Code of Conduct Committee
Last updated: October 17, 2019. View change history.
You can contact the Code of Conduct
Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Stacey Haysler (Chair)
Stacey Haysler is the CFO and COO of PostgreSQL Experts, Inc., in
Alameda, California. She is a PostgreSQL Global Development Group
Contributor, and is also a principal organizer of the San Francisco
PostgreSQL Users’ Group and PgDay San Francisco.
Carole Arnaud is an executive board member of Dalibo and team manager.
She lives in Nantes, France. She was part of the PGDay France committee
from 2015 to 2018, and has been a co-organizer of pgDay Paris since
Ilya Kosmodemiansky is a CEO and co-founder at Data Egret, lives in
Saarbruecken, Germany. He is a co-organizer of usergroups and meetups
(PostgreSQL User group Frankfurt-am-Main, DevOpsSaar meetup) and is part
of the organization team of several conferences (PGConf.EU, FOSDEM
PGDay, PGDay.Russia). He is also a member of the Sponsorship Committee
of PostgreSQL Project.
Jonathan S. Katz is the Director of Cloud Engineering & Growth at
Crunchy Data, and lives in New York. He is a PostgreSQL Global
Development Group Major Contributor focused on advocacy, the website,
and releases, and also serves on the board of the United States
Umair Shahid heads Marketing & Products for 2ndQuadrant and is based
in Islamabad, Pakistan. He serves as a member of PgUS User Group
committee along with being the organizer for Islamabad and Dubai
PostgreSQL Users' Groups. As part of his day job, he organizes the
annual PostgresLondon event.
Lætitia Avrot is a Database Consultant for EnterpriseDB and lives
in France, near Lyon. She is one of the Co-Founders of Postgres Women
and is also an organizer of the Postgres Lyon User Group.
Vik Fearing is a consultant and trainer for 2ndQuadrant France, and
lives in Paris, France. He has been in the PostgreSQL community since
2008 and is the founder and co-organizer of pgDay Paris, co-organizer of
PostgreSQL Conference Europe, and a volunteer and speaker at many other
conferences around the world. He is also a moderator for several of the
PostgreSQL mailing lists as well as an IRC channel operator for
#postgresql and #postgresqlfr. He is an inaugural member of the
PostgreSQL Code of Coduct Committee and part of the team behind the
@PostgreSQL Twitter account. In his spare time, he likes to write minor
patches to the PostgreSQL codebase.