Plone Foundation Board
Board members of the Plone Foundation.
There are 7 members in this team.
Location: Fishers, IN · IRC nickname: <carolsixfeetup>
Plone business specialist and evangelist with a serious customer-service focus. Interested in helping promote Plone outside of our traditional markets to new kinds of customers. I am the Director of Client Services for Six Feet Up. Our company develops and hosts web publishing and collaboration projects. We specialize in Python solutions and are a leading provider of Plone services. I have worn many hats since I joined Six Feet Up in 2008, starting as a Project Manager, moving on to Director of Hosting Services, and now working with our marketing and account management teams as the Director of Client Services. My passion is customer relationships. I believe in making sure the people using Plone have a great experience.
Location: Fayetteville, AR, USA · · IRC nickname: <cdw9> · Personal home page
Chrissy is a Senior Developer for Six Feet Up.
Location: Amsterdam - Netherlands · IRC nickname: <polyester> · Personal home page
Open source activist, tech coordinator for several non-profits. Currently working for the Clean Clothes Campaign, past involvements include Friends of the Earth, a film festival, and a range of events with the wider ICT4D and Opendata movements.
Location: Munich, Germany · · IRC nickname: <pbauer> · Personal home page
Philip Bauer is a Webdeveloper based in Munich and founder of Starzel.de. Since the times of Plone 2.1 he works almost exclusively with Plone.
Location: Oshkosh, Wisconsin, USA · IRC nickname: <tkimnguyen> · Personal home page
Developer, project manager, systems architect, proselytizer, PloneEdu, Plone Symposium Midwest organizer, Foundation member, Board member (2014). Formerly team lead & intranet project director at http://uwosh.edu/ploneprojects
Location: Barcelona · IRC nickname: <sneridagh> · Personal home page
Currently working as IT architect and content management expert at UPCnet, the Barcelona Tech University IT company since 2001. I have been leading the design and technical architecture of the more than 100 projects undertaken by the UPCnet Plone Team since its inception in 2004. Occasional teacher of non-technical end users and developers in Plone and Zope technologies. I’ve written the book Plone 3 Intranets (August 2010, Packt Publishing) targeted to beginners and users with no previous experience about Plone who wants to learn to design, build, and deploy a reliable, full-featured, and secure Plone-based intranet easily from scratch.