The linux kernel credits are in many cases years old, and even when you find someone who seems like a logical fit (don't pester the guy who did virtual memory stuff if you want a serial driver) the contact information is no longer valid.
 This would be short term contract work, for a USB/serial device. It's using the FTDI chipset in MPSSE mode (talking to an i2c radio chip). Linux of course sees the FTDI chip, and brings it up as two plain serial ports. If the ftdi driver were modified to recognize the specific device, and not treat it as a plain serial, and allow some rudimentary configuration of the radio from userspace, that would be all that I need. Access to windows source code (C#) that does this and to the hardware would be provided. I just don't know where to start to look for someone. Kernel code is out of my league.