About Ippy Gray
Blog posts by Ippy Gray
I have worked with Netuxo since 2003, tackling a broad range of tasks for the co-op. My background is in newspaper and web publishing and also in co-operative development and social housing. I have been working with Drupal since 2004. In the rest of my life I've worked towards the end of the military-industrial-patriarchal complex in as idiosyncratic and fun ways as I've been privileged to.
When not managing projects, developing Drupal sites, or delivering training for Netuxo, I can be found out and about running the trail or on my bike (a Genesis Croix de Fer — the tank girl of bikes for places with hills! — which I love … obviously). Otherwise I'll be working in the veg garden or with the trees and vines and hanging out with our amazing dog family and gang of hens.
About Andrea(s) Speck
Blog posts by Andrea(s) Speck
I joined Netuxo in 2014. My background is in environmental engineering and I worked for more than 12 years at War Resisters' International as a programme worker. I have been working with Drupal for several years and have experience both as a client of Netuxo, accompanying development, and also as a Drupal developer. Additionally, I have extensive experience managing medium and larger scale projects and of working in NGOs and social movement organisations.
I like escaping for long tours on my bicycle from time to time (Latin America, the Pyrenees, ...). My interests include nonviolence training and social movement organising. I usually identify as genderqueer.
Blog posts by Mick
Mick is the one in the picture wearing a cap, beard and dark glasses, all of which conspire to conceal his natural ingenuousness.
The photo isn't very recent, but nevertheless, sundry chance circumstances of geography, history and other subjects have led to his sometime engagement at Netuxo Towers as a sysadmin and general nuisance.
He writes python code and likes to arrange data in neat columns. Other activities include gardening, mountain walks, guitar-playing, cooking and wondering if he's living in a simulation of some kind.