Series 1 by Tink Bastian, 2000-2004


Dimitris Kamenopoulos

A Short Intro

  • Age: October 22nd 1979, Athens
  • Located in: Pallini, Eastern Attica, Greece
  • Occupation: Studying Computer and Electronics Engineering
  • Nickname on IRC: fraulitsa (the two times I've been on IRC)
  • Claim to Fame: Greek translations
  • Hardware: 700MHz Thunderbird with 128 MB RAM and 30 GB HDD

Christian Couder

A Short Intro

  • Age: Made in Marseille (like Zidane) on July 27, 1970
  • Located in: Asnières (suburbs north of Paris)
  • Occupation: Open Source Software Engineer (it's written on my business card).
  • Nickname on IRC: None (don't use it)
  • Claim to Fame: Small stuff for QtDesigner integration in KDevelop (not long or difficult but hopefully useful).
  • Hardware: 500 MHz Athlon with 380 MB RAM.

Meni Livne

A Short Intro

  • Age: November 7, 1981, in Rehovot, Israel
  • Located in: Rehovot, Israel
  • Occupation: Student
  • Nickname on IRC: menil. It's just my first name and the first letter of my surname, but that's how friends always call me. For pronunciation instructions, turn to me.
  • Claim to Fame: Hebrew translations of KDE, the KDE Israel website, some other localization-related jobs in various parts of KDE and a few internationalization-related patches.
  • Hardware: PIII 500MHz, with a measly 64MB RAM.

Arash Zeini

A Short Intro

  • Age: 01.09.1970, Iran/Tehran.
  • Located in: Iran, Germany and sometimes India.
  • Occupation: Entrepreneur!
  • Nickname on IRC: I don't use IRC.
  • Claim to Fame: To support Linux and open source in Iran.
  • Hardware: Mainly a laptop (works like a horse) with PIII-850, 128 MB and some other desktops.

Adriaan de Groot

A Short Intro

  • Age: Epiphany, 1973.
  • Located in: Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
  • Occupation: Junior Researcher (ie. PhD student) at the University of Nijmegen.
  • Nickname on IRC: [ade]
  • Claim to Fame: Well, tap and I were just labelled "KDE's resident comedians" by an angry newbie. I like that. KPilot is my (adopted) baby, and some people seem to like it.
  • Hardware: Some i386-type stuff, an Apple ][, a PDP-11, and several Palm Pilots, of course.