I know Evan well from serving on the board at StatusNet (aka E14N / Identica ) from 2009-2011. I learned a great deal working with Evan. His passion for free software, open content, and open companies is courageous, inspiring and contagious. The term "visionary entrepreneur" is typically overused, but I don't think that is the case here. Evan has a consistent vision for the world he wants to build and has been working relentlessly to make it happen.
Evan is founder material. If you get him on your team, he cares tremendously about the product and will help in any way possible to make it real. He builds out what's necessary today while thinking about the future. And he comes up with new product ideas that improve upon what you've already built, all the while caring about the customers you've worked so hard to get.
It's rare to be able to get an engineer that is so front-facing, with as much product and startup experience as he has. Plus I've been friends with Evan for about a decade. I have always leaned on him for advice, and he is often spot on. I highly recommend speaking to him for any serious project.
I give free advice (worth double its price or your money back), make introductions, answer emails, make sympathetic noises, get enthused over awesome ideas. Try to help people avoid my mistakes; usually fail.
I'm especially interested in Open Source, federated social web, and Montreal startups.
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