Package: digikamimageplugins / 2:0.8.2-4

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This package was first debianized by Achim Bohnet <ach@mpe.mpg.de>
in Sep 2004.

The software was downloaded from

   http://sourceforge.net/projects/digikam

Their 'Digikamimageplugins development team' is listed in

   /usr/share/doc/digikamimageplugins/AUTHORS:

	Gilles Caulier <caulier dot gilles at free.fr>       : Main developer and coordinator.

	Renchi Raju <renchi at pooh.tam.uiuc.edu>            : Developer.
	Pieter Voloshyn <pieter_voloshyn at ame.com.br>      : Image filter algorithms.

	Gerhard Kulzer <gerhard at kulzer.net>               : Handbooks writer.
	Goran Jartin <tryfan at telia.com>                   : Handbooks writer.



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that may arise during the performance of the Agreement.

13.2 Failing an amicable solution within two (2) months as from their
occurrence, and unless emergency proceedings are necessary, the
disagreements or disputes shall be referred to the Paris Courts having
jurisdiction, by the more diligent Party.


Version 2.0 dated 2005-05-21.

-------------------------------------------------


Copyright holders:

    adjustcurves
	Copyright 2004-2005 by Gilles Caulier

    adjustlevels
	Copyright 2004-2005 by Gilles Caulier <caulier dot gilles at free.fr>

    antivignetting
	Copyright 2004-2005 by Gilles Caulier

	o Original AntiVignetting algorithm copyrighted 2003 by
	  John Walker from 'pnmctrfilt' implementation:
	  
	  Copyright © 2003 by John Walker. The source code for this program
	  is in the public domain. Executable versions of the program are
	  subject to the licenses of all the libraries they incorporate.

	  See http://www.fourmilab.ch/netpbm/pnmctrfilt for more
	  informations.

    blowup
    	Copyright 2005 by Gilles Caulier

    blurfx
    	Copyright 2005 by Gilles Caulier
	
	o Original Blur algorithms copyrighted 2004 by
	  Pieter Z. Voloshyn <pieter_voloshyn at ame.com.br>.

    border
	Copyright 2005 by Gilles Caulier

    channelmixer
	Copyright 2005 by Gilles Caulier

	o Load and save mixer gains methods inspired from
	  Gimp 2.2.3 and copyrighted 2002 by Martin Guldahl
	  <mguldahl at xmission dot com>.

    charcoal
	Copyright 2004-2005 by Gilles Caulier <caulier dot gilles at free.fr>

    common
    	Copyright 2004,2005 by Gilles Caulier

FIXME? Okay?
	o Some code come from the Fast Anisotropic Smoothing of
	  Multi-valued Images, using Curvature-Preserving PDE's
	  by David Tschumperlé.

    despeckle
	Copyright 2004-2005 by Gilles Caulier <caulier dot gilles at free.fr>

	o Despeckle algorithm come from plug-ins/common/despeckle.c
	    * Gimp 2.0 source file and copyrighted
	    * 1997-1998 by Michael Sweet (mike at easysw.com)

    distortionfx
    	Copyright 2005 by Gilles Caulier

	o Original Distortion algorithms copyrighted 2004-2005 by
	  Pieter Z. Voloshyn <pieter_voloshyn at ame.com.br>.

    emboss
	Copyright 2004-2005 by Gilles Caulier <caulier dot gilles at free.fr>

	   * Original Emboss algorithm copyrighted 2004 by
	   * Pieter Z. Voloshyn <pieter_voloshyn at ame.com.br>.

    filmgrain
	Copyright 2004-2005 by Gilles Caulier <caulier dot gilles at free.fr>

    freerotation
	Copyright 2004-2005 by Gilles Caulier

    infrared
	Copyright 2005 by Gilles Caulier

    inpainting
	Copyright 2005 by Gilles Caulier

    insertext
	Copyright 2005 by Gilles Caulier

    lensdistortion
	Copyright 2004-2005 by Gilles Caulier

	o Original Distortion Correction algorithm copyrighted
	  2001-2003 David Hodson <hodsond@acm.org>

    oilpaint
	Copyright 2004-2005 by Gilles Caulier <caulier dot gilles at free.fr>

	o Original OilPaint algorithm copyrighted 2004 by
	  Pieter Z. Voloshyn <pieter_voloshyn at ame.com.br>.

    perspective
	Copyright 2004,2005 by Gilles Caulier

	o Matrix3 implementation inspired from gimp 2.0
	  Copyright (C) 1995 Spencer Kimball and Peter Mattis

    raindrop
	Copyright 2004-2005 by Gilles Caulier <caulier dot gilles at free.fr>

	o Original RainDrop algorithm copyrighted 2004 by
	  Pieter Z. Voloshyn <pieter_voloshyn at ame.com.br>.

    restauration
    	Copyright 2005 by Gilles Caulier
	
    sheartool
    	Copyright 2004-2005 by Gilles Caulier
	
    solarize
	Copyright 2004,2005 by Renchi Raju <renchi at pooh.tam.uiuc.edu>

    superimpose
	Copyright 2005 by Gilles Caulier
    	Copyright 2004 by Renchi Raju

    texture
	Copyright 2005 by Gilles Caulier

    unsharp
	Copyright 2004-2005 by Gilles Caulier <caulier dot gilles at free.fr>

	o Unsharp mask algorithm come from plug-ins/common/unsharp.c
	  Gimp 2.0 source file and copyrighted
	  1999 by Winston Chang (winstonc at cs.wisc.edu)

    whitebalance
	Copyright 2004-2005 by Pawel T. Jochym
	Copyright 2005 by Gilles Caulier
    
	o Some parts are inspired from RawPhoto implementation copyrighted
	  2004-2005 by Pawel T. Jochym <jochym at ifj edu pl>

Translations:

 Thierry Vignaud <tvignaud at mandriva.com> (br)
 Josep Ma. Ferrer <txemaq at gmail.com> (ca)
 Jakub Friedl <jfriedl at suse.cz>  Klara Cihlarova <koty at seznam.cz> (cs)
 Thierry Vignaud <tvignaud at mandrakesoft.com> (cy)
 Erik Kj�r Pedersen <erik at binghamton.edu> (da)
 Rune R�nde Laursen <runerl at skjoldhoej.dk> (da)
 Oliver D�rr <digikam-de at doerr-privat.de> (de)
 Stephan Johach <hunsum at gmx.de> (de)
 Thomas Reitelbach <tr at erdfunkstelle.de> (de)
 Spiros Georgaras <sngeorgaras at otenet.gr> (el)
 Toussis Manolis <manolis at koppermind.homelinux.org> (el)
 Andrew Coles <andrew_coles at yahoo.co.uk> (en_GB)
 Malcolm Hunter <malcolm.hunter at gmx.co.uk> (en_GB)
 Enrique Matias Sanchez <cronopios at gmail.com> (es)
 Pablo de Vicente <pablo.devicente at gmail.com>   Pablo Pita Leira <pablo.pita at kdemail.net> (es)
 Marek Laane <bald at online.ee> (et)
 Marek Laane <bald at starman.ee> (et)
 Ion Gazta�aga <igaztanaga at gmail.com> (eu)
 Mikael Lammentausta (fi)
 Tung Nguyen <ntung at free.fr> (fr)
 Kevin Patrick Scannell <scannell at SLU.EDU> (ga)
 mvillarino <mvillarino at users.sourceforge.net> (gl)
 Nadav Kavalerchik <nadavkav at netvision.net.il> (he)
 ????? ???????? <elcuco at kde.org> (he)
 Gabor Dudas <dudasg at freemail.hu> (hu)
 Tamas Szanto <tszanto at mol.hu> (hu)
 Federico Zenith <zenith at chemeng.ntnu.no> (it)
 Yukiko BANDO <ybando at k6.dion.ne.jp> (ja)
 Khoem Sokhem <khoemsokhem at khmeros.info> (km)
 Leang Chumsoben <soben at khmeros.info> (km)
 Donatas Glodenis <dgvirtual at akl.lt> (lt)
 Sharuzzaman Ahmat Raslan <sharuzzaman at myrealbox.com> (ms)
 Kevin Attard Compagno <kac_comp at webhostmalta.com> (mt)
 Nils Kristian Tomren <project at nilsk.net> (nb)
 Rinse de Vries <rinsedevries at kde.nl> (nl)
 Karl Ove Hufthammer <karl at huftis.org> (nn)
 Amanpreet Singh Alam <aalam at redhat.com> (pa)
 Michal Rudolf <mrudolf at kdewebdev.org> (pl)
 Robert Gomulka <rgom at o2.pl> (pl)
 Jos� Nuno Coelho Pires <jncp at netcabo.pt> (pt)
 Pedro Morais <morais at kde.org> (pt)
 Lisiane Sztoltz Teixeira <lisiane at kdemail.net> (pt_BR)
 Marcus Gama <marcus_gama at uol.com.br> (pt_BR)
 Nick Shaforostoff <shafff at ukr.net> (ru)
 Steve Murphy <murf at e-tools.com> (rw)
 Chusslove Illich <caslav.ilic at gmx.net> (sr)
 Slobodan Simic <simicsl at verat.net> (sr)
 Chusslove Illich <caslav.ilic at gmx.net> (sr at Latn)
 Slobodan Simic <simicsl at verat.net> (sr at Latn)
 Stefan Asserhall <stefan.asserhall at comhem.se> (sv)
 Tamil PC <tamilpc at ambalam.com> (ta)
 VelMurugan <velnet2004 at yahoo.co.in> (ta)
 ?smail ?im?ek <simsek at kde.org.tr> (tr)
 Ivan Petrouchtchak <ivanpetrouchtchak at yahoo.com> (uk)
 Clytie Siddall <clytie at riverland.net.au> (vi)
 Funda Wang <fundawang at linux.net.cn> (zh_CN)