I’m Denver Gingerich, a free/libre/open-source software (“OSS” or “FLOSS”) and free culture advocate and open standards proponent. Currently I work at the Software Freedom Conservancy handling the technical side of Conservancy’s license compliance work (more details), and at Broadway Technology writing high-performance financial trading software. If you want to get in touch for any reason, please contact me.
I graduated from the University of Waterloo (UW) in June 2008 with a Bachelor of Math in Computer Science. While at UW, I lead Waterloo Libre Software Group, which I founded, and Waterloo Students for the Information Commons. After UW, I designed and built Bit Reader USB (top) as well as its companion software, Bit Inspector.
My past speaking engagements have included talks at Summercamp 2009 and Open Video Conference 2009. I’ve also attended these conferences: the 2007 and 2008 Ottawa Linux Symposiums, Ontario Linux Fest 2007 and 2008, CopyCamp 2008, SCALE 5x, the 2009, 2010, and 2011 Linux Foundation End User Summits, and LinuxCon North America 2011. I’m normally present at CopyNight New York meetings.
This web site is hosted by Stephen Paul Weber.
Thanks to Christopher Vollick for creating my avatar.