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| || '''Christoph Koenig''' [ MB: [http://www.musicbrainz.org/user/view.html?modname=donredman donredman] | IRC: donredman | Wiki: [[User:DonRedman|DonRedman]] | Last.fm: [http://www.last.fm/user/donredman/ donredman] | [http://www.akademie-der-wirren-ideen.de/ Home] ]
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| [[Image:DonRedmanPortrait.jpg]] || '''Christoph Koenig''' [ MB: [[editor:donredman|donredman]] | IRC: donredman | Wiki: [[User:DonRedman|DonRedman]] | Last.fm: [http://www.last.fm/user/donredman/ donredman] | [http://3qe.de/ Home] ]
 
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| Christoph, better known to brainzers as [[User:DonRedman|DonRedman]], is one of the major contributors to the [[Wiki Home|MusicBrainz Wiki]], and is largely responsible for its growth and use for the documentation and meta-organization of [[MusicBrainz]]. A proponent of "soft security," he can often be found on the mailing lists and Wiki arguing against the need for formal structures when things could work without them.
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| Christoph, better known to brainzers as [[User:DonRedman|DonRedman]], is one of the major [[MusicBrainz Contributor|contributors]] to the [[Wiki Home|MusicBrainz Wiki]], and was largely responsible for its growth and use for the [[WikiDocs| documentation]] and meta-organization of [[MusicBrainz]]. He has become MusicBrainz' resident expert on social issues and organizational development and is currently the secretary of the [[Style Council|StyleCouncil]].
 
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| A student of educational sciences at the [http://www.uni-hamburg.de/ University of Hamburg], Germany, Christoph is writing his master's thesis about "Processes of Learning and ''Bildung'' in Open Source Software Projects." As somewhat of a professional for communication, he found [[MusicBrainz]], and the community it forms, an exciting subject in this regard.
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| Christoph has studied educational sciences at the [http://www.uni-hamburg.de/ University of Hamburg], Germany, and has written his master's thesis about "Processes of Learning and ''Bildung'' in Open Source Software Projects." He is currently writing his Ph.D. thesis in educational sciences at the post-graduate school on [http://www.gkel.tu-darmstadt.de/ Feedback Based Quality Management in eLearning] at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany. As somewhat of a professional for communication, he found [[MusicBrainz]], and the community it forms, an exciting subject in this regard.
 
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| Christoph stumbled over open source and into [[MusicBrainz]] when he was somewhere in between postmodern philosophy, theories of autonomous learning and ''Bildung'' (educational philosophy). So, this is a non-hackers version of: "Perl hacker, looking for MP3-tagging tool, found [[MusicBrainz]], cool stuff!"
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| Christoph stumbled over open source and into [[MusicBrainz]] when he was somewhere in between postmodern philosophy, theories of autonomous learning and ''Bildung'' (educational philosophy). So, this is a non-hackers version of: "Perl hacker, looking for MP3-tagging tool, found [[MusicBrainz]], got addicted."
 
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Latest revision as of 14:47, 4 May 2014

Christoph Koenig

DonRedmanPortrait.jpg Christoph Koenig [ MB: donredman | IRC: donredman | Wiki: DonRedman | Last.fm: donredman | Home ]
Christoph, better known to brainzers as DonRedman, is one of the major contributors to the MusicBrainz Wiki, and was largely responsible for its growth and use for the documentation and meta-organization of MusicBrainz. He has become MusicBrainz' resident expert on social issues and organizational development and is currently the secretary of the StyleCouncil.
Christoph has studied educational sciences at the University of Hamburg, Germany, and has written his master's thesis about "Processes of Learning and Bildung in Open Source Software Projects." He is currently writing his Ph.D. thesis in educational sciences at the post-graduate school on Feedback Based Quality Management in eLearning at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany. As somewhat of a professional for communication, he found MusicBrainz, and the community it forms, an exciting subject in this regard.
Christoph stumbled over open source and into MusicBrainz when he was somewhere in between postmodern philosophy, theories of autonomous learning and Bildung (educational philosophy). So, this is a non-hackers version of: "Perl hacker, looking for MP3-tagging tool, found MusicBrainz, got addicted."