Zach Copley

Squirrel Town, United States

Dangerous Web Hillbilly


  • Mahesh Asolkar

    Roberts, United States

    Tech enthusiast, musically inclined, web savvy. Work in EDA business.

  • Partimus

    Giving children the world. We share idea, software, and resources in an effort to generate higher quality tools for children worldwide.

  • Libravatar

    Freeing the web, one face at a time!

  • François Marier

    Vancouver, BC

    Free software developer. Moved to

  • Christopher Allan Webber

    Madison, United States

    GNU MediaGoblin founder, former Creative Commons software engineer, python hacker, free software enthusiast, maker of weird drawings See: (Any pronouns are okay.)

  • Dan Lynch

    Liverpool, United Kingdom


  • Support

    Official Support for

  • Jono Bacon

    Ubuntu Community Manager, Author and Musician. For the gory details, see

  • The Tor Project, Inc.

    The Internet

    Anonymity Online

  • Benoît HERVIER

    Saint-Georges-la-Pouge, France

    Python fan ...

  • Henry J. Story

    Saint-Georges-la-Pouge, France

    Working on creating the Secure Social Web using Linked Data. Hacking in Scala. Chair of the WebID Incubator Group

  • DAC

    Montreal, Canada

    Commence project abandon human race.

  • (╯°□°)╯︵ǝןıdɯoɔǝןqnop

    Glen Burnie, United States

    Founder of LibreWorks. An extroverted software engineer, outdoorsman, role-player, and otaku that communicates mostly in movie quotes.

  • Command Line Magic

    Cool Unix/Linux Command Line tricks you can use in 140 characters or less.

  • Diaspora

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

  • Jordon

    Mission Viejo, United States

    Full time PHP/MySQL developer. Open Source enthusiast. I enjoy computers and sports.

  • Peter Saint-Andre

    Patron Saint of Jabber

  • ケー・イチ

    Izumi, Japan

  • Rui Seabra


    Free Software advocate and coder.

  • Defective by Design

    Boston, United States

    A participatory campaign exposing DRM-encumbered devices and media for what they really are: Defective by Design.