Changeset 369 for branches/stable


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Timestamp:
Feb 11, 2006, 12:23:55 AM (14 years ago)
Author:
bcornec
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Thanks page done

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  • branches/stable/website/about.shtml

    r368 r369  
    5050        [<A HREF="http://www.linuxjournal.com/article.php?sid=6808">and again</A>]
    5151        [<A HREF="http://www.ccp14.ac.uk/ccp14admin/linux-server/mondorescue/mondo_misc.html">CCP14</A>]</P>
     52        <p>We also have <a href="http://freshmeat.net/projects/mondorescue">freshmeat</a>, <a href="http://directory.fsf.org/MondoRescue.html">FSF</a>, <a href="http://europa.eu.int/idabc/en/document/5183/5807">IDABC</a> entries.</p>
    5253
    5354  <div class="h2-3">
     
    6263      <I><B>Andree Leidenfrost</B></I><BR>
    6364      development, maintenance, Debian packaging</P>
     65      <P ALIGN=CENTER>
    6466      <I><B>Lars Rupp</B></I><BR>
    6567      Offical SuSE packaging</P>
     68      <P ALIGN=CENTER>
    6669      <I><B>Mike Roark</B></I><BR>
    6770      Contributor SuSE packaging</P>
     71      <p></p>
     72  <div class="h2-4">
     73          <h2>Who has been behind Mondo Rescue ?</h2>
     74  </div>
    6875      <p><A NAME="old-devteam"></A>Who
    6976       has been in the Mondo Devteam?</P>
     
    8390       <I>Michael Clark</I><BR>
    8491       original DPF docs</P>
     92  <div class="h2-5">
     93          <h2>The Mondo Rescue Community</h2>
     94  </div>
    8595      <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
    86        There are dozens of regular contributors and over 400 members of the
    87        mailing list. The user base is estimated at between 50,000 and
    88        100,000.</P>
     96      There are dozens of regular <a href="/thanks.shtml">contributors</a> and over 400 members of the mailing list. The user base is estimated at between 50,000 and 100,000.</P>
    8997      <P>
    9098      Mondo Rescue was first created because there was nothing like
     
    96104       author is friendly and helpful.</P>
    97105      <P>
    98        Comments? Suggestions? Click <A HREF="../support.shtml">here</A>
     106       Comments? Suggestions? Click <A HREF="/support.shtml">here</A>
    99107
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  • branches/stable/website/download.shtml

    r364 r369  
    1616       succeeded. Please be gentle with your criticism. :) My thanks go to
    1717       Steve Hindle and Dagfinn Bakken for helping me with Debian.</P>
    18       <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
    19        If you want the<B> source code to BusyBox</B>, whose precompiled
    20        binaries are present in Mindi, please go to<A HREF="http://www.busybox.net"> http://www.busybox.net</A>
    21        and download from there.</P>
    22       <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
    23        <B>CVS </B>is on here! It is now accessable through
    24        cvs.mondorescue.org, e.g.:-</P>
    25       <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
    26        <FONT FACE="Century Schoolbook,serif"><FONT SIZE="2"># cvs -d
    27        :pserver:anon@cvs.mondorescue.org:/mondorescue co mindi-devel</FONT></FONT></P>
    28       <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
    29        (or for you developers)</P>
    30       <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
    31        <FONT FACE="Courier New"><FONT SIZE="2"># export CVS_RSH=ssh</FONT></FONT><BR>
    32        <FONT FACE="Courier New"><FONT SIZE="2"># cvs -d
    33        :ext:username@cvs.mondorescue.org:/data/cvs/mondorescue commit</FONT></FONT></P>
    34       <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
    35        The modules are mondo-stable, mondo-devel, mindi-stable, and mindi-devel.</P>
    36       <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
    37        <A HREF="http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=4220">Click
    38         here</A> to see Jesse Keating's SourceForge packages for Mondo 1.4x
    39        and Mindi 0.6x - the stable branches of 2002. Jesse is the 1.4x/0.6x
    40        maintainer and a fine fellow as well.</P>
    41       <P ALIGN=CENTER>
    42        I'll resume development of Monitas when time permits.</P>
    43       <CENTER>
    44       <P ALIGN=CENTER>
    45        <TABLE WIDTH="600" CELLPADDING="2" CELLSPACING="1" BORDER="1">
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    47          <TD WIDTH="30%" VALIGN=CENTER>
    48           <P ALIGN=CENTER>
    4918           <A HREF="daily/unstable/changes">Monitas</A> (alpha-quality)</TD>
    5019         <TD WIDTH="25%" VALIGN=CENTER>
     
    6332       </TABLE></P>
    6433      </CENTER>
    65       <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
    66        See the <A HREF="../docs/docs.html">Documentation</A> page if you
    67        have problems running or installing Mondo or Mindi.</P>
    68       <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
    69        BTW, do you need an 'atftp' RPM? Here's the <A HREF="misc/atftp-0.6-1.src.rpm">SRPM</A>,
    70         just for run. To build it, just type 'rpmbuild --rebuild
    71        &lt;package&gt;' after downloading it.</P>
    72       <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
    73        Still reading? The default contribute page looks like <A HREF="contrib-default.html">this</A>.
    74         I've had to put it here so that my snapshot roller script will do
    75        its thing. Don't ask. It's very complicated. A dozen chickens
    76        perished so that this script could live. Muahahahaha. I am
    77        Ozymandias, king of kings... Look upon my works, o ye people, and...
    78        look, a pony!</TD>
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    87       <P ALIGN=CENTER>
    88        Comments? Suggestions? Click <A HREF="../feedback/feedback.html">here</A>
    89 This mirror provided by the lovely Joe Cooper of <a href=http://www.swelltech.com>SwellTech</a>.
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  • branches/stable/website/downloads.shtml

    r368 r369  
    2828<li><b><a href="">gzip</a></b>: the most standard compressor used by Mondo Rescue</li>
    2929<li><b><a href="">mkisofs</a></b>: the tool to create ISO images</li>
    30 <li><b><a href="">busybox</a></b>: the swiss army knife : a full set of commands in a single binary (embedded)</li>
    31 <li><b><a href="">mindi</a></b>: the mini-distro builder part of the project</li>
    32 <li><b><a href="">mondo</a></b>: the disaster recovery tool in itself</li>
     30<li><b><a href="http://www.busybox.net">busybox</a></b>: the swiss army knife : a full set of commands in a single binary (embedded)</li>
     31<li><b><a href="http://www.mondorescue.org">mindi</a></b>: the mini-distro builder part of the project</li>
     32<li><b><a href="http://www.mondorescue.org">mondo</a></b>: the disaster recovery tool in itself</li>
    3333</ul>
    3434
  • branches/stable/website/support.shtml

    r368 r369  
    1818    </ul></p>
    1919    <p>Second look at the <a href="/docs.shtml">Mondo Rescue documentation</a> and the extensive FAQ section of the Mondo Rescue HOWTO, as a lot of good tip and tricks are provided there.</p>
    20     <p>Third look at the <a href="">Mondo Rescue wiki</a> which may contain additional comments,and feel free to contribute by adding your remarks.</p>
    21     <p>Fourth look at the <a href="">Mondo Rescue Mailing List Archives</a> as you're probably not the first with this problem.</p>
    22     <p>Finally post on the <a href="">Mondo Rescue Mailing List</a> if you did not find what you were looking for, as there are more than 400 users there who could help you, including dev team members.</p>
     20    <p>Third look at the <a href="http://openfacts.berlios.de/index-en.phtml?title=mondorescue">Mondo Rescue wiki</a> which may contain additional comments,and feel free to contribute by adding your remarks.</p>
     21    <p>Fourth look at the <a href="http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?forum_id=5086">Mondo Rescue Mailing List Archives</a> as you're probably not the first with this problem.</p>
     22    <p>Finally post on the <a href="mailto:mondo-devel_at_lists.sourceforge.net">Mondo Rescue Mailing List</a> if you did not find what you were looking for, as there are more than 400 users there who could help you, including dev team members. <b>But</b>, they can only help you if your provide at least the above mentionned <b>2 first log files</b>.</p>
     23    <p>If your think you found a bug in Mondo Rescue, please <a href="https://developer.berlios.de/bugs/?group_id=2524">fill a bug report</a> and also include the log files.</p>
     24    <p>Likely, if you wish Mondo Rescue had your dreamed new shiny function, feel free to create an <a href="https://developer.berlios.de/feature/?group_id=2524">feature request</a>.</p>
    2325    <div class="h2-3">
    2426            <h2>Mondo Rescue Mailing Lists</h2>
     
    2628    <p>There are 4 mailing lists for the Mondo Rescue Community:</p>
    2729    <ul>
    28             <li>The <a href="">Mondo Rescue Announce Mailing List</a> with low traffic dedicated to annoucements around Mondo Rescue.</li>
     30            <li>The <a href="https://lists.berlios.de/mailman/listinfo/mondorescue-announce">Mondo Rescue Announce Mailing List</a> with low traffic dedicated to annoucements around Mondo Rescue.</li>
     31            <li>The <a href="https://lists.berlios.de/mailman/listinfo/mondorescue-ia64">Mondo Rescue Itanium (aka ia64) Mailing List</a> with moderate traffic dedicated to discussions around Mondo Rescue port on the Intel Itanium processor based systems.</li>
     32            <li>The <a href="http://lists.sourceforge.net/mailman/listinfo/mondo-devel">Mondo Rescue Mailing List</a> with most of the traffic dedicated to discussions around Mondo Rescue.</li>
     33            <li>The <a href="https://lists.berlios.de/mailman/listinfo/mondorescue-devel">Mondo Rescue Developpers Mailing List</a> with moderate traffic dedicated to discussions between Mondo Rescue developpers.</li>
    2934    </ul>
    3035    <div class="h2-5">
     
    3338    <p>If you're ready to pay for a support contract around Mondo Rescue, for your business, you may enter in contact with the following companies which have the structure to deliver it:
    3439    <ul>
    35             <li><b>Linagora</b></li>
     40            <li><b><a href="http://www.linagora.com/en">Linagora</a></b> - Contact: <a href="mailto:support_at_linagora.com">Support Service</a></li>
    3641    </ul></p>
    3742    <p>If you're ready to pay for enhancement/consulting services around Mondo Rescue, for your business, you may enter in contact with the following companies which have the structure to deliver it:
    3843    <ul>
    39             <li><b>HP</b> - Contact: info_at_hpintelco.net</li>
    40             <li><b>Andree</b> - Contact: info_at_</li>
     44            <li><b><a href="http://www.hp.com/linux">HP</a></b> - Contact: <a href="mailto:pingouin_at_hp.com">Free, Libre and Open Source Expertise Center</a></li>
     45            <li><b><a href="http://www.harmsconsulting.com/main.html">Harms Consulting</a></b> - Contact: <a href="mailto:info_at_harmsconsulting.com">Consulting Department</a></li>
    4146    </ul></p>
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  • branches/stable/website/thanks.shtml

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    24       <P>
    25        <A HREF="../index.html"><IMG SRC="../shared_graphics/header/mondo_logo.gif" WIDTH="188" HEIGHT="21" VSPACE="0" HSPACE="0" ALT="Mondo Rescue" BORDER="0"></A></TD>
    26      <TD VALIGN=BOTTOM><DIV ALIGN=RIGHT>
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    32            <IMG SRC="../shared_graphics/header/donate.gif" WIDTH="46" HEIGHT="7" VSPACE="0" HSPACE="0" ALT="Donate:" BORDER="0"></TD>
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    76        <A HREF="../index.html" ONMOUSEOVER="switchOn('home');" ONMOUSEOUT="switchOff('home');"><IMG SRC="../shared_graphics/nav/home_off.gif" WIDTH="63" HEIGHT="19" VSPACE="0" HSPACE="0" ALT="Home" BORDER="0" NAME="home"></A></TD>
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    134    <TABLE WIDTH="700" CELLPADDING="15" CELLSPACING="0" BORDER="0">
    135     <TR>
    136      <TD BGCOLOR="WHITE" VALIGN=CENTER>
    137       <P ALIGN=CENTER>
    138        <FONT FACE="Arial Black,Arial,Helvetica"><FONT SIZE="4">Thanks!</FONT></FONT></P>
    139       <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
    140        This is the official 'thankyou' page. If you are listed here, it
    141        means you have done something helpful for Mondo. If you're not listed
    142        here and you think you should be, please contact me and don't be
    143        embarrassed about it: if you have contributed, your name should be here.</P>
    144       <P>
    145        <B>DevTeam:</B> Hugo Rabson, Jesse Keating, Stan Benoit, Mikael
    146        Hultgren, H&eacute;ctor Garc&iacute;a &Aacute;lvarez, Josh Oreman,
    147        Michael Clark, Scott Godin.</P>
    148       <P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
    149        <B>Sponsors:</B> Charles Acker, Tim Allen, <b>Poe Chen (Flometrics></b>, Cube Consulting Technology Group, <B>Ali-Reza Anghaie</B>, Ugo
    150        Bellavance, John Blauveltt, Joe Baker, R. E. Baker, <B>Stan Benoit</B>,
    151         Fred Beondo, Bryan Bilyeu, J.R. Black, Perry Blalock, Michael Bockelie, Thomas Boilard, Dmitri
    152        Bosiers, Matthew Brett, Jocelyn Brouillard, Christopher Bryant, Benedikt Carda, <b>Bruce Carlson</b>, Bill Catlan, Paul Cheshire,
    153        JT Chiodi, Matthew Cline, Michael Cocke, William Codington, <b>Herve Collin</b>, Bob Collins, Anthony
    154        A. Cooke, Joe Cooper, Joop Cousteau, Sam Cramer, Lachlan Cranswick,
    155        Roy Cromartie, <b>John Croson</b>, <b>Graham Currie</b>, DaveD, Richard Damian, <B>Andrew Davidson</B>, <b>Hakan Dedorsson</b>, Randy Delfs, <b>Shekhar Dhotre</b>,
    156        Daniel Dickinson, Lloyd Dieter, David Disser, Warren Dodge, David Donovan, Nelson
    157        Doucet, Neil Dunbar, John Duinkerken, Rolf Eichenseher, Don Erickson, <b>Lukas Efler</b>, Rodolfo Estrada,
    158        Scott Farwell, Larry Finger, <b>Santiago Flores</b>, Michael Francis, David Franklin, Doreen Friesen, Andreas
    159        Gartner, Brian Goodyear, Todd Gould, Robert Granger, Bruce Griffis, Scott Grimes, <B>David Grubb</B>, Carrie Hallquist, 
    160         <B>Steve Haworth</B>, Douglas Heady, Stefan U Hegner, Greg Henderson, Karlheinz
    161        Herrmann, Robert Hieger, Robert F. Hill, John Holbrook, John Huttley, Paul Isaacs, Maurice
    162        Janssen, William Jennings, Ted Kaczmarek, Merwan Kashouty, <B>Jesse Keating</B>, Roy
    163        Kimbrell, Thomas Klettke, Barry Kline, <B>Herman Knief</B>, Edward
    164        Konz, Aaron Kulbe, <b>Andrew Latham</b>, <b>Robert E. Laughlin</b>, Scott Leerssen, <B>Andree Liedenfrost</B>,
    165         <B>Mark Lindsay</B>, David Looney, <B>Scott Mace</B>, Jonathan Manning, Andrew McDade, Norrie
    166        McKinley, Shannon McMurtrey, Sasha Mitelman, Bruce
    167        Martin, Chris Mason, Roy McBroom, Brian Moore, Dellae McKenzie, Douglas McIntosh, George McQuade, TJ Meadows, Bill Mixter,
    168        Mark Jed Murphy, Mark Newman, Mark Nienberg, Zina Nieuwland, James Ots, Bill Ott, Danny Patel, Fergus O'Rorke, Sean McPherson,
    169        Benjamin Merembeck, Sasha Mitelman, Danny Patel, Andreas Pirrung, Randall Potvin,
    170        Frank Precissi, David Price, Robert Ragosta, Scott Redford, Kevin Rennert, <b>James Richard</b>,
    171        <B>Eric Roark</B>,
    172         Seth Rothberg, Daniel Sabo, Dan Sanderson, Anatole Sarko, Mark Schmidt, Knut
    173        Schneider, <B>Neil Schneider</b>, Efren Seldura, Michael Sestak, <B>Michael Shehan</B>, David Schaub, <B>Edward Sheldrake</B>, <b>Rei Shinozuka</b>,
    174         Thomas Simmons, Bradley Sims, Eric Sixt, Andreas Söchtig, <b>SolarPC</b>, <B>Jeffrey Sofferin,</B>
    175        Squeegy, Stephen Squier, Marius Steurer, Neil Stevens, Hal Thompson, Louis Townsend, <B>Dale Tronrud</B>, <b>Pinhas Tsruya</b>,
    176        Derek Verbeeck, Chris Young, Dean Wadsworth, Jason Ware, Wynja Web, Benjamin Weiss, Roger West, J. Whitacre, Glenn Williams, Bob
    177        Wooden, David Wilson, David Wrisley, Gregory Yasko, Tobias Zetterkvist, <b>Zuehike Engineering AG</b>.</P>
    178       <CENTER>
    179       <P ALIGN=CENTER>
    180        <TABLE WIDTH="80%" CELLPADDING="4" CELLSPACING="1" BORDER="0">
    181         <TR>
    182          <TD VALIGN=TOP>
    183           <P>
    184            <tbody></TD>
    185          <TD VALIGN=TOP></TD>
    186         </TR>
    187         <TR>
    188          <TD WIDTH="21%" VALIGN=CENTER CLASS="listhead">
    189           <P>
    190            <I>name</I></TD>
    191          <TD WIDTH="84%" VALIGN=CENTER CLASS="listhead">
    192           <P>
    193            <I>contribution</I></TD>
    194         </TR>
    195         <TR>
    196          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    197           <P>
    198            Fayrouz Abdelkhalek</TD>
    199          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    200           <P>
    201            gracing me with a real opportunity to be forgiving</TD>
    202         </TR>
    203         <TR>
    204          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    205           <P>
    206            AlfOS</TD>
    207          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    208           <P>
    209            hosting the Australian mirror</TD>
    210         </TR>
    211         <TR>
    212          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    213           <P>
    214            Alphaome</TD>
    215          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    216           <P>
    217            feedback, bug reports, etc.</TD>
    218         </TR>
    219         <TR>
    220          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    221           <P>
    222            H&eacute;ctor Garc&iacute;a &Aacute;lvarez</TD>
    223          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    224           <P>
    225            Sterling work on the Debian packages</TD>
    226         </TR>
    227         <TR>
    228          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    229           <P>
    230            Erik Andersen</TD>
    231          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    232           <P>
    233            the guy behind BusyBox... what more can I say?</TD>
    234         </TR>
    235         <TR>
    236          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    237           <P>
    238            Dagfinn Bakken</TD>
    239          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    240           <P>
    241            Norsk mirror</TD>
    242         </TR>
    243         <TR>
    244          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    245           <P>
    246            Sergio Javier Belkin</TD>
    247          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    248           <P>
    249            Spanish translation of Mondo manual</TD>
    250         </TR>
    251         <TR>
    252          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    253           <P>
    254            Stan &quot;Troff&quot; Benoit</TD>
    255          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    256           <P>
    257            core contributor</TD>
    258         </TR>
    259         <TR>
    260          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    261           <P>
    262            Eric Boo</TD>
    263          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    264           <P>
    265            2.4 kernel feedback</TD>
    266         </TR>
    267         <TR>
    268          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    269           <P>
    270            Fran Boon</TD>
    271          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    272           <P>
    273            feedback, bug reports</TD>
    274         </TR>
    275         <TR>
    276          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    277           <P>
    278            Braindead</TD>
    279          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    280           <P>
    281            found bug in incremental backup filelist generator</TD>
    282         </TR>
    283         <TR>
    284          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    285           <P>
    286            Fr&eacute;d&eacute;ric Brin</TD>
    287          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    288           <P>
    289            Mindi+Debian+devfs patches - excellent!</TD>
    290         </TR>
    291         <TR>
    292          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    293           <P>
    294            Alex Butcher</TD>
    295          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    296           <P>
    297            had a cool idea for saving space on boot floppies</TD>
    298         </TR>
    299         <TR>
    300          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    301           <P>
    302            Cafeole</TD>
    303          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    304           <P>
    305            oodles and doodles of help</TD>
    306         </TR>
    307         <TR>
    308          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    309           <P>
    310            Rick Calder</TD>
    311          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    312           <P>
    313            tape backup, etc.</TD>
    314         </TR>
    315         <TR>
    316          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    317           <P>
    318            Dean Carpenter</TD>
    319          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    320           <P>
    321            good ideas; bug reports</TD>
    322         </TR>
    323         <TR>
    324          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    325           <P>
    326            Michael &quot;Miark&quot; Clark</TD>
    327          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    328           <P>
    329            gave me lots of rather expensive hardware to play with</TD>
    330         </TR>
    331         <TR>
    332          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    333           <P>
    334            Gene Cooper</TD>
    335          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    336           <P>
    337            moral support; many, many Linux distros on CD</TD>
    338         </TR>
    339         <TR>
    340          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    341           <P>
    342            Joe Cooper</TD>
    343          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    344           <P>
    345            hosting Mondo's new website</TD>
    346         </TR>
    347         <TR>
    348          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    349           <P>
    350            Bruno Cornec</TD>
    351          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    352           <P>
    353            code-hacking; debugging; 2.4 compatibility work; removed Supermount dependency</TD>
    354         </TR>
    355         <TR>
    356          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    357           <P>
    358            Joop Cousteau</TD>
    359          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    360           <P>
    361            Canadian mirror</TD>
    362         </TR>
    363         <TR>
    364          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    365           <P>
    366            Rhys Cuff</TD>
    367          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    368           <P>
    369            started/maintains the PHP-based Mondo forum</TD>
    370         </TR>
    371         <TR>
    372          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    373           <P>
    374            Conor Daly</TD>
    375          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    376           <P>
    377            GUI patches; ongoing contributions to mailing list</TD>
    378         </TR>
    379         <TR>
    380          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    381           <P>
    382            Bill Davidsen</TD>
    383          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    384           <P>
    385            patch to minimize Mindi's dependency on /dev/loop</TD>
    386         </TR>
    387         <TR>
    388          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    389           <P>
    390            Mike Davis</TD>
    391          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    392           <P>
    393            corrections to manual</TD>
    394         </TR>
    395         <TR>
    396          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    397           <P>
    398            Phillip Deackes</TD>
    399          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    400           <P>
    401            OSS sound module compatibility (Mindi)</TD>
    402         </TR>
    403         <TR>
    404          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    405           <P>
    406            Randy Delfs</TD>
    407          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    408           <P>
    409            Debian-related feedback and testing; hacking the Mondo manual into shape</TD>
    410         </TR>
    411         <TR>
    412          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    413           <P>
    414            Aaron Digulla</TD>
    415          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    416           <P>
    417            a long wishlist full of good ideas; excellent bugfixes</TD>
    418         </TR>
    419         <TR>
    420          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    421           <P>
    422            Krzysztof Dubowitz</TD>
    423          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    424           <P>
    425            testing; more testing :-)</TD>
    426         </TR>
    427         <TR>
    428          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    429           <P>
    430            Dave Ellis</TD>
    431          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    432           <P>
    433            feedback, bug reports, real-world testing</TD>
    434         </TR>
    435         <TR>
    436          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    437           <P>
    438            Fred Feirtag</TD>
    439          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    440           <P>
    441            beta-testing; finding mistakes in the overhead-list</TD>
    442         </TR>
    443         <TR>
    444          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    445           <P>
    446            Johannes Franken</TD>
    447          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    448           <P>
    449            pain-in-the-ass German who runs a large company but won't contribute
    450            to Mondo except by submitting waspish comments and abstruse patches;
    451            glad to have you on board, Joannes :-)</TD>
    452         </TR>
    453         <TR>
    454          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    455           <P>
    456            Charles Galpin</TD>
    457          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    458           <P>
    459            lots of suggestions &amp; moral support</TD>
    460         </TR>
    461         <TR>
    462          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    463           <P>
    464            Stuart D. Gathman</TD>
    465          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    466           <P>
    467            groovy idea to put tape users' data disks on the tape itself</TD>
    468         </TR>
    469         <TR>
    470          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    471           <P>
    472            Andrew Glass</TD>
    473          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    474           <P>
    475            Patches to make Mondo+Mindi use ISOLINUX instead of LILO for bootable CD's</TD>
    476         </TR>
    477         <TR>
    478          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    479           <P>
    480            Daniel Grandjean</TD>
    481          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    482           <P>
    483            Swiss mirror :-)</TD>
    484         </TR>
    485         <TR>
    486          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    487           <P>
    488            Dave Granz</TD>
    489          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    490           <P>
    491            cool bugfix for /mondo/biggify-me</TD>
    492         </TR>
    493         <TR>
    494          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    495           <P>
    496            Ralph Grewe</TD>
    497          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    498           <P>
    499            Mindi/LVM/Debian patch</TD>
    500         </TR>
    501         <TR>
    502          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    503           <P>
    504            Mark Hannah</TD>
    505          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    506           <P>
    507            moral support, beta-testing, comments, ideas...</TD>
    508         </TR>
    509         <TR>
    510          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    511           <P>
    512            Ole Hanson</TD>
    513          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    514           <P>
    515            bug-fixing, testing, etc.</TD>
    516         </TR>
    517         <TR>
    518          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    519           <P>
    520            Chad Harrelson</TD>
    521          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    522           <P>
    523            beta-testing; used to host a mirror and a message board</TD>
    524         </TR>
    525         <TR>
    526          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    527           <P>
    528            John Harrison</TD>
    529          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    530           <P>
    531            copious feedback, testing, bug reports &amp; bugfixes; lots of moral support</TD>
    532         </TR>
    533         <TR>
    534          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    535           <P>
    536            Lee Harvey</TD>
    537          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    538           <P>
    539            the guts of the new [Sep 2002] website's layout</TD>
    540         </TR>
    541         <TR>
    542          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    543           <P>
    544            Bradley Hartin</TD>
    545          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    546           <P>
    547            finding the /var/log/pacct bug in v1.22</TD>
    548         </TR>
    549         <TR>
    550          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    551           <P>
    552            Rick Haskin</TD>
    553          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    554           <P>
    555            hosts the Mondo main site; provides feedback; this guy is rock-solid
    556            and he has never let me down</TD>
    557         </TR>
    558         <TR>
    559          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    560           <P>
    561            David Hess</TD>
    562          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    563           <P>
    564            lots of feedback, bug-fixes</TD>
    565         </TR>
    566         <TR>
    567          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    568           <P>
    569            Mikael Hultgren</TD>
    570          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    571           <P>
    572            Mondo's excellent manual; core contributor</TD>
    573         </TR>
    574         <TR>
    575          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    576           <P>
    577            John Huttley</TD>
    578          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    579           <P>
    580            figuring out the .journal thing; fixing a bug-me bug</TD>
    581         </TR>
    582         <TR>
    583          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    584           <P>
    585            Jesse &quot;KP&quot; Keating</TD>
    586          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    587           <P>
    588            core contributor</TD>
    589         </TR>
    590         <TR>
    591          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    592           <P>
    593            Donald Kerns</TD>
    594          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    595           <P>
    596            code review; debugging; moral support</TD>
    597         </TR>
    598         <TR>
    599          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    600           <P>
    601            David Kim</TD>
    602          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    603           <P>
    604            found &amp; fixed erroneous error-reporting</TD>
    605         </TR>
    606         <TR>
    607          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    608           <P>
    609            Andreas Kotowicz</TD>
    610          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    611           <P>
    612            building packages for Gentoo</TD>
    613         </TR>
    614         <TR>
    615          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    616           <P>
    617            Maciej Kulasa</TD>
    618          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    619           <P>
    620            really cool bugfixes which made v0.977 possible; ongoing v0.98x-related
    621             feedback; forward-porting (?) v0.977's fixes to v0.99; re-rolling
    622            0.99 tarball</TD>
    623         </TR>
    624         <TR>
    625          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    626           <P>
    627            Charly K&uuml;hnast</TD>
    628          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    629           <P>
    630            Mondo's new logo</TD>
    631         </TR>
    632         <TR>
    633          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    634           <P>
    635            Fabrice Laborie</TD>
    636          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    637           <P>
    638            a smartass with some very smart ideas ;-)</TD>
    639         </TR>
    640         <TR>
    641          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    642           <P>
    643            Jan-Eric Lindh</TD>
    644          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    645           <P>
    646            help with fixing a weird bug in Mindi; it used to choke on an /dev/cdrecorder
    647             - /dev/scd0 entry in /etc/fstab</TD>
    648         </TR>
    649         <TR>
    650          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    651           <P>
    652            Gary Lowder</TD>
    653          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    654           <P>
    655            2.4 kernel and Debian user; provided valuable feedback</TD>
    656         </TR>
    657         <TR>
    658          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    659           <P>
    660            John Mann</TD>
    661          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    662           <P>
    663            feedback, bug reports, etc.</TD>
    664         </TR>
    665         <TR>
    666          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    667           <P>
    668            Markus Markert</TD>
    669          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    670           <P>
    671            German mirror</TD>
    672         </TR>
    673         <TR>
    674          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    675           <P>
    676            Markus Marquardt</TD>
    677          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    678           <P>
    679            RAID patch for Mindi</TD>
    680         </TR>
    681         <TR>
    682          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    683           <P>
    684            Jean-David Marrow</TD>
    685          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    686           <P>
    687            cache for Mindi</TD>
    688         </TR>
    689         <TR>
    690          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    691           <P>
    692            Marshall McMullen</TD>
    693          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    694           <P>
    695            lots of bug reports &amp; feedback</TD>
    696         </TR>
    697         <TR>
    698          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    699           <P>
    700            Roger Merchberger</TD>
    701          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    702           <P>
    703            new mirror</TD>
    704         </TR>
    705         <TR>
    706          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    707           <P>
    708            Benjamin Mickens</TD>
    709          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    710           <P>
    711            helped me get NFS mounting working</TD>
    712         </TR>
    713         <TR>
    714          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    715           <P>
    716            Jeff Miller</TD>
    717          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    718           <P>
    719            feedback &amp; moral support</TD>
    720         </TR>
    721         <TR>
    722          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    723           <P>
    724            Michael Moellney</TD>
    725          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    726           <P>
    727            fixed a serious bug in the '--differential' switch code</TD>
    728         </TR>
    729         <TR>
    730          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    731           <P>
    732            Eberhard Moenkeberg</TD>
    733          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    734           <P>
    735            German mirror</TD>
    736         </TR>
    737         <TR>
    738          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    739           <P>
    740            Andreas Mohr</TD>
    741          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    742           <P>
    743            helped me out of the SYS.COM hole</TD>
    744         </TR>
    745         <TR>
    746          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    747           <P>
    748            Eberhard Moenkeberg</TD>
    749          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    750           <P>
    751            http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/mondorescue/ mirror</TD>
    752         </TR>
    753         <TR>
    754          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    755           <P>
    756            Jason Murray</TD>
    757          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    758           <P>
    759            help with RAID- and /tmp-related stability</TD>
    760         </TR>
    761         <TR>
    762          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    763           <P>
    764            Philippe de Muyler</TD>
    765          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    766           <P>
    767            excellent RAID patches</TD>
    768         </TR>
    769         <TR>
    770          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    771           <P>
    772            Matija Nalis</TD>
    773          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    774           <P>
    775            useful wishlist &amp; suggested bugfixes</TD>
    776         </TR>
    777         <TR>
    778          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    779           <P>
    780            Doug Nordwall</TD>
    781          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    782           <P>
    783            feedback &amp; bugfixes re: SCSI HDDs and ZIP drives</TD>
    784         </TR>
    785         <TR>
    786          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    787           <P>
    788            Kosaku Nagasaka</TD>
    789          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    790           <P>
    791            nifty patch to v1.35</TD>
    792         </TR>
    793         <TR>
    794          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    795           <P>
    796            Marcus Oberhumer</TD>
    797          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    798           <P>
    799            author of the LZOP compression program</TD>
    800         </TR>
    801         <TR>
    802          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    803           <P>
    804            Joshua Oreman</TD>
    805          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    806           <P>
    807            FreeBSD port, XMondo, Mindi.pl, working on Monitas now</TD>
    808         </TR>
    809         <TR>
    810          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    811           <P>
    812            Jay Osborne</TD>
    813          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    814           <P>
    815            found two obscure yet fatal bugs in Mondo</TD>
    816         </TR>
    817         <TR>
    818          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    819           <P>
    820            Packetknife and co.</TD>
    821          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    822           <P>
    823            for keeping me sane</TD>
    824         </TR>
    825         <TR>
    826          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    827           <P>
    828            Paolo</TD>
    829          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    830           <P>
    831            feedback; more feedback :-)</TD>
    832         </TR>
    833         <TR>
    834          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    835           <P>
    836            Michael Ralph Pape</TD>
    837          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    838           <P>
    839            submitted impressive 2nd floppy/SCSI patches</TD>
    840         </TR>
    841         <TR>
    842          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    843           <P>
    844            Frank Petzold</TD>
    845          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    846           <P>
    847            Debian user who patiently battled for weeks w/Mondo</TD>
    848         </TR>
    849         <TR>
    850          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    851           <P>
    852            Steve Pitts</TD>
    853          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    854           <P>
    855            crucial patches; some neat add-ons; countless hours of beta-testing</TD>
    856         </TR>
    857         <TR>
    858          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    859           <P>
    860            Dave Polniak</TD>
    861          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    862           <P>
    863            very interesting, useful &amp; consistent feedback</TD>
    864         </TR>
    865         <TR>
    866          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    867           <P>
    868            John Price</TD>
    869          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    870           <P>
    871            helping me out of the SYS.COM hole</TD>
    872         </TR>
    873         <TR>
    874          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    875           <P>
    876            Terry Pritchard</TD>
    877          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    878           <P>
    879            debugging Mindi v0.2x and Mondo v1.0x</TD>
    880         </TR>
    881         <TR>
    882          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    883           <P>
    884            Avatar Roadkill</TD>
    885          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    886           <P>
    887            (well, that's his name, I guess) --- good suggestions</TD>
    888         </TR>
    889         <TR>
    890          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    891           <P>
    892            Tobias Reckhard</TD>
    893          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    894           <P>
    895            Mindi/LVM/Debian patch</TD>
    896         </TR>
    897         <TR>
    898          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    899           <P>
    900            Mike Roark</TD>
    901          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    902           <P>
    903            cool page to help SuSE users use Mondo+Mindi; also loaned software to
    904            assist in the testing of Mondo on SuSE systems</TD>
    905         </TR>
    906         <TR>
    907          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    908           <P>
    909            Petre Scheie</TD>
    910          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    911           <P>
    912            patch to mondo-archive's MakeMountlist subroutine which enables it to
    913            handle NFS mounts more elegantly</TD>
    914         </TR>
    915         <TR>
    916          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    917           <P>
    918            Heiko Schlittermann</TD>
    919          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    920           <P>
    921            patch to handle percent chars in issue.net</TD>
    922         </TR>
    923         <TR>
    924          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    925           <P>
    926            Roger Schmeits</TD>
    927          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    928           <P>
    929            loan of important hardware, so that I may test Mondo more thoroughly;
    930            thanks, Roger!</TD>
    931         </TR>
    932         <TR>
    933          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    934           <P>
    935            Jochen Schmitt</TD>
    936          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    937           <P>
    938            German mirror</TD>
    939         </TR>
    940         <TR>
    941          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    942           <P>
    943            Doc Shepler</TD>
    944          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    945           <P>
    946            donated a 14&quot; monitor to the Mondo project</TD>
    947         </TR>
    948         <TR>
    949          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    950           <P>
    951            Chris Siebenmann</TD>
    952          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    953           <P>
    954            is_this_device_mounted() bugfix</TD>
    955         </TR>
    956         <TR>
    957          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    958           <P>
    959            Harold Sinclair</TD>
    960          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    961           <P>
    962            lending lots of SCSI hardware to the project</TD>
    963         </TR>
    964         <TR>
    965          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    966           <P>
    967            &Oslash;ystein Skadsem</TD>
    968          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    969           <P>
    970            submitted a nifty bugfix to Mindi on 7/25/01</TD>
    971         </TR>
    972         <TR>
    973          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    974           <P>
    975            Adam Sleight</TD>
    976          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    977           <P>
    978            copious bug reports &amp; bugfixes; excellent friend, too!</TD>
    979         </TR>
    980         <TR>
    981          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    982           <P>
    983            Bryan Smith</TD>
    984          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    985           <P>
    986            bug reports; feedback; humor; persistence</TD>
    987         </TR>
    988         <TR>
    989          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    990           <P>
    991            Carl Wilhelm Soderstrom</TD>
    992          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    993           <P>
    994            bug reports; feedback; lots of cool patches; RAID SCSI card on loan;
    995            this guy is really something! :)</TD>
    996         </TR>
    997         <TR>
    998          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    999           <P>
    1000            Sergey Sokolov</TD>
    1001          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1002           <P>
    1003            bug reports; feedback</TD>
    1004         </TR>
    1005         <TR>
    1006          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1007           <P>
    1008            Suzhe &amp; Lonius</TD>
    1009          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1010           <P>
    1011            authors of Smart BootManager, which Mondo utilizes</TD>
    1012         </TR>
    1013         <TR>
    1014          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1015           <P>
    1016            Steve Swantz</TD>
    1017          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1018           <P>
    1019            good ideas; bug reports</TD>
    1020         </TR>
    1021         <TR>
    1022          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1023           <P>
    1024            Christian Titulaer</TD>
    1025          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1026           <P>
    1027            feedback, bug reports, etc.</TD>
    1028         </TR>
    1029         <TR>
    1030          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1031           <P>
    1032            TLC</TD>
    1033          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1034           <P>
    1035            Lefteye, we miss you... (&quot;Why Lefteye? Cos eye is right!&quot;)</TD>
    1036         </TR>
    1037         <TR>
    1038          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1039           <P>
    1040            Tom (Consultant)</TD>
    1041          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1042           <P>
    1043            detailed feedback</TD>
    1044         </TR>
    1045         <TR>
    1046          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1047           <P>
    1048            Nick Uniatowski</TD>
    1049          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1050           <P>
    1051            website; cheerleading; the &quot;Mondo saved my ass&quot; t-shirt ;)</TD>
    1052         </TR>
    1053         <TR>
    1054          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1055           <P>
    1056            UnSpawn</TD>
    1057          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1058           <P>
    1059            rolling RPM's for me; useful suggestions, too</TD>
    1060         </TR>
    1061         <TR>
    1062          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1063           <P>
    1064            Jeroen Van Pelt</TD>
    1065          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1066           <P>
    1067            feedback; testing; assistance with Mondo and Mindi, especially with
    1068            loopmounting &amp; kernel issues</TD>
    1069         </TR>
    1070         <TR>
    1071          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1072           <P>
    1073            Ronald Verlaan</TD>
    1074          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1075           <P>
    1076            SuSE 7.2 testing &amp; feedback</TD>
    1077         </TR>
    1078         <TR>
    1079          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1080           <P>
    1081            Bruno Vidal</TD>
    1082          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1083           <P>
    1084            technical support</TD>
    1085         </TR>
    1086         <TR>
    1087          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1088           <P>
    1089            Carlos Vidal</TD>
    1090          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1091           <P>
    1092            Bugfixes</TD>
    1093         </TR>
    1094         <TR>
    1095          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1096           <P>
    1097            Webdragon</TD>
    1098          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
    1099           <P>
    1100            Lots of Mondo's new (Jul/Sep 2002) artwork</TD>
    1101         </TR>
    1102         <TR>
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    1105            Art Wells</TD>
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    1107           <P>
    1108            kernel 2.4-related feedback; code-hacking; debugging; packaging v0.98
    1109            for me; tons of useful stuff</TD>
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    1114            Joachim Wickman</TD>
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    1117            Slackware feedback &amp; bug reports</TD>
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    1122            Stephan Zegherd</TD>
    1123          <TD VALIGN=CENTER>
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    1125            groovy fdformat/superformat patch</TD>
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    1144        Comments? Suggestions? Click <A HREF="http://www.microwerks.net/%7Ehugo/feedback/feedback.html">here</A>
    1145 This mirror provided by the lovely Joe Cooper of <a href=http://www.swelltech.com>SwellTech</a>.
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     8<h1>Thanks !</h1>
     9
     10<p>A lot of people have helped the Mondo Rescue project during time. You really deserve that "Thank you" page.</p>
     11<p>If you're not listed here and you think you should be, please contact <a href="mailto:mondo_at_mondorescue.org">us</a> and don't be embarrassed about it: if you have contributed, your name should be here.</p>
     12
     13    <div class="h2-1">
     14      <h2>Original dev team</h2>
     15    </div>
     16    <p>Without Hugo and these people, you won't have any project today :</p>
     17    <ul>
     18            <li>Hugo Rabson,</li>
     19            <li>Jesse Keating,</li>
     20            <li>Stan Benoit,</li>
     21            <li>Mikael Hultgren,</li>
     22            <li>H&eacute;ctor Garc&iacute;a &Aacute;lvarez,</li>
     23            <li>Josh Oreman,</li>
     24            <li>Michael Clark,</li>
     25            <li>Scott Godin.</li>
     26    </ul>
     27    <div class="h2-5">
     28      <h2>Sponsors</h2>
     29    </div>
     30    <p>These people helped financially the development of Mondo Rescue:</p>
     31    <p>
     32    Charles Acker, Tim Allen, Poe Chen (Flometrics), Cube Consulting Technology Group, Ali-Reza Anghaie,
     33    Ugo Bellavance, John Blauveltt, Joe Baker, R. E. Baker, Stan Benoit, Fred Beondo, Bryan Bilyeu, J.R. Black, Perry Blalock, Michael Bockelie, Thomas Boilard, Dmitri Bosiers, Matthew Brett, Jocelyn Brouillard, Christopher Bryant, Benedikt Carda, Bruce Carlson, Bill Catlan,
     34    Paul Cheshire, JT Chiodi, Matthew Cline, Michael Cocke, William Codington, Herve Collin, Bob Collins, Anthony A. Cooke, Joe Cooper, Joop Cousteau, Sam Cramer, Lachlan Cranswick, Roy Cromartie, John Croson, Graham Currie,
     35    DaveD, Richard Damian, Andrew Davidson, Hakan Dedorsson, Randy Delfs, Shekhar Dhotre, Daniel Dickinson, Lloyd Dieter, David Disser, Warren Dodge, David Donovan, Nelson Doucet, Neil Dunbar, John Duinkerken,
     36    Rolf Eichenseher, Don Erickson, Lukas Efler, Rodolfo Estrada,
     37    Scott Farwell, Larry Finger, Santiago Flores, Michael Francis, David Franklin, Doreen Friesen,
     38    Andreas Gartner, Brian Goodyear, Todd Gould, Robert Granger, Bruce Griffis, Scott Grimes, David Grubb,
     39    Carrie Hallquist,  Steve Haworth, Douglas Heady, Stefan U Hegner, Greg Henderson, Karlheinz Herrmann, Robert Hieger, Robert F. Hill, John Holbrook, Hewlett-Packard, HP Intel Solution Center, John Huttley,
     40    Paul Isaacs,
     41    Maurice Janssen, William Jennings,
     42    Ted Kaczmarek, Merwan Kashouty, Jesse Keating, Roy Kimbrell, Thomas Klettke, Barry Kline, Herman Knief, Edward Konz, Aaron Kulbe,
     43    Andrew Latham, Robert E. Laughlin, Scott Leerssen, Andree Liedenfrost, Mark Lindsay, David Looney,
     44    Scott Mace, Jonathan Manning, Andrew McDade, Norrie McKinley, Shannon McMurtrey, Sasha Mitelman, Bruce Martin, Chris Mason, Roy McBroom, Brian Moore, Dellae McKenzie, Douglas McIntosh, George McQuade, TJ Meadows, Bill Mixter, Mark Jed Murphy,
     45    Mark Newman, Mark Nienberg, Zina Nieuwland,
     46    James Ots, Bill Ott, Fergus O'Rorke,
     47    Danny Patel, Sean McPherson, Benjamin Merembeck, Sasha Mitelman, Danny Patel, Andreas Pirrung, Randall Potvin, Frank Precissi, David Price,
     48    Robert Ragosta, Scott Redford, Kevin Rennert, James Richard, Eric Roark, Seth Rothberg,
     49    Daniel Sabo, Dan Sanderson, Anatole Sarko, Mark Schmidt, Knut Schneider, Neil Schneider, Efren Seldura, Michael Sestak, Michael Shehan, David Schaub, Edward Sheldrake, Rei Shinozuka, Thomas Simmons, Bradley Sims, Eric Sixt, Andreas Söchtig, SolarPC, Jeffrey Sofferin, Squeegy, Stephen Squier, Marius Steurer, Neil Stevens,
     50    Hal Thompson, Louis Townsend, Dale Tronrud, Pinhas Tsruya,
     51    Derek Verbeeck,
     52    Dean Wadsworth, Jason Ware, Wynja Web, Benjamin Weiss, Roger West, J. Whitacre, Glenn Williams, Bob Wooden, David Wilson, David Wrisley,
     53    Gregory Yasko, Chris Young,
     54    Tobias Zetterkvist, Zuehike Engineering AG.</P>
     55    <div class="h2-4">
     56      <h2>Contributors</h2>
     57    </div>
     58    <p>These people helped technically the development of Mondo Rescue:</p>
     59    <p>
     60           Fayrouz Abdelkhalek, AlfOS, Alphaome, H&eacute;ctor Garc&iacute;a &Aacute;lvarez, Erik Andersen,
     61           Dagfinn Bakken, Sergio Javier Belkin, Stan &quot;Troff&quot; Benoit, Eric Boo, Fran Boon, Braindead, Fr&eacute;d&eacute;ric Brin, Alex Butcher,
     62           Cafeole, Rick Calder, Dean Carpenter, Michael &quot;Miark&quot; Clark, Gene Cooper, Joe Cooper, Bruno Cornec, Joop Cousteau, Rhys Cuff,
     63           Conor Daly, Bill Davidsen, Mike Davis, Phillip Deackes, Randy Delfs, Aaron Digulla, Krzysztof Dubowitz,
     64           Dave Ellis,
     65           Fred Feirtag, Johannes Franken,
     66           Charles Galpin, Stuart D. Gathman, Andrew Glass, Daniel Grandjean, Dave Granz, Ralph Grewe,
     67           Mark Hannah, Ole Hanson, Chad Harrelson, John Harrison, Lee Harvey, Bradley Hartin, Rick Haskin, David Hess, Mikael Hultgren, John Huttley,
     68           Jesse &quot;KP&quot; Keating, Donald Kerns, David Kim, Andreas Kotowicz, Maciej Kulasa, Charly K&uuml;hnast,
     69           Fabrice Laborie, Jan-Eric Lindh, Gary Lowder,
     70           John Mann, Markus Markert, Markus Marquardt, Jean-David Marrow, Marshall McMullen, Roger Merchberger, Benjamin Mickens, Jeff Miller, Michael Moellney, Eberhard Moenkeberg, Andreas Mohr, Jason Murray, Philippe de Muyler,
     71           Matija Nalis, Doug Nordwall, Kosaku Nagasaka,
     72           Marcus Oberhumer, Joshua Oreman, Jay Osborne,
     73           Packetknife and co., Paolo, Michael Ralph Pape, Frank Petzold, Steve Pitts, Dave Polniak, John Price, Terry Pritchard,
     74           Avatar Roadkill, Tobias Reckhard, Mike Roark,
     75           Petre Scheie, Heiko Schlittermann, Roger Schmeits, Jochen Schmitt, Doc Shepler, Chris Siebenmann, Harold Sinclair, &Oslash;ystein Skadsem, Adam Sleight, Bryan Smith, Carl Wilhelm Soderstrom, Sergey Sokolov, Suzhe &amp; Lonius, Steve Swantz,
     76           Christian Titulaer, TLC, Tom (Consultant),
     77           Nick Uniatowski, UnSpawn,
     78           Jeroen Van Pelt, Ronald Verlaan, Bruno Vidal, Carlos Vidal,
     79           Webdragon, Art Wells, Joachim Wickman,
     80           Stephan Zegherd,
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