Eleonora Oreggia develops the FLOSS "Virtual Entity", a program and environment that offers it's users to publish, media of different types, but moreover to give these files a soul, providing extended metadata, that need not to "ordinary id3 or id2 tags, but can hold and transport more information concerning what sort of source it is, where it derives from, which processes of change and twist happend, what one should, could... do with it. What sort of use would be appreciaated... and much more.
Georg Jakob is amongst those, called “Free Software Advocates”. He is a lawyer and an active critic of the over-abundance of so called “intellectual property rights” in general and Software patents in particular. From 2003 on, he was repeatedly invited to hearings in the European parliament regarding Software Patents as well as Copyright, Rights Enforcement and other Industrial Property issues.
GOTO10 is a collective of international artists and programmers, dedicated to Free/Libre/Open Source Software (FLOSS) and digital arts. GOTO10 aims to support and grow digital art projects and tools for artistic creation, located on the blurry line between software programming and art.
Originally being from Berlin and Hesse, Holger Schöner currently is enjoying
the nice surroundings of the Mühlviertel as his home. His profession is
industrial data analysis, while in his spare time he is living his creative
side by rendering and designing maps. Additionally he loves to collect the
data for the latter by roaming through nature near and far around his living
place, by feet and by bike. In the process of collecting data for
OpenStreetMap and rendering that data he has experienced the huge potential
member of goto10
Adriaan van Kampen aus Amsterdam hat autonome Computerkomposition studiert. Er spielt in der Network Band Powerbooks unplugged, ist ein Mitglied des Ensembles für elektro-akustische Musik Schreck und von GOTO10, einem Arthack-Kollektiv, das sich mit FLOSS (Free and Open Source Software) auseinandersetzt.
was born in 1980 in Esslingen / Germany. Musically trained since he was four, he had his first piano lessons at the age of eight. In 1989 he began composing, since 1990 he got lessons in composition and music theory at the Musikhochschule Stuttgart. Additionally, he began playing the violin and organ. From 2000 to 2006 he had been studying composition and music theory at the Musikhochschule Freiburg, composition with Mathias Spahlinger, theory with Eckehard Kiem, organ with Helmut Deutsch, piano with Felix Gottlieb and electronic music with Mesias Maiguashca and Orm Finnendahl.
Kruno Jošt attended the Art Academy Zagreb (1993/94–1996/97) and the Gerrit Rietvield Kunst Akademie, Amsterdam (1997/98–1999/2000). He is the founder of the Urban Culture and Education organization http://www.uke.hr/. Since 2000, he has been developing the GentleJunk co http://gentlejunk.net/. collective; since 2005, he has been a member of the IL.MURO.DEL.RUMUORE/NOISE.WALL http://ahttp//www.myspace.com/zidbuke performance group. Since October 2006, he has been contributing to Impromondays improvised music sessions in Zagreb.
Luka Frelih is a computer programmer with special affinity for open programming, a web page designer and media artist. He is one of the founding members of the Ljubljana Laboratory for Digital Media (Ljudmila) and one of its creative participants, and currently the leader of the Creative Commons Slovenia project. In 2004, he developed FRIDA V.