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: A yank that keeps the brits under control ;) Mainly do forum moderation and support and support on the IRC channel. I also give the devs ideas for their code because they try NOT to think like a user at most times. I also work on the User Doc and I am also working on developing a World Wind game. On my non-WW time I contract work at General Motors where I do data analysis and reporting for most GM plants world wide (aka help them get numbers to improve throughput). In the real world, I watch turkeys, deer and foxes roam across the back yard and wonder what "vacation" means. : A yank that keeps the brits under control ;) Mainly do forum moderation and support and support on the IRC channel. I also give the devs ideas for their code because they try NOT to think like a user at most times. I also work on the User Doc and I am also working on developing a World Wind game. On my non-WW time I contract work at General Motors where I do data analysis and reporting for most GM plants world wide (aka help them get numbers to improve throughput). In the real world, I watch turkeys, deer and foxes roam across the back yard and wonder what "vacation" means.
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Patrick Hogan (NASA Learning Technologies, Project Manager)

Tom Gaskins (NASA LT, Technical Manager)

Chris Maxwell (NASA LT, Lead Developer)

Randy Kim (NASA LT, Designer)

Jessica Gan (NASA LT)

NLT servers, open source community liaison, licensing, SourceForge/CVS, release engineering/coordination, World Wind installer, NLT web sites, documentation

Daniel "bull" Baker

Mike "engmike" Ellery

I'm a hokie, majoring in electrical engineering. I mostly make hiking related add-ons, and try to help out where ever I can.

Tim "ShockFire" van den Hamer

Adam "adamhill" Hill (Community Developer/Thregecy Inc.)

.NET programmer, developer of computer based training content and systems for 15 years (from the Amiga onward). Currently working on real-time data acquisition and dissemination for various oil and gas companies. Am reworking the Input system and getting Audio/Video all spiffied up for the scripting system. Also wrote a chapter in Mapping Hacks about NWW.

Gilles Kohl

David "dgm" Mays

Adam "Nowak" Nowacki

Bjorn "mashiharu" Reppen

Thomas Risan

Anthony "Llynix" Taylor

Are we putting personal bios here or what we do for world wind? Well I am currently the principal maintainer of the installer and webmaster for worldwindcentral. I am also a forum moderator, IRC chatroom founder, and lead complainer. Outside of ww I tutor math for a measily part time living at Vernon College and take care of a loving woman and her wonderful daughter. I am no relation to Dom below.

Dominic "TheBean" Taylor

Forming the Brit contingent along with Daniel, I'm a student about to take a gap year and then study Computer Science & Networks at Plymouth university. Also director of a Bath, UK based IT company. I also run a WW downloads mirror at twobeds.com/nasa, and moderate the forums with Chad and Anthony. In my spare time, when I find it, I scare the neighbours with my piano 'skills' and spy on them via the trampoline.

Chad "Tom Servo" Zimmerman

A yank that keeps the brits under control ;) Mainly do forum moderation and support and support on the IRC channel. I also give the devs ideas for their code because they try NOT to think like a user at most times. I also work on the User Doc and I am also working on developing a World Wind game. On my non-WW time I contract work at General Motors where I do data analysis and reporting for most GM plants world wide (aka help them get numbers to improve throughput). In the real world, I watch turkeys, deer and foxes roam across the back yard and wonder what "vacation" means.
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