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Brian Douglas Skinner
Brian started the OpenRecord project back in 2005, based on ideas from the work he was involved with on OSAF's Chandler project. He is the project lead for OpenRecord and is also a Dojo Toolkit contributor. Brian is happily unemployed, living near San Francisco, and currently focusing mainly on an open-content wiki project called Charity Scorecard.
Chih-Chao Lam
Having started two venture-backed companies, ShoppingList and ClickOver, Chao is a veteran, beneficiary and casualty of the Internet boom. Chao is curious about why certain innovations catch on and others die by the wayside. Chao and Brian first met while working at OSAF, and Chao wrote great deal of the orginal OpenRecord code, back in 2005.
Mignon Belongie
Mignon joined the OpenRecord project in 2005 and has been working on it ever since. Mignon went to college at Caltech and did her doctoral work at Cornell, and then went on to do rocket science at NASA's JPL. Mignon works at Atomic Labs on their set of open source Pion technoligies.
Patricia McDaniel
Patricia is one of many non-programmers who have contributed to the OpenRecord project. She has been contributing since the project began, helping with UI design, terminology, writing and editing, and screencasting. Patricia did her doctoral work in sociology, and is the author of the book Shrinking Violets and Caspar Milquetoasts. She is currently a researcher at the University of California, San Francisco.
Hiran Ganegedara
Hiran joined the OpenRecord project in Summer 2006 through the Google Summer of Code program, and he has written a series of data visualization plugins for OpenRecord. Hiran is a student at the University of Moratuwa in Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.
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