Rob Siemborski <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote and tested the conversion
to the SASLv2 API.
Ken Murchison <email@example.com> worked on the OTP, NTLM, SRP and SQL
plugins, as well as helping to track down bugs as they appear. He also
added support for HTTP authentication.
Rob Earhart <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote the build/installation procedure,
wrote and tested some of the code, and provided general guidance and
Leif Johansson <email@example.com> wrote the GSSAPI plugin, with
contributions from Sam Hartman <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Leandro Santi <email@example.com> added Courier authdaemon support.
Alexey Melnikov <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote the first pass of the
DIGEST-MD5 plugin and continues to work on it. He also wrote
a good deal of the current Windows support.
Rainer Schoepf <email@example.com> contributed the LOGIN plugin,
based on Tim Martin's PLAIN plugin.
Simon Loader <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote the MySQL auxprop module.
Rolf Braun <email@example.com> wrote the MacOS ports.
Howard Chu <firstname.lastname@example.org> put a good deal of work into OS/390
portability, correct building of static libraries, and a slew
of misc. bugfixes.
Tim Martin <email@example.com> wrote, debugged, and tested
most of the SASLv1 code.
Larry Greenfield <firstname.lastname@example.org> complained. a lot.
Chris Newman <email@example.com> wrote the initial version of the
SASL API, as well as the version 2 SASL API (documented in sasl.h,
saslutil.h, saslplug.h, and prop.h).
Ryan Troll <firstname.lastname@example.org> started the Windows port,
and both Larry Greenfield and Alexey Melnikov have done more work on it.
getaddrinfo.c was written by Hajimu UMEMOTO <email@example.com>
which is based on the IPv6 code written by KIKUCHI Takahiro
Igor Brezac <firstname.lastname@example.org> has done a good deal of work on the saslauthd
Jeremy Rumpf <email@example.com> implemented the credential cache, unified
the different IPC methods under a common framework.
Fabian Knittel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote auth_pam plugin, based on
Debian's pwcheck_pam daemon by Michael-John Turner <email@example.com>.
saslauthd was originally contributed by Lyndon Nerenberg on
behalf of MessagingDirect Ltd.