I'm a Miro developer employed by Participatory Culture Foundation.
What I do:
I spend my Miro-development hours testing, release engineering, doing some release planning, doing Linux and Windows development, working on enhancements, fixing bugs, and Ubuntu support, packaging and testing. I also do some bug triage, user support, and "public relations" (i.e. hanging out with content creators and content publishers and explaining how the Miro universe fits into their world). I think I'm averaging between 40 an 60 hours a week for work but my wife insists it's a lot more than that. I haven't had the courage to measure it, yet--some things are probably best left unquantified.
Ways that you can get a hold of me:
irc: willguaraldi on
will dot guaraldi at pculture dot org
Meet me for coffee:
I live near Boston, MA, USA right off of the T. I'd love to hang out, get a cup of coffee, and talk Miro and Miro-related things. If you're in the area, definitely look me up.
I'd also love to do Miro or Miro-related hackfests. If you're interested, let me know.
The rest of my world:
My other web-site is at http://bluesock.org/~willg/.
I'm the maintainer of PyBlosxom. I've been doing some GSOC and GHOP work with the Python Software Foundation.
I started a co-working group called Nomadic Telecommuting Herd which grows linearly with respects to how much time I put into it which comes in spurts.