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Cinder Biscuits is a the technical director of YrGrid. She has made numerous contributions to several virtual world viewers including Second Life Viewer, Phoenix-Firestorm Viewer, Alchemy, and Singularity and is an active virtual world evangelist. Cinder has a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Utah and enjoys writing and painting in her free time.
LSL Bridge, Singularity Viewer
Liru Faers (also known as Inusaito Kanya) is a member of both the Alchemy Viewer and the Singularity Viewer development teams. Though she has only been working on Singularity Viewer for around three or four years now, she has been using simulated worlds for seven years. Liru manages efforts to localize the viewer, provides viewer support through various chat channels, and monitors the issue tracker. When she isn't working on viewer development... Read More →
Latif Khalifa participated in the development and is the current maintainer of Libopenmetaverse (originally known as LibSL) which provided the initial communications framework for Opensim. He created Radegast Meraverse client and is currently taking part in the development of Singularity Viewer.
Nicky Perian is retired from the United States Army and ABB. Building the Kokua Viewer is his major hobby, since most of his work experience was hardware and his computer experience dates back to an aircraft Doppler navigation system that had an analog computer with input / output to the aircraft instruments and the system's on board digital computer. While with ABB, Nicky worked on Honeywell 316, 6-36 and 6-43 minicomputers with multiple Intel... Read More →
Jessica Lyon is the founder and Project Manager of The Phoenix Firestorm Project Inc; a non-profit company with over 80 support staff and developers working under it. The project is responsible for developing the very popular Phoenix and Firestorm Viewers used in Second Life and virtual worlds. Along with managing the project Jessica also spends time listening to user input in order to improve and advocate to protect the user experience.