Log message for revision 104692:
These credits are woefully out of date.
Easier to axe this file than give such a short list compared with the huge
number of people who've since contributed.
--- Zope/branches/2.12/doc/CREDITS.rst 2009-10-01 18:29:39 UTC (rev 104691)
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-The Zope software receives contributions from far and wide. Here's
-the Zope Hall of Fame:
-- Stephen Purcell allows us to distribute his PyUnit unit testing
- framework with Zope.
-- Jeff Bauer is Zope Dude Number One. Jeff took over PCGI and
- kept pushing it forward through the years.
-- Sam Rushing worked with us at Digital Creations to make Medusa
- the publishing platform for ZServer and the concurrency of Zope2.
-- A subset of windows guru Mark Hammond's win32 extensions are
- bundled with win32 binary distributions of Zope.
-- Martijn Pieters and Brian Hooper contributed the #in reverse
-- Phillip Eby contributed the DTML 'let' tag and many
- other useful ideas, including the inspiration for the DTML
- 'call', 'with' and 'return'
-- The DateTime module was based on work from Ted Horst.
-- Jordan Baker contributed the 'try' tag, something we've wanted
- for a long, long time.
-- Martijn Pieters chipped in with a safe range function.
-- Michael Hauser came up with the name "Zope".
-- Eric Kidd from Userland contributed to ZPublisher's support for
-- Andrew M. Kuchling wrote the initial version of mod_pcgi, making
- him extremely cool in our book.
-- Oleg Broytmann has taken up the standard of mod_pcgi and moving
- it to be a really amazing thing, and ready for prime time.
-- Jephte CLAIN made some patches to European ZopeTime.
-- Thanks to Gregor Hoffleit for his work in getting Zope into the
- Debian distribution.
-- All the other Zopistas far and wide that stuck with us during
- the Bobo/Principia days and politely push us to make the best damn
- app server on this or any other planet.
-- Of course the list of credits would be quite incomplete without
- mentioning Guido van Rossum, benevolent dictator of Python and
- long-time friend of Digital Creations. Zope Power is Python
-- Special thanks to Richard Stallman and the Free Software
- Foundation for their assistance and feedback on the
- GPL-compatible 2.0 version of the Zope Public License.
--- Zope/branches/2.12/doc/index.rst 2009-10-01 18:29:39 UTC (rev 104691)
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Zope-Checkins maillist - Zope-Checkins@zope.org