Open Source Leadership for the Enterprise
Ben is an open source technologist experienced in a wide array of modern IT tools. He's done a bit of everything, from web development, to systems administration, web publishing, and beyond.
Mike is the release manager for Enlightenment as well as a core developer of the EFL toolkit.
Mauro is the maintainer of the Linux kernel media and EDAC subsystems and Tizen on Yocto. He's also a major contributor to the Reliability Availability and Serviceability (RAS) subsystems.
Bryce is a founder and developer of the Inkscape project, but began his career in the aerospace industry as a spacecraft propulsions engineer.
Shuah contributes to multiple aspects of the Linux Kernel, and she maintains the Kernel Selftest framework.
Philippe is committed to free software and open hardware and is deeply involved in the Tizen and IoTivity communities.
Derek has a long history of writing graphics software and has spent much of his career working in open source.
Brian is Manager of Open Source Engineering and Strategy in the Samsung Open Source Group. He manages a rockstar team of upstream contributors to graphics projects (Wayland, Weston, Enlightenment, EFL, and others) who support Tizen and other projects, and is responsible for internal and external strategic open source initiatives.
Chris Michael has been an EFL/Enlightenment developer for over 13 years and is now working for the Samsung Open Souce Group.
Cedric has been contributing for a long time to EFL. He is known as the borker due to his work on optimizing the core libraries and triggering side effect bugs which tend to take years to be discovered.
Daniel has been contributing to open source since 2007 and has been involved with the EFL and the OctaForge 3D game engine in addition to other projects.
Stefan Schmidt has been a FOSS contributor for over 10 years and currently works on Enlightenment Foundations Libraries, Wayland and the IEEE 802.15.4 and 6LoWPAN Linux stack.
Ibrahim is Vice President of R&D and Head of the Open Source Innovation Group at Samsung Research America.
Sanjeev has been involved with Tizen since its beginning, and has contributed to many of the open source platforms it is based on.
The following individuals are no longer employees of Samsung. We thank them for their efforts and wish them the best in their future.
Javier Martinez Canillas was a Senior Linux Kernel Developer for the Samsung Open Source Group with a focus working on ARM and Exynos SoC support.
Tom has been a core developer and part of the leading team at SHR (Openmoko), he is currently a core developer for EFL.
Husband, Dad, and Multimedia FOSS developer by trade in between. His work is primarily found in GStreamer and FFmpeg, but he has also contributed to an assorted list of free and open source software during his more than a decade-long software development career.
Thibault Saunier is a open source Multimedia engineer mostly developing and maintaining the GStreamer framework and the Pitivi Video editor.
Guy Martin was formerly a Senior Strategist with the Samsung Open Source Group.
Based in northeast Brazil, Thiago is an Open Source developer and enthusiast focused on multimedia and GStreamer. When not hacking, you can find him attempting to play an electric guitar or travelling around.
Mario has been involved with Linux Kernel for past 15 years and virtualization for past 5 years. His work has been mostly on the product side, interfacing with Open Source communities as needed.
Arun is a developer on the GStreamer multimedia framework and the PulseAudio multimedia server. He lives in Bangalore, India, and generally lurks online as `louiswu` or `Ford_Prefect`.
Jon is an Inkscape core developer and board member, participates as a mentor in Google's Summer of Code, and contributes to Wayland.
Luis de Bethencourt is a freedom-loving technocrat who has always enjoyed programming and playing around with video. Luis sees open source software as the best way to enter the innovative technology community.
Habib helps improve device interoperability for the IoTivity project and contributes to the Blink.
Adenilson is a web systems engineer with a special interest in Web Engines, *nix and embedded and mobile devices.
Gurj bridges the gap between traditional, closed downstream ways of working and the more modern, open, collaborative methods.
Mats worked on compliance/compatibility programs for Tizen and the Open Interconnect Consortium (IoT).