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SeaGL 2018 Year Six

Friday

  1. Elizabeth K. Joseph
  2. M. de Blanc
  3. Walter Mankowski, Syapse
  4. Paul Berg, Paul W Berg Consulting
  5. Hailey Buckingham, Cylance
  6. Garrett Honeycutt, Tailored Automation
  7. Jaime Lopez
  8. Michaela (Miki) Demeter
  9. Megan Guiney
  10. Brian Raiter
  11. Hailey Buckingham, Cylance
  12. E. Dunham, Mozilla
  13. John Harris, Docker
  14. labbott
  15. Rachel Kelly, Fastly
  16. Brian MacDonald, Pragmatic Bookshelf
  17. Nell Shamrell, Chef.io
  18. Kevron Rees, Intel Corporation
  19. Nathan Handler, Ubuntu/Debian GNU/Linux
  20. Omar Ravenhurst
  21. Shea Newton
  22. Deb Nicholson, SeaGL
  23. Christina Zhu, Amazon
  24. Carla Schroder
  25. Amanda Sopkin
  26. der.hans, Object Rocket
  27. Ruben Rodriguez, GNU
  28. Benno Rice

Saturday

  1. Stephen Walli
  2. Tameika Reed, Women in Linux
  3. Jose Antonio Rey, Ubuntu
  4. Tiberius Hefflin
  5. Steve Meyers
  6. Susan Harris
  7. Lucy Wyman, OSU Open Source Lab
  8. Johannes Ernst, Indie Computing Corp.
  9. Michael Krotscheck, VMware
  10. Duane O’Brien
  11. Adam Harvey, New Relic
  12. Carla Schroder
  13. Chris Marusich
  14. zebular13
  15. Emmanuel Morales
  16. Megan Slater, GenUI
  17. Ben Kero, Ormuco Cloud
  18. Amanda Sopkin
  19. Adam Michael Wood, Open Data Kit
  20. John SJ Anderson, Infinity Interactive
  21. Daniel Ramsayer
  22. Laurie Barth
  23. Trevor Menagh, TODO Group
  24. Andy Schwartzmeyer
  25. Jeff Silverman, PuPPy
  26. Lyndsey Padget, Longplay Software
  27. James Cooper
  28. Sasha Reid, LO3 Energy
  29. Benno Rice
  30. Jim Hall, The FreeDOS Project

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