Credits and acknowledgements for bsd-games and bsd-games-non-free
For details of authors of the games and maintenance of the bsd-games
and bsd-games-non-free packages, see AUTHORS. The following are
further credits for people who have helped improve the package; thanks
also to those who have reported bugs and so helped us improve the
package, and to those who have similarly contributed to the games in
*BSD over the years. Please help me to repair any errors or omissions
in this list.
For recent work (since 1.3), thanks to:
Joey Hess <email@example.com>
For the Debian patches, which covered what was needed to make the games
compile with current libraries, provided many bug fixes and showed
where I needed to do things like parametrise manpages. Also many other
bug reports and fixes, and manpages for wargames and paranoia.
David Frey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
For the ports of tetris and gomoku.
Bill Lash <email@example.com>
For tracking down and fixing a bug in rogue.
Paul Janzen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
For work on the OpenBSD games, including supplying improvements that
could be applied to the Linux port, and merging NetBSD changes into
OpenBSD so making it easier to extract his and other OpenBSD changes
to include in the Linux port. Also for checking the licence of
boggle, so it could be included in the main bsd-games package.
Hubert Feyrer <email@example.com>
For timely responses to my NetBSD PRs, merging the Linux changes
back into NetBSD.
For the original bsd-games package (versions up to 1.3):
Special Thanks to:
Andy Tefft (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For porting backgammon, canfield, fortune, and number. Andy also was a
big help in organizing this project, and in getting the ball rolling in
the early stages.
Thanks also to:
Ross Becker (email@example.com) - working on hunt.
firstname.lastname@example.org - backgammon bug fix.
Andrew Kuchling (email@example.com) - bog bug fix.
Rik Faith (firstname.lastname@example.org) - words file for hangman and bog.
For authors and acknowledgements for the original BSD games, see