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Usersort iconCountryExpertise/Interests
kdavidsonUnited Kingdom
kennethmsiskaMalawiNon governmental organization, ICT Advocacy and ICT-related initiatives.
Kerry SantoUnited Kingdom
KLS DIneshSri Lanka- Open Source software developer using PHP5, mysql (SCJP certified) - Currently appointed as System / Network Administrator of Sri Lanka, NAVY
krisdevIndiaICT & e-Governance
kumarpatnamIndiaacademic research on development and diffusion of FLOSS in India
LarryPascoUnited Statesart,health.hiv/aids/hep-c,drug policy
lee shoeUnited Statessoftware professional; student of gnu linux; student of political philosophy, history of property law
leoburdUnited Statessoftware development, youth participation, social empowerment
lgliraPeru
lguerinFranceIT, software development ( Java, AJAX, frameworks, Java development industrialization, Open Source )
lindaUnited Statesproject management in Operation area for a pharma company
linuxgirlieUnited Kingdom
majillPhilippinesEducational Technology FOSS Computer Networks
Mansoor ArshadPakistanExperience in Networks & Database (Oracle 8i,9i & 10g). Including designing, implementation and troubleshooting. Proficiency and understanding in Linux,Windows NT Servers,Windows 2000 Servers,Windows 2003 Servers,Routers, Switches and related underlying technologies and protocols.
markroestUnited States3-E Sustainability: oneVillage Initiative & G.I.S. applic.s Natural energy, building, agric. & health
Martin RizziMexicocottage industry handcraft jewelry production: folkloric dancing, music, movie production; creating a Renaissance, for real, right now.
Martin von Hall...Denmarkit-law
mbashirSudan
mbauwensThailandarts & culture, media communication The Foundation for Peer to Peer Alternatives researches, documents, and promotes peer to peer alternatives, which include expressions of the 1) open and free; 2) participatory; 3) and commons-oriented paradigms.
mblafkinUnited States
mdanishkhanPakistanInformation technology, Computer Hardware and Networks.
merikNetherlandsinternet web startup, software and chip development, science institute, educational institute
meskaruneUnited Statesnon-profit, networking, web design
mfaridazisIndonesiamedia communication, software development, knowledge management
MichelleSouth AfricaContent digitisation and training- education Website design Corporate training
mkinyuaKenyaICT, Digital Divide, business
mmaheVanuatuLinux/Windows System and Network Administrator
molelugbBotswanaI am in the education sector heading the Educational Technology Unit of Centre for Academic Development in the University of Botswana. My Unit is charged with the responsibility of implementing eLearning in the University and for four years now we have been using a proprietary platform( WebCT) which is increasingly becoming too expensive for us as a universitry in a developing country. I have set up a working group to advice the university on the possibilities of using an open source platform. I hope joining this platform will accord us an opportunity to learn more about the requirements of an open source.
MSCFPakistanCivil Society Organisation working in Rural and urban areas for uplfitment and empowerment.
Neil McEvoyUnited KingdomI am primarily interested in how open source can be applied for Social Enterprise purposes, to tackle poverty and other challenges.
nikilambropoulosUnited KingdomOnline education
opencafeSouth Africaopen source advocacy, open source internet cafe, open content materials
Pamela McLeanUnited KingdomEducation/training (especially ICT for teachers). Collaboration between "bandwidth rich" and "bandwidth challenged" individuals and communities (especially UK and rural Nigeria). Grassroots led ICT4Ed and ICT4Development.
PaulDubeUnited StatesCorporate business systems, reducing cost & increasing security; multi-platform use to achieve balance & eliminate friction.
pdaoudPalestineNetwork/LINUX Administrator, Web Developer (PHP/MySQL), Graphic Designer
Pedro.PalhotoPortugal
Peter JonesUnited KingdomHealth, Social Care, Informatics, Education, Pantology
PrasBelgiumUnique global projects, Technologies, Computers, political and social technologies, media technologies, Future Mining, Knowledge creation, project design Civilisational Engineering , Architecture, Internet, Economy Emergent artforms , Therapy, hybridisation, heart
prateek.agrwalIndiaComputer Sc. Student
praveen kumar v...IndiaKnowledge Mangement,Content Management, Professional Chess
RANGA BABUIndiarunning National level not for profit organisation 'AWARD' AND interest is social service and fund raising.
ratemBrazil-Industry: research and education -Areas of research and consulting: FOS-ERP, Enterprise Content Management, Decision Support Systems, FOSS in Government and e-Government
rde326United StatesSoftware development Computer telephony
rfitzgeraldAustraliaICT integration in education, application of collaborative technologies to teaching, learning and capacity-building, understanding learning in online communities of practice Psychology of individual differences in relation to learning and computer-based instruction Research and evaluation methods particularly technology-based methods. The use of participatory research methods, visual and graphical data analysis, qualitative and quantitative methods especially multivariate procedures.
richard.elkinsUnited StatesSoftware developer::several operating systems::several languages::cryptography::security::networking::embedded solutions.
romPhilippinesICT in Education, Biomedical Informatics, Java Technology
RonLabUnited StatesE-Governance, Travel & Tourism Technology, Hospitality Industry
rossikamalBangladeshSearch engine, VOIP and ERP
RussellBangladesh