolery.

  • Bradley M. Kuhn

    originally from Baltimore, MD, USA.

  • joeyh

    deepest appalachia

  • Defective by Design

    Supporters of the Defective By Design campaign against Digital Restrictions Management (DRM).

  • phoebe ayers

    I'm a reference librarian (day job) and Wikimedia volunteer (night job). My book "How Wikipedia Works" came out in Sept. 2008.

  • Manuel Schneider


    free knowledge - open source software - public radio - IT scientist (engineer) - Wiki[m|p]edian

  • Guillaume Paumier

    Toulouse, France

    Photographer for @Wikipedia. Tech writer for @Wikimedia. Master organizer/optimizer, traveler & physicist. I put things into boxes, I fix stuff and I play Lego.

  • Erik Moeller

  • Amgine

    A thoroughly imaginary character and personality

  • Mark A. Hershberger

  • freedeb


    Licensing nerd who also likes noisy music and cooking at home. GNU MediaGoblin community person and OpenHatch supporter.

  • maiki

  • asheeshlaroia

  • paul

  • Joar Wandborg


    Autodidact-polyglot-hacker, GNU MediaGoblin contributor.

  • GorillaWarfare

    Boston, Massachusetts

    I'm a computer science student at Northeastern University. I'm also an avid Wikipedian.