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<title>About the Scribus Team</title>
<h2>About the Scribus Team (in order of joining)</h2>

<p>Franz Schmid - "Our Linus..." original author, main coder; 40, employee at a mining company; [RedHat, Suse 9.1 - KDE]</p>

<p>Peter Linnell -  aka mrdocs - started with testing the 0.3.6 version, took over the doc writing for 0.5.0; tester, rpm builder, web master for <a href="http://www.scribus.net/">www.scribus.net;</a> 40, DTP/IT consultant for publishing companies; [Red Hat/Fedora, Suse 9.1 - KDE/Blackbox]</p>

<p>Paul F. Johnson - aka Nodoid - started with sending patches for 0.8, does code review and code optimizing; 35, network admin for Salford University School of Music where <a href="http://www.scribus.net/">www.scribus.net</a> is kindly hosted; [Red Hat/Fedora - Gnome]</p>

<p>Craig Bradney  - aka MrB - started with 1.1.1, testing, setup of docs.scribus.net and bugs.scribus.net, manages the IRC channel #scribus on freenode.net; 30, Self-employed IT/Web development consultant; [Gentoo - KDE]</p>

<p>Petr Van&#283;k - started with 1.1.4, plug-in specialist, has written several Scribus plug-ins and the how-to for Scribus plug-in writing; 30, bank employee; [Gentoo, Suse - KDE]</p>

<p>Riku Leino - aka Tsoots - started with 1.1.5, wrote the Doc Template plug-in and new GetText plugin structure, and a java application for handling CVS logs; 26, IT student and works for  HKL-Metro; [Slackware - KDE]</p>

<h2>The Supporting Cast</h2>
<h4>Active users/contributors who have added to the Scribus community (in no particular order):</h4>

<p>Oleksandr Moskalenko - aka malex - maintainer of Scribus Debian packages,  helps with i18n, translation, and user support in #scribus on IRC; molecular biologist; [Debian -KDE]</p>

<p>Steve Callcott - aka sjc - wrote the python plugin font sampler, which showed the real power of the python Scripter in Scribus; works on systems control and consumer electronics, custom software and support.</p>

<p>Alessandro Rimoldi - added fixes for localization and code clean-ups.</p>

<p>J.J. Sarton - added some key patches for improving image handling and other improvements. Added the GIMP support to Scribus.</p>

<p>Alistair Robinson - added some important fixes for font handling in early Scribus versions. Also wrote the clever hack for GIMP to create CMYK TIFFs.</p>

<p>Maciej Hanski - Polish translator and writer of the PDF Forms how-to.</p>

<p>Yves Ceccone- French translator, wrote many of the python scripts included with Scribus, maintained a large number of Docs for Scribus in French.</p>

<p>Martin Costabel - maintains the Scribus port and support libraries for Fink, allowing Scribus to run under X11 and MacOSX.</p>

<p>Craig Ringer - has done a number of tests with Scribus for newspaper print production, as well as testing X11 performance.</p>

<p>Niyam Bhusham - contributed a terrific tutorial on Scribus.</p>

<p>Marti Maria - for answering my tons of questions and providing littlecms.</p>

<p>Johannes R&#252;schel - Excellent bug finder, German translator; 18, German Civil Service</p>

<p>Alexandre Prokoudine - Russian Translator, has helped a bunch with i18n issues.</p>
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