The Lanedians come from different backgrounds but collectively unite with the love and interest for open source software. If you would like to follow recent developments in their blogs, read the Lanedo Planet.
Kris has been a contributor to the GTK+ project for over a decade. The main areas he contributed to were GtkTreeView and the port of GTK+ to OS X. These days he contributes to a variety of open source projects, including LibreOffice. Kris has an extensive background in Computer Systems, which he uses in his PhD research at Leiden University and likes to put to practice at Lanedo.
Christian Kellner is an old GNOME hacker and doing his PhD in Computational Neuroscience. Christian is from Passau, Germany. He started his career as a GNOME Code Monkey by maintaining GnomeVFS in 2004. He is still the maintaining GNOME’s GIO/Nautilus projects in addition to Evolution’s Calendar part. If that still leaves some free time, he is a passionate paraglider pilot and mountain hiker.
Mitch has been an Imendio/Lanedo hacker since 2005. Before that, he spent some years programming user interfaces and applications for digital TV set top-boxes. In his free time he hacks on GIMP which he has co-maintained since 2001.
Aleksander Morgado is a Spanish Telecommunications Engineer with experience in several areas, such as Antivirus & Network Security, Satellite Orbit Determination systems and VoIP servers. In his free time he likes to contribute to the GNU Project, as a developer and co-maintainer of the GNU PDF package.
Lionel is a Belgian geek that studied computer science and artificial intelligence at Louvain-la-Neuve university. His main interests are user experience, innovation and chocolate. When he’s not in front of his computer, creating new GTG bugs, he’s mostly found swimming without air 30m deep in the cold water of Belgian lakes.
Eilidh is a PhD student from Scotland. When not working on finishing that, she is coding, reading, listening to music and writing. Eilidh has recently got involved with the open source community through the Google Summer of Code program (libvisio – reading .vsd files produced by Microsoft Visio and importing them into LibreOffice Draw). Eilidh enjoys learning new languages and paradigms.
Pierre-Eric is a Computer Science master degree post graduate from Paris. Pierre-Eric has for some years been quite involved in the Linphone product.
Manuela lives in the most beautiful town of Europe: Hamburg. She is a secretary with passion. After family and work her band Fabulous Deadbeats is the most important thing for her. Manuela is currently working part-time at the offices in Hamburg with Tim.