Julian Seward, firstname.lastname@example.org
Julian was the original designer and author of Valgrind, created the
dynamic translation framework, wrote Memcheck and Addrcheck, and did
lots of other things.
Nicholas Nethercote, email@example.com
Nick did the core/tool generalisation, wrote Cachegrind and Massif,
and tons of other stuff.
Jeremy Fitzhardinge, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeremy wrote Helgrind and totally overhauled low-level syscall/signal
and address space layout stuff, among many other improvements.
Tom Hughes, email@example.com
Tom did a vast number of bug fixes, and helped out with support for
more recent Linux/glibc versions.
Robert Walsh, firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert added file descriptor leakage checking, new library
interception machinery, support for client allocation pools, and minor
Dirk Mueller, email@example.com
Dirk contributed the malloc-free mismatch checking stuff and various
other bits and pieces, and acted as our KDE liaison.
Donna Robinson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Keeper of the very excellent http://www.valgrind.org.
Frederic Gobry helped with autoconf and automake. Daniel Berlin
modified readelf's dwarf2 source line reader, written by Nick Clifton,
for use in Valgrind. Michael Matz and Simon Hausmann modified the GNU
binutils demangler(s) for use in Valgrind.
And lots and lots of other people sent bug reports, patches, and very