Ying joined us for the Connexions 2012 sprints and contributed code on the Google Docs CSS import fixes and better failure handling. She has experience with DSpace, Fedora and EPrints so we are hoping to lure her into adding more repositories to the list of places to publish from the importer.
Roché’s company Upfront Systems is based in Stellenbosch, South Africa. His team implemented the OERPub service in Connexions and is helping with the OERPub client importer.
Carl wrote the first client that used OERPub and is now busy at work with Siyavula changing education in South Africa.
Ryan did extensive testing of all aspects of the OERPub API.
Adrian is a user experience researcher and designer, he conducts usability testing and creates wireframes of the WYSIWYG editor based on end users’ needs and characteristics. He also blogs about usability testing methods and user experience.
Max is a Rice senior that joined the project in January 2012. He started by fixing bugs and is now working on a testing framework for each of the document conversion pipelines.
Max is a visual designer working on designs and mockups for the importer workflow, as well as the WYSIWYG editor.
Kathi’s Shuttleworth Fellowship is supporting this work and she manages the project.