List of Community Members Skills

I saw a few posts where people ask for help on different types of things, so I thought it would be helpful if we each sort of introduced our skills so people can know who to ask for help in the future.

Skills can be anything from different types of programming, to GIF making, to video animation, to anything else helpful.

@moderators Can you help make this a wiki so this OP list can be added to by everyone?

I’ll go first:

  • @WhiteOutMashups: JS, general web / python design, article revisions / editing
  • @goindeep: content, writing, marketing, tech interpretation, general ideas man and hot sauce maker
  • @Dimitar: basic graphic design (flyers), basic website building (wordpress), advanced VoIP(PBX) skills
  • @Nigel: general design / branding skills. General knowledge of SAFE Network capabilities. Jack of all trades, master of none.
  • @isntism: blenderhead / 3D artist.
  • @Future : beginner in website design (HTML and CSS, now learning JS),written editing. Passionate about marketing ideas, tech innovations and design. My main goal consists on discovering and trying to spread/share new tech in simple way so other people could join.
  • @dask python, scientific computing, systems models, machine learning, nlp. Technical/scientific writing
  • @jpl Market research, writing reports & brochures etc, marketing, media relations, testing. I’m not really a techie but I know my way around Linux and Windows and understand coding basics and am always happy to help developers test their code.
  • @draw Linux, C, Python(not a specialist)
  • @opacey London meetup host (can help find venues or provide a platform for demos and presentations). Also blockchain specialist, ex-derivatives trader and Excel VBA wizz.
  • @kellytk Technical product development and trends forecasting with particular interest in decentralized and privacy-respecting innovation in the domains of money (cryptocurrency) and communication. (Safe) I’m writing Rust daily to be ready to build first-class apps for Safe.
  • @Sonder Control systems engineer, design software and electrical control systems for automated machinery and process plants, SCADA & PLC programming, Robots, Motion control, etc.

It would be great to find out who has some art / graphic design skills, as I recently saw a few people asking for help on things like that.

But all skills are welcome! Post above or below :slight_smile:


I would say I have some general design / branding knowledge. I’m by no means a professional and I don’t always have a ton of time but people can always feel free to reach out.


Very good idea Will! I added my core skills with which I can help someone :slight_smile:


Great thanks so much guys for your additions and listing yourselves for helping people out

Great stuff :slight_smile:


Always happy to help out as long as its on spare time.


I’m a currently a java developer (contractor) by trade, but have full stack (web) experience too.

My LinkedIn profile has more detail:


Don’t know if what i pointed out could be considered skills :joy: But want to give my contribution to SafeNetwork in any possible way though i’m not expert in coding or technical tech-topics. By the way this project is definitely making both my passion and skills about coding, design and tech growing in me


Great idea! Added my relevant bits.


Great idea. There are loads of us who want to help move this thing forward but very few of us are systems developers - or developers of any kind. There may not be enough of us to form centres of excellence, but having go-to people in a number of areas could be a big help. Of course, many of us are busy and shouldn’t feel under obligation to dedicate time and effort, but if we are able I’m sure most of us will.


Wow this blew up thanks everyone for help filling it in so far, keep it going!

Cool to see 3D animators on this list, maybe they can make some 3D MaidSafe / SAFE Net logo renders :scream:


Blender 3D modeling / animation, amateur level


qubes os (xen, fedora, debian, whonix), android (lineage, /e/), ubuntu (on an old macbook 5,1 from 2008), editor/lector/corrector in german language, digital privacy/security enthusiast


HTML/CSS/PHP/SQL. I’m also a MCSE and have some computer forensic experience. Most of my coding experience is with in house websites and is somewhat dated, but I have recently picked up Python and am learning JS.


good with: PHP, HTML, MySQL, SQL, Fireworks
using: CSS, JS, Bootstrap, XML, json
started learning(or willing to start) : Java, Laravel, Node, graph databases, connected data

  • inhouse web software for printing of paper vouchers in PDF files, and several dosen other purposes (for the company I am working for);
  • inhouse simple xml or json apis for the web portal (for the company I am working for) ;
  • CMS for simple websites or online catalogs with online orders. I am offering this to small companies with small budgets to show their business in Internet or show their production and receive online orders (this is my personal project).

I’m a software control systems engineer. I specialise in writing code and designing electrical control systems for automated machines and process plants in factories. I work a lot with PLC’s (programmable logic controllers), robots, motion control, vision systems, SCADA, etc.

I’ve come from an electrical engineering background with always a strong passion for computers and programming. I’ve always wanted to attempt to develop apps, but haven’t managed to find the time to push myself in that area. Maidsafe / SAFE is making me want to push that area much more to see what I could build. I’d love to work on open source software that distributes value whilst keeping privacy and security at the top of the agenda.

Edit: also been a professional poker player for about 5 years and been learning Spanish on and off since 2014, pushed myself a lot on that front last year with spending 6 months in South / Central America.


Glad people are continuing to add to the list, to help the community.

Make sure to add your skills to the OP at the top so people can easily find you.