Credits for gentoo
This file lists names of people who have helped with the devel-
opment of gentoo in one way or another.
Since it was created too late (after about one year of development),
it is not 100% complete. If you feel you should be mentioned here,
drop me a note.
gentoo was created by Emil Brink. I am still the maintainer of it,
and up to now I've written all the main code as well as the docu-
mentation. Any and all bugs in the code are due to me (but there
is NO warranty!).
The custom widget code in widgets/ was written by Johan Hanson
(<email@example.com>). Johan is also the man behind all icon graphics
in gentoo. He has stuff at <http://www.bahnhof.se/~misagon/>.
Ulf Petersson (<firstname.lastname@example.org>) has done the HTML design for
the (incredibly outdated) documentation and the main gentoo logo
shown in the About dialog.
Jonas Minnberg (<email@example.com>) has provided much valuable
input on the design of various features.
Help with getting gentoo to compile and run under OpenBSD was
provided by Alexander Moss Tahk <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Alexander Leidinger
<A.Leidinger@WJPServer.CS.Uni-SB.de> then came along and got it
running on FreeBSD systems, as well. Jesse Perry <email@example.com>
provided help and patches to get gentoo compiling and running on
Alpha Tru64 systems. Thanks.
A patch to make gentoo run on Alpha/Linux boxes was provided by
Christopher C. Chimelis, after input from Paul Slootman and
Josip Rodin. Thanks.
A patch to include the RPM-magic "spec"-file was provided by
Ryan Weaver, after input from Mads Villandsen. Thank you.
Initial autoconfig support provided by Andreas Kloeckner.
Packages for Red Hat Linux (RPMs) of gentoo are made available
thanks to the efforts of Ryan Weaver and Matthias Saou. Packages
for the Debian distribution are available courtesy of Josip Rodin.
French translation by Philippe Rossi.
Polish translation by S. Mikula ("[zorba]").