We are the GNU Webmasters!
Jason Self, GNU Chief Webmaster
Jason Self is the GNU Chief Webmaster from October 2010 onwards.
Pavel Kharitonov, GNU Translations Manager
Pavel is responsible for all the translations of the GNU website, and is a developer of GNUnited Nations, the translation tool used on gnu.org.
Yavor Doganov, GNU Translations Manager
Yavor is responsible for all the translations of the GNU website, and is the author of GNUnited Nations, the translation tool used on gnu.org.
John Sullivan, FSF Executive Director
John is currently the Executive Director of the Free Software Foundation, where he has worked since early 2003. John was the previous chief webmaster, and worked closely with Matt Lee on the gnu.org redesign work. He helps with design and development work for all FSF web sites, and is also a speaker for the GNU Project.
Richard Stallman, Chief GNUisance and founder of the GNU Project
Founded the GNU Project in 1984. He is the principal or initial author of GNU Emacs, the GNU C Compiler, the GNU Debugger GDB and parts of other packages. He is the President of the Free Software Foundation (FSF).
Karl Berry, Assistant Chief GNUisance
Has been involved with GNU since rms visited his home in 1986 or so. He co-authored the GNU font utilities, and is currently the volunteer maintainer of Texinfo and Hello, and is co-leading the GNU Evaluation Team, among other infrastructure projects. He also does a number of volunteer tasks relating to TeX distributions, notably a project leader for TeX Live, and co-authored TeX for the Impatient.
James is a volunteer GNU webmaster and free software advocate.
Luiji is a volunteer GNU Webmaster and a hacker of many a program designed to distract him from actually working. He's also massively paranoid.
A GNU Webmaster since January 2014. He is not on Facebook or any other social networks. You can contact him by email at navaneeth at gnu dot org.
Robert MusialMusial is a GNU Webmaster, an Associate Member of the FSF since 2003, and a programmer of free software.
Webmastering the GNU since 2010.
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GNU Web Translators
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Past and present webmasters and translators
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