This page lists the people currently involved in the OpenKinect community and development effort. If you're starting a new project or working on a particular new feature, check here to make sure someone else isn't already working on it!
Joshua Blake (JoshB) is the OpenKinect community founder and lead. He is responsible for bringing together everyone interested in OpenKinect and tries to coordinate the project's efforts and the people who work on them.
This includes mailing list and PR efforts such as twitter and blogs.
- Joshua Blake (JoshB)
- Seth Sandler (cerupcat), assists with Google Group mailing list apps
- Nink, primarily runs @openkinect on twitter
- Hector Martin (marcan), runs the openkinect.org server and Wiki software
Repo Maintainers have commit access to the official repository and integrate pull requests and patches.
libfreenect is the driver and API project that includes all code that communicates directly with the hardware for Linux, OS X, and Windows. The repository is located at https://github.com/OpenKinect/libfreenect/.
- Hector Martin (marcan) - original author and current maintainer
- Kyle Machulis (qDot) - integration, Git master, win32
- Joshua Blake (JoshB) - win32, C# wrapper
- Arne Bernin - debian/ubuntu packaging
- Theo Watson (ofTheo)
- stephanemagnenat - Working on ROS node which uses libfreenect, would like to push changes upstream. Our lab could help with calibration.
- Drew Fisher (zarvox) - Working on camera protocol reverse engineering & documentation
- zephod - Working on audio protocol and Win32 C++
- Tully Foote (tfoote) - Working on ROS node https://github.com/ros-pkg-git/kinect and managing separate branch used for integration with the ROS bindings https://github.com/ros-pkg-git/libfreenect
- Aditya Gaddam (LostInCake) - Help with C# wrapper if and when Josh needs it. Or just testing if not.
- Scott Byrns (scottb) - Java wrapper
- Aditya Gaddam (LostInCake) - ruby wrapper
- Juan Carlos del Valle (ekinox) - Action Script 3 server and API
- Mike Slinn (mslinn) - Action Script 3
- Mark Renouf (mrenouf/tweakt) - Ubuntu packaging