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* '''[[User:Danny|Danny Wool]]''', [[Grants Coordinator]] in the Florida office, since September 2005.
 
 
[[Image:WM2006 0103.jpg|thumb|center|120px|Danny Wool at Wikimania 2006]]
 
   
 
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Revision as of 21:11, 20 March 2007

The Wikimedia Foundation currently has less than ten full-time employees. Everyone else involved with the projects is a volunteer, including members of the Board of Trustees. The Foundation is currently conducting a search for a permanent Executive Director.

Administrative staff

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Carolyn Doran 2007
  • Brad Patrick, legal counsel since June 2006 (also interim Executive Director until January 2007).
Brad Patrick in St. Augustine, Florida

Technical staff

  • Brion Vibber, Chief Technical Officer and MediaWiki release manager, since August 2005.
Vibber at Wikimania 2006

Independent contractors and others

Technical

  • Rob Halsell, retained as a part time hardware manager for the Tampa servers (contractor).
  • Tim Starling, full time MediaWiki software developer, since April 2006 (contractor).
  • Mark Bergsma, part time Networking Coordinator, since September 2006 (contractor).

Other

  • Delphine Ménard, part-time Chapter Coordinator, since February 2007, based out of Germany.