Wysija is 7 guys spread out all over the big wide world.
Ben in Hanoi, Vietnam / Partner : I’m originally from France and I’m the one who takes care of WordPress integrations. I love it when I’m in total control of the code, no surprises allowed. I dislike it when someone asks me “How does this part of your code work?” and I just have no idea. I’m happy when you guys are happy.
Jo in Niort, France / Partner: I take care of the visual editor and server stuff. Before adopting our friendly Wysija pigeon, I used to be a terrorist. I roamed the world competing in Counter Strike LAN competitions. While competing in China, I married a lovely Chinese. Sometimes, my cat participates in Skype conference calls.
Adrien in Lyon, France / Partner: I’m the creator of a popular Joomla! Newsletter component called Acymailing. I essentially bring my experience to the team. It’s a great feeling to see one CMS share code with another. I only eat frozen foods. Unless, I’m out hiking.
Kim in Lille, France / Partner: I do everything that doesn’t involve code. I grew up in lovely Montréal, was born in San Francisco, I go to Norway for xmas to visit my blue-eyed and yellow-haired relatives. I sometimes hang in crazy Congo. I love cooking some fancy stuff for my buddies I found on my favorite cooking blog. If you want to hit the squash or badminton court, get in touch.
Marco in Barcelona & NYC / Developer: I maintain the stable branch of the plugin and help people with technical issues. Building the building blocks and problem solving are my passions. Minimal designer, Object Oriented programming lover, WordPress engineer, Ruby fan.
Maciej, aka Ami, in Bydgoszcz, Poland / Support: you’ll probably interact with me more than any other members of the team. Especially if you have problems with our plugin. I’m nearly full time on support. My experience extends from 3 years on the Polish WordPress forums. “Help me help you” is my motto.
Tung in Hanoi, Vietnam / Developer & support: I want to build something useful. Wysija certainly offers that and quite a few learning curves. My motto? Do more than expected. On a personal level, I love trekking. I reached the top of Fansipan – the roof of Indochina at 3143 meters. That’s my face at the top!