Two Radical Reference volunteers, James Jacobs and ShinJoung Yeo, both librarians at Stanford University helped develop an Open Source Lab "to be a nexus on campus for the discussion, advocacy, and technical support of community-based technologies and information systems" at the institution, and it was written up in Red Hat Magazine.
James and Shinjoung--when do they sleep? In addition to the lab, things they're involved with, together and separately:
Committee on the Status of Women in Librarianship of ALA (Link not working at post time. The ALA website sucks. What else is new?)
Free Government Information
Government Documents Round Table of ALA
Stanford Libraries Information Center