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|Name||Email & Social||Location||Event Skills & Experience||Wikimedia Skills & Experience||Volunteer Time|
|Geraldshields11||geraldshields11 at gmail dot com||Washington, DC, United States||Photographer and Wikimedia DC chapter event promotion coordinator. IRL, I am a US attorney.||I am a member of several Wiki Projects, such as The Wikipedia Library, Women's History, Taxation, and Open Knowledge Foundation. I am involved with other open cultural projects, such as being a Distributed Proofreader in support of Project Gutenberg. Attended a fun part of Wikimania in DC, contributor to WikiCommons, anti-vandal patroler, and editor||Have camera and willing to travel. Would like to be the official still photographer of Wiki Conference USA 2014 if a grant or scholarship from Wiki Conference USA and/or grant from Wiki Foundation covers travel costs and expenses.|
|Zellfaze (talk)||zellfaze (at) zellfaze (dot) org||Maryland||I work as a systems admin and programmer as my day job, but not sure if that is useful at all here||Editor on en.wp and Commons, Lurker on Wikitech-l, Written several Mediawiki extensions for work, Member of FSF, Avid free knowledge advocate||Willing to do anything that might be helpful assuming that I go (which it looks like I will be). Use me where you need me.|
|DanielRenfro||bluecurio at gmail dot com||Boston, Massachusetts||15+ years web development and sysadmin. Participated in myriad talks/seminars/meetings of various topics over the years...both running them and volunteering.||8+ years experience with MediaWiki. Currently administer a large MediaWiki instance for Vistaprint containing the internal documentation for the entire company.||I was thinking I could help out as a "TA" (teaching assistant) of sorts for workshops or other technical/hands-on seminars.|