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LinuxMCE is a media centered Linux distribution. It's built on the solid foundation laid down by debian and Ubuntu. But with all kinds of goodies for the home of the future, from digital video recorder capabilities and home automation to functioning as a telephone switching hub for your home in lieu of a boring intercom system; all tied together by an advanced messaging infrastructure. While the next release 0710 is almost done and focuses on stability, we're already planning for the next release and you could contribute to it's direction. We're always looking for developers and maintainers to join the team. New LinuxMCE team members, please add your name, contact info, and a brief bio or description of what you're working on. Thanks!
Daniel Kristjansson -- contact: danielk -at- cuymedia (.net)
Responsibilities: Community liaison, organizing open source volunteers and roadmap
Paul Webber -- contact: webpaul1 -at- gmail (.com)
Responsibilities: Installer, Ubuntu packaging, build system, linuxmce.com site
I launched LinuxMCE on March 15, 2007. History of LinuxMCE, why I started this project, and the goals
John Botte -- contact: qualityinterfaces -at- gmail (.com)
Offering: Forum moderation help. Conceptual ideas, help with firewire support, UI help and testing
Jonathan Iannone -- Contact: thorn168 -at- yahoo (.com)
Offering: Help with documentation
Michael Stepanov -- Contact: stepanov.michael -at- gmail (.com)
Offering: Build and test SDL Orbiter for Linux-based PC and Nokia770/N800.
Paul D aka Trout -- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Offering: Help with documentation, Wiki participation, Testing and feedback.
Pete Kalogiannis -- Contact: pkalogiannis -at- gmail (dot) com
Offering: Insteon Integration
Nat -- Contact Paul Webber to relay messages to Nat Offering: Nat has some access to some free or low-cost hardware, like TV Tuners, Video Cards, etc., which he can make available for developers actively working on a project.
Pierre Hansson aka Samme -- Contact: 316097 at gmail dot com
Lozzo -- Contact via his talk page
Offering: wiki admin & documentation
Offering: SVN hosting (see forum)
Larry Brigman -- Contact larry dot brigman -at- gmail (dot) com
Offering: Help with documentation, Wiki participation, QA and testing, Build script work.