||Thomas Baumgart -project
administrator, maintainer, and developer.
ipwizard at users.sourceforge.net
Open minded, solution oriented, helpful, eager to learn, Thomas Baumgart started to work on the KMyMoney project mid September of 2001. "I was on the hunt for a good M$-Money replacement, which was the last application I was actively using on M$-Windows." Shortly after 0.4. was delivered, Thomas was elected a project admin and maintainer for this project.
Thomas rewrote most parts of the core engine (MyMoneyXXX) objects and introduced the double accounting stuff. He also rewrote the register code (ledger view), added multi-currency support, GPG encryption and some widget improvements. This all is now part of 0.8. "I would like to see KMyMoney become as well known as some other KDE programs like KMail, Kopete and others."
Uses:"I am using SuSE distros. Currently, I have SuSE 9.3 and 10.3 on 64 bit. For bug-hunting in KMyMoney I use a VMware virtual machine and load whatever is required. Also, I have already accessed a FreeBSD machine of one of our users through the internet to solve some problems."
tony at users.sourceforge.net
Tony is in early retirement, living in Berkshire, UK, about 30 miles west of London. He worked for 35+ years as a techie (anything from OS programming to database design) in the IT business, using many languages on many different mainframes. He last worked for Honeywell/Bull.
Tony did the Gnucash importer for KMyMoney and now continues to work on preparing the next stable release of MyMoney. Future plans? "Writing file archiver, I think."
Uses: Desktop with Suse9.3 64-bit.
Laptop with Suse9.2 32-bit. Also has another OS on it, I forget the name, something to do with panes...
||Robert Wadley -Artist, Visual
robntina at users.sourceforge.net
Rob is our artist/visual designer. He helped create the new look and feel of KMyMoney, suggesting visual improvements and creating the new default icon theme. He designed and made the new website, and he helped with the user manual. He also does all of the screenshots found on the website and in the user manual.
Rob also works as an artist for OpenOffice.org helping to create the KDE crytal icons for the KDE integrated version of that project. He has also done some icons which have been included in KDE.
Uses: PCLinuxOS 9.1 "Unstable"
||Alvaro Soliverez - Developer
asoliverez at users.sourceforge.net
Alvaro has worked in the IT industry since 1997, doing anything from application support to software development and project management. When he switched to Linux in 2005, he became aware of KMyMoney. This was the last application he was missing to make the final switch to a full GNU/Linux environment. Having programmed in C at an early age and currently developing in Java, he found his way around with C++. He is also a member of the local community of Ubuntu, helping others make the switch to Linux.
His contributions to KMyMoney include: the Argentinian translation (localized from the existing Spanish one), the forecast module and modifications to the budget reports.
Uses: Kubuntu and Xubuntu 7.10
||Fernando Vilas - Developer
fvilas at users.sourceforge.net
Fernando's interest in computers was inevitable after his parents found him trying to take apart the family car -- as a toddler. He started using Slackware and FreeBSD as part of a school project in 1997. Since then, as his taste in operating systems and programs matured he converted completely to Slackware in 2002. He is striving to convert his entire family to Linux operating systems -- under the threat he won't maintain their Windows boxes anymore.
He came across KMyMoney in search of a stable and Linux-friendly money management software. Currently, he is working with Tony on the database backend. Once that is stable, he hopes to add support for investment derivatives as well as a watch list for potential investments.
Uses: Laptop and Desktop - Slackware-current. Ancient Laptop - Xubuntu.
||Cristian Oneţ - Developer
onet.cristian at gmail.com
Cristian is a young Romanian who came in touch with Open Source Software during his studies at the Timișoara computer science faculty between 2002 and 2007. After spending some time with development in C for embedded devices for the automotive industry, he now develops desktop applications for Windows using C++.
In 2007 he started using KMyMoney and joined the developer community a year later. Before he became an official member of the team, Cristian developed a set of plugins for the application. Nowadays, he's one of the driving people behind the KDE4 port of KMyMoney.
Uses: Desktop - Gentoo Linux with KDE and VMs with varioius OSes
||Ian Neal - Developer
ianrsn70 at users.sourceforge.net
Ian lives in the UK and has worked in IT since 1993, but first got interested in programming in the early 80s whilst at school. Ian has previously coded in Basic (BBC and Visual), XUL/JS and simple C++.
Ian has been contributing patches to KMyMoney since early 2009 and has done work around making fuller use of adjusted dates and tapping into KDE's pimlibs for processing day calendars. He also contributes to Mozilla (Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey) and is a reviewer, module owner and driver for the SeaMonkey project
Uses: Uses: Fedora, Sun Solaris, OS X and Windows
||Ace Jones -Developer
acejones at users.sf.net
Ace has been a professional software developer since 1988. He learned in 6502, moved to C, then finally discovered C++ in 1994 and has been hooked ever since. He is also knowledgeable in intellectual property, software contracting, and various aspects of marketing. He is an active developer of KMyMoney, libOFX and the KIO::Slave for Creative Nomad Jukebox (kionjb).
His contributions to KMyMoney include: Reports, Charts, OFX importer, Online quotes, and the Anonymous file format. He is also maintaining the QIF importer and acts as the User documentation editor. Ace is fluent in all areas of KMM except ledgers.
Uses: SuSE & Mandrake