Xavier has been involved with WordPress since 2004, first as the main French translator (still true), then as co-founder and president of WordPress-Francophone (also still true), the non-profit behind the French community. He has helped organize 5 barcamps and 2 WordCamps in Paris, along with a sprinkle of meetups and drinks. He co-wrote three editions of the main French WordPress book.
He plays bass and guitar, takes pictures, and has a receding hairline.
Tammie is a designer and has poked and tormented the pixels of the WordCamp Europe site. She’s also been torturing the t-shirts and swag. She comes from England. You can find her site at Logical Binary.
Ana Aires is co-founder of WidgiLabs, a portuguese company specialising in WordPress Development. She loves to write code and is passionate about WordPress’ modularity. After helping out in WordCamp Lisboa she is obsessed with creating a great experience for everyone attending WordCamp Europe. She thinks that movies featuring talking dogs or super heroes are totally uncool.
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Aside from being the team lead of the WordPress Polyglots, Zé is also an organiser of WordCamps and meetups in Lisbon, Porto, and now Europe. When not doing WordPress, he ponders on the real meaning of 42, annoys his neighbours with his drumming and forever seeks the secret and elusive instructions for a perfect dry-martini.
As a true European nomad, and after Italy, France, and Switzerland, Paolo currently lives in Vienna, where he organises the Vienna WordPress meetup, and from where he leads the WordPress.com Store Team for Automattic. When not thinking about WordPress, he is usually absorbed by his other passion, photography. Paolo lives online at PaoloBelcastro.com
Marcel is an experienced WordPress specialist at nostromo.nl, founded in 2009. He likes giving back to the WordPress community by creating plugins, helping with translations and assist in organizing WordCamp Europe 2013.
Caspar is a helpdesk wizard and theme enthusiast at MarketPress.com, tweaking WordPress themes and plugins for a living. He writes a blog post now and then and has co-organised WP Camp Berlin, as well as the local WP Meetup in Potsdam, which happens to be the first continuing WordPress meetup group in Germany.
Siobhan’s a Word Ninja at Audrey Capital, spending 100% of her time working on WordPress.org. As well as writing docs, she’s writing an open source book about the history of WordPress. She’s an organiser of WordCamp London, which you should also attend because it’ll be awesome.