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  • Al Cho
  • Aleks Totic
  • Alec Flett
  • Andi Vajda
  • Andy Hertzfeld
  • Aparna Kadakia
  • Bobby Rullo
  • Brendan O'Connor
  • Brian Douglas Skinner
  • Brian Kirsch
  • Brian Moseley
  • Bryan Stearns
  • Chao Lam
  • Chris Haumesser
  • David Surovell
  • Donn Denman
  • Ducky Sherwood
  • Ed Bindl
  • Edward Chao
  • Heikki Toivonen
  • Jed Burgess
  • John Anderson
  • John Townsend
  • Jürgen Botz
  • Katie Capps Parlante
  • Lisa Dusseault
  • Lori Motko
  • Lou Montulli
  • Mark Jaffe
  • Matthew Eernisse
  • Michael Toy
  • Mike Taylor
  • Mitch Kapor
  • Morgen Sagen
  • Pieter Hartsook
  • Philippe Bossut
  • Phillip J. Eby
  • Priscilla Chung
  • Randy Letness
  • Robin Dunn
  • Rys McCusker
  • Stuart Parmenter
  • Suzette Tauber
  • Ted Leung
  • Travis Vachon
  • Vinubalaji Gopal


OSAF paid staff is organized as a single team of 8 people. The organization is flat with everyone reporting to Katie Parlante, the General Manager. We continue to work on the Chandler Desktop client, provide a free sharing service on Chandler Hub and make the server component of Chandler Hub available for download.

If you'd like to keep track of what we're working on day-to-day, take a look at the Chandler Project collection on Chandler Hub by clicking on the URL below; OR Subscribe to it in Chandler Desktop by going to the Share menu, selecting "Subscribe..." and pasting the URL into the 'URL:' box:


Grant Baillie | Developer, Notes

Jeffrey Harris | Developer, Notes

Sheila Mooney | Product Manager and Product Marketing, Notes

Jared Rhine | Hub Service Administrator, Chandler Hub Sharing Service, Notes

Mimi Yin | Product Designer, Notes

OSAF Board of Directors

Sheila Mooney

Jared Rhine

Eugene Kim
Eugene is the cofounder and principal of Blue Oxen Associates, a think tank/consultancy focused on improving collaboration. He has developed collaborative strategies for a number of organizations, focusing especially on inter-organizational collaboration and collaborative learning. Past clients have included World Economic Forum, NASA, Institute for International Education, and Socialtext.

Eugene’s research centers around identifying patterns of high-performance collaboration across different domains. He is also a thought leader in the collaborative tool space, focusing especially on Wikis, digital identity, and usability. He most recently directed computer pioneer Doug Engelbart’s HyperScope? project.

In addition to his work at Blue Oxen Associates, Eugene serves on the board of the Leadership Learning Community and the Open Source Applications Foundation and on the advisory boards of Tomorrow Makers and Dreamfish.

Previously, Eugene was the Senior Technical Editor at Dr. Dobb’s Journal. He’s published numerous articles as well as one of the first books on web application development. He received his A.B. in History and Science from Harvard University.

Alex Russell
Alex is Director of R&D for SitePen?, President of the Dojo Foundation, and a founder and former project lead of the Dojo Toolkit. He contributes to the CometD? project and is a co-author of the Bayeux specification for Comet. From ‘06 to ‘08, Alex served as a founding Steering Committee member of the Open Ajax Alliance.

Before joining SitePen?, Alex was a Senior Engineer at JotSpot? and Informatica where he helped build highly interactive web interfaces. His earlier Open Source involvement included stints as editor of the OWASP Guide to Building Secure Web Applications and primary author of the netWindows DHTML toolkit.

Andre Mueninghoff
Andre is an IT Director experienced in software design and development, and enterprise application management. He has led off-shore, near-shore, and on-site teams using lean, agile-oriented methodologies. In addition to supporting the open source software movement, Andre invests his spare time in coaching FIRST LEGO League (FLL) robotics teams.

Andre is a long time user and follower of the project and is a member of the Chandler User Advisory Group.

For more on the board, see blog announcement: http://blog.chandlerproject.org/2008/11/04/osaf-board-changes-and-project-next-steps/

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