Lorin is an enthusiastic designer type who throws in for graphics related tasks. He also adamantly insists that we'd be much better off if we rebuilt this whole thing in Wordpress and who knows maybe that may happen. He is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design and is another alumni of the Toronto Stop the Meter protest being one of the "final four".
I hate data caps. The internet should be unlimited.
Nolan is a mobile and gadget geek as well as operating system enthusiast who has staunchly been against Canadian Usage Based Billing from day 1. He is a bit of a jack of all trades for the foundation helping out with broadband research but also pitching in when needed to web development, grunt work and pretty much anything that needs to get done. He is an alumni of the Toronto Stop the Meter protest and was one of the "final four"
Sebastian is the organiser of Drupal Kitchen. He and the folks at the Drupal Kitchen meet up helped us get this website off of the ground.
Viktor is a front-end Drupal developer from Bulgaria and was a wizard in making small theming changes with big payoffs, being instrumental in getting us back on track in getting the site launched
I'm a contributor to World Broadband Foundation as well as one of the organizers for the Anti-UBB Rally that took place on February 4th in Toronto at Dundas Square with Jack Layton.
I'm a graphic designer and web developer during the day. Sometimes a photographer.
Currently subscribed with Wind Mobile and Teksavvy.
David K. Smith
I am a freelance photographer with a background as a reporter and a photojournalist. I grew up with the Internet growing up with me--which is one reason why I am so abhorrent to any kind of Internet censorship or artificial capping. Capping the Internet means capping freedom of communication without recourse--when all we have to do is build more infrastructure. Other countries have faster, better, and uncensored Internet--so should the United States of America, as well as every other country in the world.