A list of people and organizations that I consider my friends and whom I might mention in my blog.
Is my assistant since September 2015. He has his own (but not yet very active) blog at http://hamza.lino-framework.org/
Is a Lino fan living in Japan.
Is the first woman in the world who managed to follow the Developer Guide. She lives in California.
Is a Lino fan living in Moscow.
Rauno is a Lino fan living in Estonia.
Tanel Saimre is a Lino fan living in Vigala. He is maybe going to write a book about Lino. He has translated several books to Estonian. He has been living in Norway and wrote a book about it (Minu Norra. If you understand Estonian, then here are two excerpts: Aga täna ma pole üksik. Oh ei. Täna olen ma üks neist or Religioon ja rahvatraditsioonid on vastuoluline ja ebaloogiline valdkond).
Jüri is the system administrator of a school in our village. They don’t (yet) use Lino, but he is interested.
Sandeep is a Lino contributor living in India.
Sante Broccolo is project manager at the CBSS. See a portrait in French by Nancy Boodts Quand le pixel s’allie au décibel
Subha (pronounced suvo) is a volunteer contributor and potential core team member living in Kolkata (India).
Tonis is a Lino contributor living in Tallinn.
TIM is Lino’s predecessor. See http://tim.lino-framework.org/
EVEA (Eesti Väike- ja Keskmiste Ettevõtjate Assotsiatsioon) is the Estonian Association of SME.
Rumma & Ko¶
Rumma & Ko OÜ is my employer, owned by my father-in-law, my wife and myself. Rumma & Ko lives from offering professional consultance for TIM and Lino applications.
Almost at the same time Oikos had to cope with important restructurations because a minister decided to stop most of their financial support. The Lino Care project continues independently of this discussion.