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Youth Hacking 4 Freedom

Jury for YH4F for 2021/2022 edition

Participants in Youth Hacking 4 Freedom come from very different backgrounds with different skills. Our jury takes care that every project gets a fair rating.

  • Thorsten Behrens

    Thorsten Behrens

    Thorsten is a software engineer by education and Free Software lover by heart, contributing to Open Source and Open Standards for over 20 years now. He is one of the founders of the LibreOffice project, currently serving on The Document Foundation's board, and runs his Free Software consultancy allotropia GmbH as a day job.

  • Isabel Drost-Fromm

    Isabel Drost-Fromm

    Isabel Drost-Fromm is member of the Apache Software Foundation, co-founder and board member of the InnerSource Commons Foundation. Interested in all things search and text mining.

  • Antje Kazimiers

    Antje Kazimiers

    After finishing her studies of computer science, Antje Kazimiers worked for several years as a software engineer. More recently, she has been creating educational material on computer science topics and teach programming to students and teachers.

  • Klaus Knopper

    Klaus Knopper

    Klaus Knopper holds a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering. In his main occupation at the University of Kaiserslautern, he works as Professor for Software Engineering and is Vice President with focus on digitalization. He is also active as software developer in Open Source system programming and accessibility. One of his better known projects is Knoppix, a self-contained GNU/Linux live system running without installation.

  • Greg Kroah-Hartman

    Greg Kroah-Hartman

    Greg Kroah-Hartman is a major Linux kernel developer. He works as the maintainer for the Linux stable kernel branch and a variety of subsystems. Greg is a co-author of Linux Device Drivers, author of Linux Kernel in a Nutshell and frequently helps in the documentation of the kernel and driver development through talks and tutorials.

  • Cryptie

    Amandine "cryptie" Jambert

    Amandine "cryptie" Jambert has been working in privacy for 15 years and volunteer at the FSFE for 10 years. Since her PhD thesis in cryptography for privacy, she has been working in the public sector as an IT/Privacy specialist. In parallel, she regularly volunteer for the FSFE. In particular, she has been deputy-coordinator for translation into French since 2014 and a GA member since 2017.

  • Vincent Lequertier

    Vincent Lequertier

    Vincent Lequertier is a PhD candidate at the Claude Bernard university in Lyon, France, researching on artificial intelligence for healthcare. During his spare time, he volunteers for the Free Software Foundation Europe, where he helps advance Software Freedom.

  • Neil McGovern

    Neil McGovern

    Neil McGovern has been involved with open source software for over 20 years, both personally and professionally. Neil has run the engineering team of a large open source software consultancy, and is currently the Executive Director of the GNOME Foundation.

  • micu


    micu (Michael Voigt) works as a software engineer in Berlin and has been championing Free Software for over 10 years now. He is one of the main developers of the free Berlin-Vegan Guide app for SailfishOS, Android and iOS. His main fields of interest are IT security, privacy and pro audio software.

  • Hannes Mehnert

    Hannes Mehnert

    Hannes Mehnert is a software engineer working on MirageOS (https://mirageos.org) at the non-profit robur (https://robur.coop). He used to work in academia on formal verification of software and semantics of TCP/IP.

  • Hannes Mehnert

    Claudia Müller-Birn

    Claudia is a professor for Human-Centered Computing at the Freie Universität Berlin. People build software for people; thus, we need to overcome to think of software as something solely technical. On the contrary, it is a socio-technical artifact, and we need to bring the human to the center of our attention.

  • Lydia Pintscher

    Lydia Pintscher

    Lydia has been around Free Software for 15 years, focusing on the people and process side of it. She's been supporting various Free Software projects, most notably KDE e.V. as a member of its board of directors and Wikimedia as the product manager for Wikidata.

  • Aleix Pol i Gonzàlez

    Aleix Pol i Gonzàlez

    Aleix Pol i Gonzàlez has been collaborating with KDE since 2007. He started working in software development in the KDE Education area and KDevelop. Aleix joined the KDE e.V. board of directors in 2014. In his day-job, he is employed by Blue Systems where he has worked with other parts of the community including Plasma and Qt.

  • Nikos Roussos

    Nikos Roussos

    Nikos is a Software Engineer currently working mostly on projects that focusing on decentralization and privacy, but also on climate justice and sustainability. He is the FSFE coordinator for Greece.

  • Harald Welte

    Harald Welte

    Harald Welte is the founder of the Free Software project Osmocom and was formerly involved in netfilter/iptables, the Openmoko project, and did GNU GPL compliance work with gplviolations.org.

  • Marvin W

    Marvin W

    Marvin has been contributing to free software for more than 10 years, with a focus on Android and federated encrypted messaging. He's the developer of microG and a member of the XMPP Standards Foundation.

  • Stefano Zacchiroli

    Stefano Zacchiroli

    Stefano Zacchiroli is Associate Professor of Computer Science at Université de Paris on leave at Inria, co-founder and current CTO of the Software Heritage project, and official member of the Debian Project since 2001, where he was elected to serve as Debian Project Leader for 3 terms in a row over the period 2010-2013. He is a former Board Director of the Open Source Initiative (OSI), and recipient of the 2015 O'Reilly Open Source Award.

  • Stefano Zacchiroli

    Alexios Zavras

    Alexios Zavras (zvr) is the Senior Open Source Compliance Engineer of Intel Corp. He has been involved with Free Software since 1983, and is an evangelist for all things Open. He is an active participant in a number of industry-wide efforts around compliance issues. He has a PhD in Computer Science after having studied Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in Greece and the United States.