Luis Cañas-Díaz

Madrid, Spain

Co-founder and Chief Development Engineer at Bitergia


  • Kat Walsh

    Gūshdūn, Iran

    Wikimedia board member, JD, tech policy nerd, classical musician, recreational geek.

  • Rousinopoulos Athanasios-Ilias

    Madrid, Spain

    openSUSE Ambassador openSUSE Medical Project Leader

  • bitergia

    Bitergia is a company with expertise in analysing open source communities and in software forges adoption from a business perspective.

  • Free Software Foundation

    Boston, United States

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  • Franck Villaume

    TrivialDev founder, opensource contributor.

  • Roberto Di Cosmo

    Paris, France

  • Christine Spang

    Cambridge, United States

    I climb trees barefoot.

  • Laura Arjona Reina

    Madrid, Spain

    Trying to live according to the Golden Rule. Studying, using and promoting Libre Software (Software that respects your freedom)

  • Stefano Zacchiroli

    Paris, France

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

  • Lydia Pintscher

    Karlsruhe, Germany

    cat herder by nature, people geek, Free Software and Free Culture girl

  • Adriaan de Groot

    Dronten, Netherlands

    Python hacker, KDE dude and some-time Free Software legal wrangler

  • 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: →


    Gitorious provides open source infrastructure for hosting open source projects that use Git.


    Free software collaboration and project hosting from the friendly folks at Canonical.

  • gvSIG project

    gvSIG is the free Geographical Information System (GIS) of the Valencian Government

  • Roberto Calvo

  • Olivier Berger


    Read my FOAF if you dare

  • Gijs Hillenius

    Journalist focusing on sustainability of government IT, vendor-independence & use of free and open source software by public administrations