The Trisquel Team

Although everyone who uses Trisquel GNU/Linux is a part of the Trisquel community, the work of maintaining and improving the project is mostly done by a small core group of individuals.

Project management

  • Sysadmin, packager & firefighter: Santiago Rodríguez Collazo a.k.a. aklis
    • Email address is bofh at trisquel dot info

Art

The art team designs the visual assets (backgrounds, boot splashes, icons, window themes, screensavers, etc.) to be used in each new release of the distro. Currently the hub for art submissions and discussions is at art4trisquel.org. Contact the blog owner Jose Benito to join.
  • Help wanted

Documentation

The documentation team writes and maintains the documentation and web browser add-ons section of the website and keeps them current for each. The documentation is then translated from English to other languages by localization team members.
  • Editor: SirGrant
    • Email address is sirgrant at member dot fsf dot org
  • Help wanted (Please contact either SirGrant or quidam)

Bug Testing

Bug testers run comprehensive tests of pre-release (alpha, beta, and RC) versions of the distribution and file detailed issue reports. When bugs are found, the analogous version of Ubuntu is also tested to see if the bug can be duplicated upstream, and if so the issue is reported upstream to the Ubuntu project and to the maintainers of individual software packages.
  • Help wanted

Localisation

The localisation team translates our abundant documentation and some other parts of the website from English to other languages. Fluency in the given language is a requirement.

If you are interested in becoming a Trisquel translator please join the Trisquel-translators mailing list

Spanish translators

Galician translators

French translators

  • Help wanted

German translators

  • Help wanted

Italian translators

  • Help wanted

Joining the Team

If you would like to be a member of the team, just contact Ruben on IRC or email.

Being an official member of the team requires more than just a general interest in the distro or occasionally giving feedback. Team members contribute some significant portion of their free time to the advancement of the project.

Every team member is expected to subscribe to and use the development mailing list and communicate on the #trisquel IRC channel on Freenode regularly.

Revisions

13, Jan 2011
AndrewT
13, Jan 2011
aklis
13, Jan 2011
quidam
14, Jan 2011
Jose Benito
22, Jan 2011
Ark74
06, Mar 2011
m3tti
08, Jun 2011
AndrewT
29, Sep 2011
ovruni
20, Feb 2012
Matsetes
20, Feb 2012
Kobe
25, Feb 2012
fabio
26, Mar 2012
SirGrant
30, Mar 2012
Khany
18, Jul 2013
lembas
20, Dec 2013
anonymous
20, Nov 2014
muhammed