Altin Ukshini is the project leader, he is a 20 year old FLOSS (Free Libre and Open Source Software) and Open Knowledge activist since 2009. As a very active community guy, he has passionately co-founded and led tech projects and events in Kosovo and the US. He has been part of Louisville’s LVL1 hackerspace in Kentucky, United States of America for a year (while he was an exchange student). He received the “Honorary Citizen of Louisville” award by the city Mayor and during his stay he founded a non-profit and the first conference about Open Source Software in Kentucky called MOSSCon (Midwest Open Source Software Conference). Altin is the the President of the Board at FLOSSK and MOSSCon, Prishtina Hackerspace co-founder, board member at STIKK (Kosovo Association of Information and Communication Technology) and a Mozilla representative from Kosovo. He used to work at IPKO Foundation where he organized and lead some of the foundation’s projects, as well as managed the tech part of them, now Altin works at IPKO Telecom in Prishtina as a Linux and SAP Basis / System administrator
Gent Thaci is the project coordinator, he is a 20 year old FLOSS Hacktivist and is part of the Board at FLOSSK, Gent is also the community manager, and one of the Prishtina Hackerspace co-founders. He is a Fedora Project Ambassador and a Mozilla Representative as well. Gent has been part of the tech community in Kosovo actively since he joined FLOSSK back in 2009 through different projects and organized events. While an exchange student in the U.S. he had the opportunity to visit Silicon Valley for a week and spoke at Noisebridge about the tech scene in Kosovo. He met a lot of people from the community there and also visited EFF.