!This was originally a capture of the text from the stickynote cards from the Community PW server at Sunlabs.

Feel free to add your own entry, and link it to a personal page. 
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![Bob Potter|Bob]

Manages development of Java Web Applications - Agile development

Been working in software for 30 years.

Interested in Wonderland for collaborative planning and development
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!Dave Koelmeyer
[http://blog.davekoelmeyer.co.nz/]

Senior IT Support Specialist at University of Auckland, New Zealand. 

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!Michel DENIS

30 years in the IT industry including DEC, Sun and HP Telecom. Now starting my own company, focused on enterprise virtual worlds. Located South of France.
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!Paco Alda

Zaragoza, Espana

Profesor de Biologia en Bachillerato.
Interesado en las posibilidades educativas de los mundos virtuales, en especial para la interacci?n y la cooperaci?n con objetos de aprendizaje
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!Matt Schmidt (schmidtma@missouri.edu)

University of Missouri

*Educational technologist
*Virtual worlds for education research
*Human computer interaction research
*Current project: iSocial (isocial.missouri.edu)
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![Maggie Leber]

Java architect and developer - working in software since late 1960s

*email: maggie@matrisync.com
*@MaggieL on Twitter
*Maggie Darwin in SecondLife
*Professional details: [http://www.linkedin.com/in/maggieleber]
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![Nicole Yankelovich|http://www.wonderbuilders.com/team/]

* Open Wonderland Foundation Executive Director
* CEO, [WonderBuilders|http://wonderbuilders.com/]
* Project Wonderland lead at Sun
* At Sun for 18 years
* Whole career in research until leaving Sun in January 2010
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!Craig

Senior JavaEE Developer

Current side project includes an open source alternative to CA Wily Introscope that is built for developers and debuggin as opposed to production monitoring triage
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!larrytek

I've been working with PW since 0.4 in an attempt to construct a virtual Network Operations Center for managing and monitoring servers.  0.5p3 provides an excellent foundation for my goals.  Thank you for all the hard work in building project wonderland!
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!Ben / Shavnir

Graduate Student at Ball State University, Muncie IN

Been working with WL since 0.4 with a focus on collaborative tools.  Can't discuss too many of them without my bosses yelling at me.

Oh and I made that clickablelink thing :)
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![Ryan (Jagwire)|JagWire]

Developer on iSocial project at University of Missouri. Claim to fame: [Particle System component|http://www.projectwonderland.com/index.php?option=com_docman&gid=209&cat=add_ons&lang=en&task=doc_details&Itemid=123]

Currently working on:
* EZScript
* Misc game elements
* Wonderland Client Optimization
* Usability
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!Miriam

Westford, MA

Formerly, Manager of the Wonderland team.
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!Nigel (nsimpson)
* Telecommuting veteran, lives on an island near Seattle
* Wonderland engineer responsible for UI, HUD, and collaborative apps (PDF, webcam, whiteboard, video, vnc etc.)
* "I don't just develop it, I use it!"
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!Nina Nussbaum-Jones (a.k.a. nnjones) [Nina]

Full time software engineer for Lockheed Martin, Moorestown, NJ

Part time Wonderland evangelist
*Java developer
*Web programming
*JavaFX
*IT background
*Highly skilled at breaking everything I touch.
*__Today's thought:__  If it was truly "Point-and-click" that'd be fine.  It's really "point-and-click-and-oops-I-dragged-it-and-I-didn't-mean-to-move-all-those-files-into-that-folder-oh-crap".  After all, isn't the mouse there just to lure you away from your keyboard?  Why doesn't anyone else see that????

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!José Domínguez (aka Josmas Flores)
* Software engineer for TCD, University of Dublin, Ireland.
* Interested in educational research in third level computer science.
* [ Blog | http://josmasflores.blogspot.com ]
* [ Source code | https://github.com/josmas ]

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