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The team

Here's a list of team members (incomplete). Everyone should provide their own description. Most importantly you should tell what role you think you will play in development, where you're located and what your areas of expertise are. Please also include an image of yourself (add the image (prescaled to proper size). You can either add it as an attachment and then add an Image macro next to your description - (look at the source for examples) or just write a URL to your image - as long as the URL ends with .jpg on .png, it will be rendered as an img tag.

Let's keep the list in alphabetical order (by last name). If your name isn't here, feel free to add it.

NB. The time zone in Finland and Estonia is EEST (+2), while in Hungary it's CEST (+1). So when scheduling meetings etc, keep the time difference in mind.

Team Helsinki

Teemu Leinonen

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Experience: research on pedagogical tools, concept design, interaction design, web UI design and managing (large scale - ITCOLE :-) international projects in the field of educational technology. In WP3 playing several roles: "enlightened customer", designer, facilitator, team leader (although Tarmo is the man in charge in the software development).

Location: Helsinki, Finland
Personal homepage:
Skype name: teemu.leinonen


Jukka Purma

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LeMill developer in Helsinki. I'm working with LeMill dissemination in Finland for 2008-2011 in AVO-project?. I have been working mainly on LeMill since 2006 and currently I am the person who knows most about what code does what. I've done most of the major refactoring and maintenance work in LeMill, but during next years I can develope less new features but I can do more documentation and general LeMill maintenance. my LeMill-page


Tarmo Toikkanen

Lead developer of Fle3. 15 years of programming experience (C/C++, Java, Python, Scheme, R, posix scripting)... 4 years of Zope development experience, under a year of Plone development experience. Besides software engineering I'm also a psychologists, working on my doctoral studies in educational psychology.

I'll most probably be working as one of the architects/analysts and will be producing code quite a lot. And if no-one else feels like working as the Scrum Master (project manager of sorts), I guess I'll need to handle that too.

Location: Helsinki, Finland
Personal homepage:
Skype name: tarmotoikkanen


Team Tallinn

Mart Laanpere

Tallinn, Estonia. Experience: managing (small scale) international projects in the field of educational technology, instructional design for e-learning. My role in the project is to coordinate the work of WP3 team in Tallinn University.


Aili Madisson

Tallinn, Estonia. Role: developer.


Meelis Mets

Tallinn, Estonia. Experience: XHTML, CSS, PHP, MySQL, Plone, Python. My role in the project is Plone programming.


Hans Põldoja

Helsinki & Tallinn. Experience: XHTML, CSS, user interface design, prototyping, PHP, MySQL. I have used Plone 3 years but don't have Python programming experience. My role in WP3 is user interface design.

Personal homepage:

Skype: hanspoldoja


Vahur Rebas

Tallinn, Estonia.

I have 3 years of programming experience. Zope and python are most familiar to me. I'm also developing IVA.


Pjotr Savitski

Tallinn, Estonia. Master student at Tallinn University. My main role in the project should be programming.


Martin Sillaots

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Tallinn, Estonia. Roll in CALIBRATE: right hand of Mart Laanpere. Experience: creation of learning objects (LO) compatible with IMS LOM and IMS Content Packaging. I have great expectations with new LO template prototypes because they are related with my doctoral plan (explorative and collaborative learning). I’m a teacher of Economics in high school and can be used as tester of collaborative learning objects, templates and tools.


Team Alumni

List of past team members.

Szabolcs Berecz

Budapest, Hungary. Python programmer, eLearning Department, Computer and Automation Research Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Student at Budapest Tech, John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics. Experience: C/C++, Python, Dylan, x86 assembly

Jan Dolonen

Oslo, Norway. Research & development of ICT based learning systems. Currently interested in web standards in educational technology.

László Fazekas

Budapest, Hungary. Chief Developer, eLearning Department, Computer and Automation Institude, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Experience: Java, C/C++, C#, MySQL, xmlDB, Linux Administration, UML. Homepage of the eLearning Department:

Balázs Göllner

Budapest, Hungary. Python programmer and student at Peter Pazmany Catholic University, Faculty of Information Technology. Experience: C/C++, C#, Oracle PL/SQL, PHP, Assembly.

Gábor Kaposi

Budapest, Hungary. Python programmer, eLearning Department, Computer and Automation Research Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Experience: C/C++/C#, Python, Java (EE), Delphi, SQL, XML, HTML, JavaScript?, CSS, Flash/ActionScript?

Terje Väljataga

Tampere & Tallinn. Teacher of natural sciences. Master and doctoral thesis (were) and are related to the learning objects from pedagogical point of view. Role in CALIBRATE: work on scenarious, design sessions with teachers.

Balázs Wagner

Budapest, Hungary. deputy Head of Department, eLearning Department, Computer and Automation Research Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Experience: Java, PHP, MySQL, XML, XHTML, CSS. I have 8 years of programming experience.