San Francisco, United States
Software Engineer at the Wikimedia Foundation, free software advocate, not-terribly-prolific blogger.
Montreal hacker and entrepreneur. Founder of identi.ca, lead developer of pump.io, CEO of E14N Inc.
Nishitokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Making the world a better place through free software, decentralized, autonomous media hosting.
Ann Arbor, MI United States
Hack and modder, free software ideologue, and practitioner of general tomfoolery.
originally from Baltimore, MD, USA.
Supporters of the Defective By Design campaign against Digital Restrictions Management (DRM).
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
Photographer for @Wikipedia. Tech writer for @Wikimedia. Master organizer/optimizer, traveler & physicist. I put things into boxes, I fix stuff and I play Lego.
A thoroughly imaginary character and personality
Licensing nerd who also likes noisy music and cooking at home. GNU MediaGoblin community person and OpenHatch supporter.
Autodidact-polyglot-hacker, GNU MediaGoblin contributor.
I'm a computer science student at Northeastern University. I'm also an avid Wikipedian.