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7
8<sect1 id="intro-welcome-credits" xreflabel="Credits">
9<sect1info>
10<othername>$LastChangedBy$</othername>
11<date>$Date$</date>
12</sect1info>
13<?dbhtml filename="credits.html"?>
14<title>Credits</title>
15
16<para>Many people have contributed both directly and indirectly to <acronym>
17BLFS</acronym>. This page lists all of those we can think of. We may well have
18left people out and if you feel this is the case, drop us line. Many
19thanks to all of the <acronym>LFS</acronym> community for their assistance with
20this project. If you are in the list and wish to have your email address
21included, again please drop us a line to &maintainer-address; and we'll
22be happy to add it. We don't include email addresses by default so if
23you want it included, please state so when you contact us.</para>
24
25<sect2>
26<title>Editors</title>
27<itemizedlist>
28
29<listitem><para><emphasis>Editor:</emphasis> Bruce Dubbs <ulink
30url="mailto:&maintainer-address;">&lt;&maintainer-address;&gt;</ulink></para>
31</listitem>
32
33<listitem><para><emphasis>Co-Editors:</emphasis> Larry Lawrence,
34Billy O'Connor, Tushar Teredesai, Igor Zivkovic, DJ Lucas, and Randy McMurchy.</para></listitem>
35
36</itemizedlist>
37</sect2>
38
39<sect2>
40<title>Text Authors</title>
41<itemizedlist>
42
43<listitem><para>Chapter 01. Based on the <acronym>LFS</acronym> introductory
44text by <emphasis> Gerard Beekmans</emphasis>, modified by <emphasis>
45Mark Hymers</emphasis> for <acronym>BLFS</acronym>.</para></listitem>
46
47<listitem><para>Chapter 02: The /usr versus /usr/local debate: <emphasis>Andrew
48McMurry</emphasis>.</para></listitem>
49
50<listitem><para>Chapter 02: Going beyond <acronym>BLFS</acronym>: <emphasis>
51Tushar Teredesai</emphasis>.</para></listitem>
52
53<listitem><para>Chapter 02: Package Management: <emphasis>
54Tushar Teredesai</emphasis>.</para></listitem>
55
56<listitem><para>Chapter 03: /etc/inputrc: <emphasis>Chris Lynn</emphasis>.
57</para></listitem>
58
59<listitem><para>Chapter 03: Customizing your logon &amp; vimrc: <emphasis>Mark
60Hymers</emphasis>.</para></listitem>
61
62<listitem><para>Chapter 03: /etc/shells: <emphasis>Igor
63Zivkovic</emphasis>.</para></listitem>
64
65<listitem><para>Chapter 03: Random number script <emphasis>Larry Lawrence</emphasis>.
66</para></listitem>
67
68<listitem><para>Chapter 03: Creating a Custom Boot Disk <emphasis>Mike
69Bedwell</emphasis> and expanded by <emphasis>Bill Maltby</emphasis>.</para>
70</listitem>
71
72<listitem><para>Chapter 03: The Bash Shell Startup Files <emphasis>James
73Robertson</emphasis>.</para></listitem>
74
75<listitem><para>Chapter 03: Compressed docs <emphasis>Olivier
76Peres</emphasis>.</para></listitem>
77
78<listitem><para>Chapter 04: Firewalling: <emphasis>Henning Rohde with thanks to
79Jeff Bauman</emphasis>.</para></listitem>
80
81<listitem><para>Chapter 11: Which <emphasis>Mark Hymers</emphasis> with
82many thanks to <emphasis>Seth Klein</emphasis> and <emphasis>Jesse
83Tie-Ten-Quee</emphasis>.</para></listitem>
84
85<listitem><para>Chapter 26: XFree86 <emphasis>Bruce Dubbs</emphasis>.</para>
86</listitem>
87
88<listitem><para>Chapter 28: Intro to Window Managers <emphasis>Bruce Dubbs
89</emphasis>.</para></listitem>
90
91<listitem><para>Chapter 29: KDE: <emphasis>Bruce Dubbs</emphasis>.</para>
92</listitem>
93
94<listitem><para>Chapter 32: GNOME: <emphasis>Larry Lawrence</emphasis>.</para>
95</listitem>
96
97</itemizedlist>
98</sect2>
99
100<sect2>
101<title>Installation Instruction Authors</title>
102<itemizedlist>
103
104<listitem><para>aalib, Alsa, ffmpeg, gocr, MPlayer, opendivx, sane, transcode,
105xvid and xsane: <emphasis>Alex Kloss</emphasis></para></listitem>
106
107<listitem><para>AbiWord, at-spi, ATK, audiofile, avifile, bc, bonobo-activation,
108bug-buddy, cdrdao, cdrtools, cpio, curl, dhcp, enlightenment, eog, esound,
109fcron, fluxbox, FNLIB, gail, galeon, gconf-editor, gdbm, gedit, gimp, GLib2,
110gmp, gnet, gnome-applets, gnome-desktop, gnome-games, gnome-icon-theme,
111gnome-libs, gnome-media, gnome-mime-data, gnome-panel, gnome-session,
112gnome-system-monitor, gnome-terminal, gnome-themes, gnome-utils, gnome-vfs,
113gnome2-user-docs, gnumeric, GTK+2, gtk-doc, gtk-engines, gtk-thinice-engine,
114eel, imlib, intltool, lame, libao, libart_lgpl, libbonobo, libbonoboui,
115libgail-gnome, libglade2, libgnome, libgnomecanvas, libgnomeprint,
116libgnomeprintui, libgnomeui, libgsf, libgtkhtml, libgtop, libIDL, libogg,
117librep, librsvg, libvorbis, libwnck, libxml2, libxslt, linc, LPRng, Linux_PAM,
118metacity, MIT Kerberos 5,MPlayer, mutt, nautilus, nautilus-media, oaf, OpenJade, OpenSP,
119OpenSSH, ORBit, ORBit2, pan, Pango, pccts, pcre, pkgconfig, postfix,
120procmail, Python, QT, rep-gtk, ruby, sawfish, scrollkeeper, sgml-common,
121sgml-dtd, shadow, startup-notification, unzip, vorbis-tools, vte, wget, XFce,
122xine, xml-dtd, yelp and zip: <emphasis>Larry Lawrence</emphasis></para>
123</listitem>
124
125<listitem><para>CDParanoia, mpg123, SDL and XMMS: <emphasis>Jeroen
126Coumans</emphasis></para></listitem>
127
128<listitem><para>alsa, cvs, dhcpcd, gpm, hdparm, libjpeg, libmng, libpng,
129libtiff, libungif, giflib, links, lynx, openssl, tcsh, which, zsch, zlib: <emphasis>
130Mark Hymers</emphasis></para></listitem>
131
132<listitem><para>traceroute: <emphasis>Jeff
133Bauman</emphasis></para></listitem>
134
135<listitem><para>db and lcms: <emphasis>Jeremy Jones and Mark Hymers</emphasis>
136</para></listitem>
137
138<listitem><para>aspell, balsa, bind, bonobo, bonobo-conf, cvs server,
139db-3.3.11, db-3.1.17, emacs, evolution, exim, expat, gal, gnome-print, GnuCash,
140gtkhtml, guppi, guile, guppi, g-wrap, leafnode, lesstif, libcapplet,
141libesmtp, libfam, libghttp, libglade, pine, portmap, PostgreSQL,
142pspell, qpopper, readline, reiserfs, Samba, sendmail,
143slrn, soup, tex, tcp-wrappers, and xinetd: <emphasis>Billy O'Connor</emphasis>
144</para></listitem>
145
146<listitem><para>ProFTPD and rsync: <emphasis>Daniel Baumann</emphasis></para>
147</listitem>
148
149<listitem><para>ESP Ghostscript: <emphasis>Matt Rogers</emphasis></para>
150</listitem>
151
152<listitem><para>Cyrus-SASL, DejaGnu, desktop-file-utils, DocBook-utils,
153Ethereal, Expect, Heimdal, HTML Tidy, JadeTeX, SGMLSpm Perl module, SLIB,
154Stunnel and Sysstat: <emphasis>Randy McMurchy</emphasis></para></listitem>
155
156<listitem><para>Screen: <emphasis>Andreas Pedersen</emphasis></para></listitem>
157
158<listitem><para>PHP: <emphasis>Jeremy Utley</emphasis></para></listitem>
159
160<listitem><para>Gimp-Print, libusb: <emphasis>Alexander E. Patrakov</emphasis></para></listitem>
161
162<listitem><para>fetchmail and wvdial: <emphasis>Paul Campbell</emphasis></para>
163</listitem>
164
165<listitem><para>udftools, perl modules: <emphasis>Richard Downing</emphasis></para></listitem>
166
167<listitem><para>Epiphany, FLAC, File Roller, GNOME Magnifier,
168GNOME Netstatus, GNOME Speech, GOK, GPdf, GnomeMeeting, Gnopernicus,
169Imlib2, LZO, MC, NASM, Nautilus CD Burner, OpenQuicktime,
170Speex, Zenity, compface, gcalctool, gucharmap, id3lib, kde-i18n,
171kdeaccessibility, kdebindings, kdesdk, kdevelop, kdewebdev, libFAME,
172liba52, libdv, libdvdcss, libdvdread, libmad, libmikmod and libmpeg3:
173<emphasis>Igor Zivkovic</emphasis></para></listitem>
174
175<listitem><para>tripwire: <emphasis>Manfred Glombowski</emphasis></para>
176</listitem>
177
178<listitem><para>ALSA Firmware, ALSA OSS, inetutils, gdk, GLib, GTK+, libxml and vim: <emphasis>
179James Iwanek</emphasis></para></listitem>
180
181<listitem><para>iptables: <emphasis>Henning Rohde</emphasis></para></listitem>
182
183<listitem><para>joe, nano, nmap, slang, w3m and whois: <emphasis>Timothy
184Bauscher</emphasis></para></listitem>
185
186<listitem><para>MySQL: <emphasis>Jesse Tie-Ten-Quee</emphasis></para></listitem>
187
188<listitem><para>fontconfig, gcc, gcc2, j2sdk, mozilla, nas, openoffice, ispell, nail,
189ImageMagick, hd2u,
190STLport, tcl, tk and bind-utils: <emphasis>Tushar Teredesai</emphasis></para></listitem>
191
192<listitem><para>cracklib, libpcap, ncpfs, netfs, ppp(update), RP-PPPoE
193and Samba-3: <emphasis>DJ Lucas</emphasis></para></listitem>
194
195<listitem><para>ntp: <emphasis>Eric Konopka</emphasis></para></listitem>
196
197<listitem><para>nfs-utils: <emphasis>Reinhard</emphasis></para></listitem>
198
199<listitem><para>courier: <emphasis>Jim Gifford</emphasis></para></listitem>
200
201</itemizedlist>
202</sect2>
203
204<sect2>
205<title>General Acknowledgments</title>
206
207<itemizedlist>
208
209<listitem><para><emphasis>Gerard Beekmans</emphasis> for generally
210putting up with us and for running the whole <acronym>LFS</acronym> project.
211</para></listitem>
212
213<listitem><para><emphasis>Mark Hymers</emphasis> for initiating the
214<acronym>BLFS</acronym>project and writing many of the initial chapters
215of the book.</para></listitem>
216
217<listitem><para><emphasis>Lee Harris</emphasis> for writing the gpm.txt
218hint on which our gpm instructions are based.</para></listitem>
219
220<listitem><para><emphasis>Marc Heerdink</emphasis> for writing the
221gpm2.txt hint on which our gpm instruction are based.</para></listitem>
222
223<listitem><para><emphasis>Jeremy Jones</emphasis> (otherwise known as
224<emphasis>mca</emphasis>) for hacking Makefiles and general assistance.</para>
225</listitem>
226
227<listitem><para><emphasis>J_Man</emphasis> for submitting a gpm-1.19.3.diff
228file on which our gpm instructions are based.</para></listitem>
229
230<listitem><para><emphasis>Scot McPherson</emphasis> for writing the
231gnome-1.4.txt hint from which was gathered useful information and for
232warning us that GNOME Version 2.0 may not be ready to put in the book.</para>
233</listitem>
234
235
236
237<!--
238<listitem><para><emphasis>Tushar Teredesai</emphasis> for writing the
239Compiling Java 2 SDK from Scratch hint on which j2sdk is based and for writing
240the docbook hint used throughout the typesetting chapter.</para></listitem>
241-->
242
243<listitem><para><emphasis>Oliver Brakmann</emphasis> for developing the
244dhcpcd patch for <acronym>FHS</acronym> compliance.</para></listitem>
245
246<!-- <listitem><para><emphasis>DJ Lucas</emphasis> for contributing to dhcpcd
247patch and many contributions while <acronym>DHCP</acronym> section was being
248developed and beyond.</para></listitem>
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250
251<!-- <listitem><para><emphasis>Billy O'Connor</emphasis> for building GNOME
2522.0 so many times and being very helpful with his comments on that section.
253</para></listitem>
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255
256<listitem><para><emphasis>Ted Riley</emphasis> for writing the
257Linux-<acronym>PAM</acronym> + CrackLib + Shadow hint on which reinstalling
258shadow to use <acronym>PAM</acronym> is based.</para></listitem>
259
260<listitem><para><emphasis>Fernando Arbeiza</emphasis> for doing great
261quality assurance on Shadow utilizing <acronym>PAM</acronym>. The machine
262access he saved may have been yours.</para></listitem>
263
264<listitem><para><emphasis>Jim Harris</emphasis> for writing the
265dig-nslookup-host.txt hint on which the bind-utils instructions are based.
266</para></listitem>
267
268<listitem><para><emphasis>Eric Konopka</emphasis> for writing the
269ntp.txt hint on which the ntp section is based.
270</para></listitem>
271
272<listitem><para><emphasis>Marc Heerdink</emphasis> for creating patches
273for tcp_wrappers and portmap.</para></listitem>
274
275<listitem><para><emphasis>Archaic</emphasis> for trouble shooting the
276mozilla section by performing multiple builds and for providing a description
277of the various mozilla extensions.</para></listitem>
278
279<listitem><para><emphasis>Nathan Coulson</emphasis> for writing the new
280network bootscripts.</para></listitem>
281
282<listitem><para><emphasis>Alexander E. Patrakov</emphasis> for patches and
283suggestions to improve the book content and increasing the <acronym>l10n</acronym>
284awareness.</para></listitem>
285
286<listitem><para><emphasis>Ian Chilton</emphasis> for writing the nfs hint.</para></listitem>
287
288<listitem><para><emphasis>Nathan Coulson</emphasis>, <emphasis>DJ Lucas</emphasis>
289and <emphasis>Zack Winkles</emphasis> for reworking the bootscripts used throughout
290the book.</para></listitem>
291
292<!-- <listitem><para><emphasis>Randy McMurchy</emphasis> for writing the
293Heimdal hint and for proofreading the book from cover to cover for
294grammatical errors.</para></listitem>
295-->
296
297</itemizedlist>
298</sect2>
299
300</sect1>
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