Here is a list of individual humans who deserve being mentioned here because they have contributed to Lino.
hamza [at] lino-framework.org
Independent Lino developer and consultant in Tunisia.
5y of professional experience
Independent Lino developer.
tonis [at] lino-framework.org
3y of professional experience
Lino consultant in Vigala and Tallinn
tanel [at] lino-framework.org
6 months of professional experience
manuel [at] lino-framework.org
Lino consultant and hosting provider in Belgium (Code Gears). Contributed feedback on technologies, web design, and marketing.
3 weeks of training as application developer.
joe [at] lino-framework.org
Application developer and hosting provider in Czechia (wpj).
mahmoud [at] lino-framework.org
Lino consultant and hosting provider in Egypt (Excellent Serv).
Paul was Luc’s employer during the first 8 years and never stopped believing in TIM and later Lino. As an experienced IT solutions provider he provides professional Lino server hosting and promotes Lino Welfare in Belgium.
Gerd contributed more than 20 years of testing, advice, ideas and end-user training. for Lino Welfare and the Lino framework in general.
Elmar contributed more than 20 years of trust and political support. He sustained Lino on the political level and gave constructive feedback at the management level.
Mathieu contributed more than 5 years of trust and political support.
Alexa has contributed more than 600 hours of volunteer work for testing and training.
Thomas contributed many hours of business advice.
Bruno contributed many hours of business advice.
Ralf contributed many hours of business advice.
Stany contributed many hours of technical and business advice.
Thierry contributed many hours of business advice and customer analysis.
Mads Michael contributed advice, analysis and testing about accounting features and the general organization of our community.
Alicia provided constructive end-user feedback (Lino Welfare)
Andreas gave constructive end-user feedback and consultation on accounting and marketing questions.
Hubert gave constructive end-user feedback (Lino Welfare)
Hugh gave constructive feedback on web design and philosophical questions.
Joe gave advice, analysis and code contributions.
Johanna gave constructive end-user feedback (Lino Avanti).
Lydia gave constructive end-user feedback (Lino Tera).
Melanie B and Melanie L gave constructive end-user feedback (Lino Welfare)
Merike gave valuable feedback on technical and infrastructural questions.
Otto gave valuable feedback on technical questions.
Ralf gave competent feedback on marketing questions
Roger gave lots of ideas on marketing (Lino Voga)
Sven contributed analysis, testing and user feedback (Lino Voga)
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