Many kudos, thanks, beers, and brownie points to:
Mark Crichton <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Wrote the initial versions
of GdkPixbuf, and bravely maintained Imlib for GNOME's
purposes. And rode us around in the minivan of death.
Arik Devens <email@example.com> - Wrote the preferences code
for EOG and provided many interesting conversations. And lent
me his comic books, which are insanely cool.
Damien Diederen <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Wrote the original fast
scaling code that was the inspiration for EOG.
Tuomas Kuosmanen <email@example.com> - Created the cute icon for
EOG, as well as lots of nice artwork. That artwork was
proudly viewed in EOG as well.
Raph Levien <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Wrote libart, microtile arrays,
GdkRGB, and some awesome code for doing imaging *fast*.
Provided a botomless pit of knowledge.
Michael Meeks <email@example.com> - Wrote the initial Bonobo
stuff for EOG, and provided good feedback all along.
Maciej Stachowiak <firstname.lastname@example.org> - All-around super hacker,
and provided excellent feedback for EOG.
Owen Taylor <email@example.com> - Wrote the awesome scaling
and compositing functions for GdkPixbuf. Also provided a
really bottomless pit of knowledge.
Carsten "The Rasterman" Haitzler <firstname.lastname@example.org> -
Provided many interesting discussions about classification of
images and other imaging stuff. He also throws the best
The GNOME translation team - For letting us use EOG in a