The Opensource.com Team
Meet the team
|Jen Wike Huger is the managing editor for Opensource.com. On any given day, you'll find her running the website's publication schedule and editorial workflow (on kanban boards), as well as brainstorming the next big article. Learn more about her at Jen.io.|
Matt is an advocate for open source software and currently a Technical Editor of Opensource.com. He’s a podcaster, best known for the Geek Whisperers podcast, co-maintains the DevRel Collective, and connects with others Twitter and GitHub @mbbroberg.
|Lauren is a strategist and editor for Opensource.com. She is fascinated by how open source principles can help solve all types of problems, particularly those involving local government and citizen engagement. When she's not digging into the data, she loves going on adventures with her family and German shepherd rescue dog, Quailford.|
|Seth Kenlon has worked in film and computing, and builds Linux-based production studios with Slackermedia.|
|Bryan edits and manages the Open Organization section of Opensource.com, which features stories about the ways open values and principles are changing how we think about organizational culture and design. He's worked on Opensource.com since 2011. Find him online as semioticrobotic.|
The Correspondent program recognizes our most trusted and committed Opensource.com contributors. Find out how you can join our team.
Red Hat Advisors
|Jeff Mackanic has been at Red Hat for more than a decade and is currently responsible for the Global Awareness team. He has also spent several years in consulting, IT, and marketing.|
|Jason Hibbets is a senior community architect at Red Hat and an Opensource.com community manager. He has been with Red Hat since 2003 and is the author of The foundation for an open source city. Follow him on Twitter: @jhibbets|
|Jason Baker is passionate about using technology to make the world more open, from software development to bringing sunlight to local governments. He is particularly interested in data visualization/analysis, DIY/maker culture, simulations/modeling, geospatial technologies, and cloud computing.|
|Melanie Freeman Chernoff monitors, evaluates, and attempts to influence U.S. and international legislation and government regulations affecting open source technologies and open standards as Red Hat's public policy manager.|
|Richard Fontana is Senior Commercial Counsel on the Products and Technologies team in Red Hat's legal department. Most of his work focuses on open source-related legal issues.|
Alumni contributed to the progress of Opensource.com as participants in past community programs, and continue to advocate for open source stories.