Staff Directory

Linux Journal masthead

  • President: Carlie Fairchild
  • Publisher: Mark Irgang
  • Associate Publisher: John Grogan
  • Executive Editor: Jill Franklin
  • Senior Editor: Doc Searls
  • Associate Editor: Shawn Powers
  • Virtual Editor: Bill Childers
  • Hack Editor: Kyle Rankin
  • Products Editor: James Gray
  • Proofreader: Geri Gale
  • Senior Columnist: Reuven Lerner
  • Security Editor: Mick Bauer
  • Contributing Editors:
    • David Bandel
    • Zack Brown
    • Marco Fioretti
    • Ibrahim Haddad
    • Greg Kroah-Hartman
    • Robert Love
    • Ludovic Marcotte
    • Dave Phillips
    • Paul Barry
    • Paul McKenney
  • Webmistress: Katherine Druckman
  • Art Director: Garrick Antikajian
  • Accountant: Candy Beauchamp
  • Editorial Advisory Board
    • Dave McAllister, Director of Open Source Standards for Adobe Systems
    • Nick Baronian, Security Engineer for a financial institution
    • Hari Boukis, founder of Advertising Magic
    • Steve Case, Engineer for Engineering Design Team (EDT)
    • Kalyana Krishna Chadalavada, High Performance COmputing for NCSA
    • Caleb S. Cullen, System Administrator for
    • Keir Davis, President of Xtern Software
    • Michael Eager, Consultant for his firm Eager Consulting
    • Dennis Franklin Frey, Civil Servant for U.S. Navy
    • Alicia Gibb, Research and Rapid Prototyper for Bug Labs
    • Victor Gregorio, QA Engineer for Penguin Computing
    • Philip Jacob, founder of StyleFeeder
    • Jay Kruizenga, freelance writer
    • Steve Marquez, founder of Critical RN Nursing Services
    • Carson McDonald, partner and Senior Software Engineer of/for Mission Data LLC
    • Brad Abram Baillio, Robotics Engineer for a government subcontractor
    • Craig Oda, PR Consultant, Page One PR
    • Jeffrey D. Parent, Engineer for Emerson Process Management
    • Charnell Lucich, Marketing and Communications for Peer1-ServerBeach
    • Kristin Shoemaker, freelance writer
    • Chris D. Stark, Linux Systems Administrator for Gemini Observatory
    • James Walker, Web Developer and Open Standards advocate
  • Reader Advisory Panel
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