Who's Who in Paho
This is a space for contributors to list their information, links, and contributions, as well as providing a short list of "useful names" of people who have had an influence on the project and the MQTT protocol. Fields optional, but this helps people understand where others fit during calls, meetups etc.
|Name||Links||Contribution / role / interests||Affiliation (if relevant)||Location|
|Scott de Deugd||Project lead.||IBM||US|
|Ian Craggs||Paho Committer: MQTT C client. Author of IBM Really Small Message Broker||IBM||UK|
|Dave Locke||Paho Committer: MQTT Java client.||IBM||UK|
|Nick O'Leary||Original MQTT Java client developer; author of Arduino MQTT client; all-around uber hacker; maintains mqtt.org||IBM||UK|
|Andy Stanford-Clark||@andysc||Co-author of the original MQTT protocol. Perl hacker by preference. Automated mousetrap creator. Twittering ferry mastermind.||IBM||IOW, UK :-)|
|Andy Piper||mqtt.org community cheerleader||VMware / Eclipse||UK|
|Chad Kienle||Paho Committer: MQTT Eclipse tooling developer||Eurotech||US|
|Andy Gelme||Paho Contributor: MQTT Lua client.||Geekscape||Melbourne, Australia|
|Arlen Nipper||Co-author of the original MQTT protocol. Co-founder of Paho project and M2M IWG. Developing application framework for Paho with goal to contribute.||US|
|Nicolas Deverge||arduino lover, and would like to contribute to Paho ;-)||ekito||FR|
NB Andy Gelme has proposed that, in the spirit of Monty Python and based on name distribution in the project, that instead of Bruce, all contributors should change their names to "Andy"