Ian Eslick
A Person. A devoted Common Lisp fan, his first lisp projects were a natural language processing library called langutils and a lisp version of ConceptNet. He since stepped in as the lead co-developer of Elephant, wrote a number of small libraries including the recently released cl-twitter, and has contributed to a number of other projects including Weblocks and a major project that is about to be open-sourced (LAMsight - link TBA).

Ian is currently finishing a PhD at the MIT Media Lab where he has a home page that describes some of his other past and current activities.