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Other Contributors to XEmacs

Like most free software, XEmacs is a collaborative effort. These are some of the contributors. We have no doubt forgotten someone; we apologize!

Vladimir Ivanovic <vladimir@mri.com>
Former technical lead for XEmacs at Sun Microsystems. He is now with Microtec Research Inc., working on embedded systems development tools.
Jonathan Stigelman <stig@hackvan.com>
Peripatetic uninominal Emacs hacker. Stig sometimes operates out of a big white van set up for nomadic living and hacking. Implemented the faster stay-up Lucid menus and hyper-apropos. Contributor of many dispersed improvements in the core Lisp code, and back-seat contributor for several of its major packages.
Barry Warsaw <bwarsaw@python.org>
Author of CC Mode for C, C++, Objective-C and Java editing, and Supercite for mail and news citing. Also various and sundry other Emacs utilities, fixes, enhancements and kludgery as whimsy, boredom, and ToT dictate (but not necessarily in that order).
Andy Piper <andy@xemacs.org>
Created the prototype for the toolbars. Has been the first to make use of many of the new XEmacs graphics features. Has implemented many of XEmacs' graphics features under MS-Windows and has ported XEmacs to cygwin under MS-Windows.
Bob Weiner <weiner@altrasoft.com>
Author of the Hyperbole everyday information management hypertext system and the OO-Browser multi-language code browser. He also designed the Altrasoft InfoDock integrated development environment for software engineers. It runs atop XEmacs and is available from his firm, Altrasoft, which offers custom development and support packages for corporate users of XEmacs, GNU Emacs and InfoDock. His interests include user interfaces, information management, CASE tools, communications and enterprise integration.
William Perry <wmperry@aventail.com>
Author of Emacs-w3, the builtin web browser that comes with XEmacs, and various additions to the C code (e.g. the database support, the PNG support, some of the JPG/JPEG support, the strikethru face attribute support).
Kyle Jones <kyle_jones@wonderworks.com>
Author of VM, a mail-reading package that is included in the standard XEmacs distribution, and contributor of many improvements and bug fixes. Unlike RMAIL and MH-E, VM uses the standard UNIX mailbox format for its folders; thus, you can use VM concurrently with other UNIX mail readers such as Berkeley Mail and ELM.
Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi@gnus.org>
Author of Gnus the Usenet news and Mail reading package in the standard XEmacs distribution, and contributor of various enhancements and portability fixes. Lars is a student at the Institute of Informatics at the University of Oslo. He is currently plumbing away at his majors work at the Institute of Physics, working on an SCI project connected with CASCADE and CERN and stuff.
Jens Lautenbacher <jens@lemcbed.lem.uni-karlsruhe.de>
I'm currently working at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany on getting my diploma thesis on Supersymmetry (uuh, that's physics) done. After that (and all the remaining exams) I'm looking forward to make a living out of my hobbies -- computers (and graphics). But because I have no deadline for the exams and XEmacs betas are released at a high rate this may take some time...
Jareth Hein <jareth@camelot.co.jp>
Jareth Hein is a mountain boy who abandoned his home state of Colorado for the perpetual state of chaos known as Tokyo in a failed attempt to become a cel-animator, and a more successful one to become a computer-game programmer. As he happens to be bilingual (guess which two?) he's been doing quite a bit of MULE hacking. He's also getting his hands dirty in the graphics areas as well.
MORIOKA Tomohiko <morioka@jaist.ac.jp>
I am the author of tm-view (general MIME Viewer for GNU Emacs) and major author and maintainer of tm (Tools for MIME; general MIME package for GNU Emacs). In addition, I am working to unify MULE API for Emacs and XEmacs. In XEmacs, I have ported many mule features.
I am a doctoral student at School of Information Science of JAIST (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Hokuriku). I'm interested in Natural Language, Affordance and writing systems.
David Moore <dmoore@ucsd.edu>
David has contributed greatly to the quest to speed up XEmacs. He is a student in the Computer Systems Laboratory at UCSD. When he manages to have free time, he usually spends it on 200 mile bicycle rides, learning german or showing people the best mail & news environment he's found in 10 years. (That'd be XEmacs, Gnus and bbdb, of course.) He can be found at `druidmuck.egbt.org 4201' at various hours of the day.
Michael Sperber <sperber@informatik.uni-tuebingen.de>
Mike ported EFS to XEmacs 20 and integrated EFS into XEmacs. He's also responsible for the ports of facemenu.el and enriched.el. When Mike isn't busy putting together patches for free software he has just installed or changing his hairstyle, he does research in modern programming languages and their implementation, and hopes that one day XEmacs will speak Scheme.
Vin Shelton <acs@acm.org>
Vin helps maintain the older, more mature (read: moldy) versions of XEmacs. Vin has maintained the official XEmacs patch pages.
Marcus Thiessel <marcus@xemacs.org>
Worked at University of Kaiserslautern where he took part in the development and design of a CAD framework for analog integrated circuits with special emphasis on distributed software concepts. He has now joined HP as technical consultant.
For XEmacs he does beta testing and tries to take care of XEmacs website at www.xemacs.org
Andrew Cosgriff <ajc@bing.wattle.id.au>
When not helping maintain the XEmacs website, Andrew is a Network Software Engineer(tm) for Monash University in Australia, maintaining webservers and doing random other things. As well as spending spare time being an Eager Young Space Cadet and fiddling with XEmacs/Gnus et. al., he spends his time pursuing, among other things, a Life. Some of this currently involves doing an A-Z (by country) of restaurants with friends, and has, in the past, involved dyeing his hair various colours.
IENAGA Kazuyuki <ienaga@jsys.co.jp>
IENAGA Kazuyuki is the XEmacs technical lead on BSD, particularly FreeBSD.
Darrell Kindred <dkindred@cmu.edu>
Darrell tends to come out of the woodwork a couple of weeks before a new release with a flurry of fixes for bugs that annoy him. He hopes he's spared you from a core dump or two.
Darrell is currently a doctoral student in computer science at Carnegie Mellon University, but he's trying hard to kick that habit.
Didier Verna <verna@inf.enst.fr>
I'm currently working (Ph.D.) on the cognitive aspects of Human-Machine Interaction in Virtual Environments, and especialy on the possibility of adding (artificial) intelligence between the system and the operator, in order to detect the intentions of the latter.
Otherwise, I'm, say, 35.82% professional Jazz guitar player, which means that's not the way I earn my crust, but things may very well reverse in the future ...
Marc Paquette <marcpa@CAM.ORG>
I work for Positron Industries Inc., Public Safety Division.
Peter Pezaris <pez@dwwc.com>
Author of SQL Mode, edit-toolbar, mailtool-mode, and various other small packages with varying degrees of usefulness.
Rick Campbell <rickc@lehman.com>
The hacker formerly known as Rick Busdiecker, maintainer of ILISP.
Anthony Rossini <rossini@stat.sc.edu>
Author of the first XEmacs FAQ, as well as minor priest in the movement to get every statistician in the world to use XEmacs for statistical programming and data analysis. Current development lead for ESS (Emacs Speaks Statistics), a mode and inferior mode for statistical programming and data analysis for SAS, S, S-PLUS, R, XLispStat; configurable for nearly any other statistical language/package one might want. In spare time, acts as a Ph.D. (bio)statistician for money and amusement. Current position: Assistant Professor of Statistics at the University of South Carolina.
Stig Bjorlykke <stigb@tihlde.hist.no>
Currently studying computer science in Trondheim, Norway. Full time Linux user and proud of it. XEmacs hacker light. Maintainer of the RPM package.
Oliver Graf <ograf@fga.de>
Author of the XEmacs Drag'n'Drop API.
Jens-Ulrik Holger Petersen <petersen@kurims.kyoto-u.ac.jp>
Author of "find-func.el".
Jason Mastaler <jason@xemacs.org>
Beta tester and manager of the various XEmacs mailing lists. Originator and maintainer of the gnus.org domain.
Jeff Miller <jmiller@smart.net>
Beta tester and last hacker of calendar.
Christian Nyb,Ax(B <chr@mediascience.no>
Maintainer of the XEmacs FAQ and proud author of `zap-up-to-char'.
Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart <pelegri@eng.sun.com>
Author of EOS, a package included in the standard XEmacs distribution that integrates XEmacs with the SPARCworks development environment from Sun. Past lead for XEmacs at Sun; advocated the validity of using Epoch, and later Lemacs, at Sun through several early prototypes.
Matthieu Devin <devin@rs.com>
Part of the original (pre-19.0) Lucid Emacs development team. Matthieu wrote the initial Energize interface, designed the toolkit-independent Lucid Widget library, and fixed enough redisplay bugs to last a lifetime. The features in Lucid Emacs were largely inspired by Matthieu's initial prototype of an Energize interface using Epoch.
Harlan Sexton <hbs@odi.com>
Part of the original (pre-19.0) Lucid Emacs development team. Harlan designed and implemented many of the low level data structures which are original to the Lucid version of Emacs, including extents and hash tables.
Eric Benson <eb@kaleida.com>
Also part of the original Lucid Emacs development team. Eric played a big part in the design of many aspects of the system, including the new command loop and keymaps, fixed numerous bugs, and has been a reliable beta tester ever since.
John Rose <john.rose@sun.com>
Author of many extensions to the `extents' code, including the initial implementation of `duplicable' properties.
Hans Muller <hmuller@eng.sun.com>
Author of the code used to connect XEmacs with ToolTalk, and of an early client of the external Emacs widget.
David hobley <david.hobley@usa.net>
I used to do real work, but now I am a Project Manager for one of the Telco's in Australia. In my spare time I like to get back to basics and muck around with things. As a result I started the NT port. Hopefully I will get to finish it sometime sooner rather than later. I do vaguely remember University where it seems like I had more spare time that I can believe now. Oh well, such is life.
Jonathan Harris <jhar@tardis.ed.ac.uk>
Manages the team responsible for the EPOC kernel at Symbian Ltd. Started the mswindows native-GUI port of XEmacs because he felt lost using Microsoft Windows without a real editor.
Michael R. Cook <mcook@xemacs.org>
Author of the "shy groups" and minimal matching regular expression extensions.
Darryl Okahata <darrylo@sr.hp.com>
Perennial Emacs hacker since 1986 or so, when he first started on GNU Emacs 17.something. Over the years, he's developed "OEmacs", the first version of GNU Emacs 19 for MSDOS, and "bigperl", a 32-bit version of Perl4 for MSDOS. In recent years, reality has intruded and he no longer has much time for playing with cool programs. What little time he has now goes to XEmacs hacking, where he's worked on speeding up dired under MS Windows, and to feeding his two cats.

In addition to those just mentioned, the following people have spent a great deal of effort providing feedback, testing beta versions of XEmacs, providing patches to the source code, or doing all of the above. We couldn't have done it without them.

Nagi M. Aboulenein<aboulene@ponder.csci.unt.edu>
Per Abrahamsen <abraham@dina.kvl.dk>
Gary Adams <gra@zeppo.East.Sun.COM>
Gennady Agranov <agranov@csa.CS.Technion.Ac.IL>
Adrian Aichner <aichner@ecf.teradyne.com>
Mark Allender <allender@vnet.IBM.COM>
Stephen R. Anderson <sra@bloch.ling.yale.edu>
Butch Anton <butch@zaphod.uchicago.edu>
Fred Appelman <Fred.Appelman@cv.ruu.nl>
Erik "The Pope" Arneson <lazarus@mind.net>
Tor Arntsen <tor@spacetec.no>
Marc Aurel <4-tea-2@bong.saar.de>
Larry Auton <lda@control.att.com>
Larry Ayers <layers@marktwain.net>
Oswald P. Backus IV <backus@altagroup.com>
Mike Battaglia <mbattagl@dsccc.com>
Neal Becker <neal@ctd.comsat.com>
Paul Bibilo <peb@delcam.com>
Leonard Blanks <ltb@haruspex.demon.co.uk>
Jan Borchers <job@tk.uni-linz.ac.at>
Mark Borges <mdb@cdc.noaa.gov>
David P. Boswell <daveb@tau.space.thiokol.com>
Tim Bradshaw <tfb@edinburgh.ac.uk>
Rick Braumoeller <rickb@mti.sgi.com>
Matthew J. Brown <mjb@doc.ic.ac.uk>
Alastair Burt <burt@dfki.uni-kl.de>
David Bush <david.bush@adn.alcatel.com>
Richard Caley <rjc@cstr.edinburgh.ac.uk>
Stephen Carney <carney@gvc.dec.com>
Lorenzo M. Catucci <lorenzo@argon.roma2.infn.it>
Philippe Charton <charton@lmd.ens.fr>
Peter Cheng <peter.cheng@sun.com>
Jin S. Choi <jin@atype.com>
Tomasz J. Cholewo <tjchol01@mecca.spd.louisville.edu>
Serenella Ciongoli <czs00@ladybug.oes.amdahl.com>
Glynn Clements <glynn@sensei.co.uk>
Richard Cognot <cognot@ensg.u-nancy.fr>
Andy Cohen <cohen@andy.bu.edu>
Richard Coleman <coleman@math.gatech.edu>
Mauro Condarelli <MC5686@mclink.it>
Andrew J Cosgriff <ajc@bing.wattle.id.au>
Nick J. Crabtree <nickc@scopic.com>
Christopher Davis <ckd@kei.com>
Soren Dayton <csdayton@cs.uchicago.edu>
Chris Dean <ctdean@cogit.com>
Michael Diers <mdiers@logware.de>
William G. Dubuque <wgd@martigny.ai.mit.edu>
Steve Dunham <dunham@dunham.tcimet.net>
Samuel J. Eaton <samuele@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Carl Edman <cedman@Princeton.EDU>
Dave Edmondson <davided@sco.com>
Jonathan Edwards <edwards@intranet.com>
Eric Eide <eeide@asylum.cs.utah.edu>
EKR <ekr@terisa.com>
Gunnar Evermann <Gunnar.Evermann@nats.informatik.uni-hamburg.de>
Oscar Figueiredo <Oscar.Figueiredo@di.epfl.ch>
David Fletcher <frodo@tsunami.com>
Paul Flinders <ptf@delcam.co.uk>
Jered J Floyd <jered@mit.edu>
Gary D. Foster <Gary.Foster@Corp.Sun.COM>
Jerry Frain <jerry@sneffels.tivoli.com>
Holger Franz <hfranz@physik.rwth-aachen.de>
Benjamin Fried <bf@morgan.com>
Barry Friedman <friedman@nortel.ca>
Noah Friedman <friedman@splode.com>
Kazuyoshi Furutaka <furutaka@Flux.tokai.jaeri.go.jp>
Lew Gaiter III <lew@StarFire.com>
Olivier Galibert <Olivier.Galibert@mines.u-nancy.fr>
Itay Gat <itay@cs.huji.ac.il>
Tim Geisler <Tim.Geisler@informatik.uni-muenchen.de>
Dave Gillespie <daveg@synaptics.com>
Christian F. Goetze <cg@bigbook.com>
Yusuf Goolamabbas <yusufg@iss.nus.sg>
Wolfgang Grieskamp <wg@cs.tu-berlin.de>
John Griffith <griffith@sfs.nphil.uni-tuebingen.de>
James Grinter <jrg@demon.net>
Ben Gross <bgross@uiuc.edu>
Dirk Grunwald <grunwald@foobar.cs.Colorado.EDU>
Michael Guenther <michaelg@igor.stuttgart.netsurf.de>
Dipankar Gupta <dg@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
Markus Gutschke <gutschk@GOEDEL.UNI-MUENSTER.DE>
Kai Haberzettl <khaberz@synnet.de>
Adam Hammer <hammer@cs.purdue.edu>
Magnus Hammerin <magnush@epact.se>
ChangGil Han <cghan@phys401.phys.pusan.ac.kr>
Derek Harding <dharding@lssec.bt.co.uk>
Michael Harnois <mharnois@sbt.net>
John Haxby <J.Haxby@isode.com>
Karl M. Hegbloom <karlheg@inetarena.com>
Benedikt Heinen <beh@icemark.thenet.ch>
Stephan Herrmann <sh@first.gmd.de>
August Hill <awhill@inlink.com>
Mike Hill <mikehill@hgeng.com>
Charles Hines <chuck_hines@VNET.IBM.COM>
Shane Holder <holder@rsn.hp.com>
Chris Holt <xris@migraine.stanford.edu>
Tetsuya HOYANO <hoyano@ari.bekkoame.or.jp>
David Hughes <djh@harston.cv.com>
Tudor Hulubei <tudor@cs.unh.edu>
Tatsuya Ichikawa <ichikawa@hv.epson.co.jp>
Andrew Innes <andrewi@harlequin.co.uk>
Andreas Jaeger <aj@arthur.rhein-neckar.de>
Markku Jarvinen <Markku.Jarvinen@simpukka.funet.fi>
Robin Jeffries <robin.jeffries@sun.com>
Philip Johnson <johnson@uhics.ics.Hawaii.Edu>
J. Kean Johnston <jkj@paradigm-sa.com>
John W. Jones <jj@asu.edu>
Andreas Kaempf <andreas@sccon.com>
Yoshiaki Kasahara <kasahara@nc.kyushu-u.ac.jp>
Kirill M. Katsnelson <kkm@kis.ru>
Amir Katz <amir@ndsoft.com>
Doug Keller <dkeller@vnet.ibm.com>
Hunter Kelly <retnuh@corona>
Gregor Kennedy <gregork@dadd.ti.com>
Michael Kifer <kifer@cs.sunysb.edu>
Yasuhiko Kiuchi <kiuchi@dsp.ksp.fujixerox.co.jp>
Greg Klanderman <greg.klanderman@alum.mit.edu>
Valdis Kletnieks <Valdis.Kletnieks@vt.edu>
Norbert Koch <n.koch@delta-ii.de>
Rob Kooper <kooper@cc.gatech.edu>
Peter Skov Knudsen <knu@dde.dk>
Jens Krinke <krinke@ips.cs.tu-bs.de>
Maximilien Lincourt <max@toonboom.com>
Mats Larsson <Mats.Larsson@uab.ericsson.se>
Simon Leinen <simon@instrumatic.ch>
Carsten Leonhardt <leo@arioch.oche.de>
James LewisMoss <moss@cs.sc.edu>
Mats Lidell <mats.lidell@contactor.se>
Matt Liggett <mliggett@seven.ucs.indiana.edu>
Christian Limpach <Christian.Limpach@nice.ch>
Maximilien Lincourt <max@toonboom.com>
Markus Linnala <maage@b14b.tupsu.ton.tut.fi>
Robert Lipe <robertl@arnet.com>
Derrell Lipman <derrell@vis-av.com>
Damon Lipparelli <lipp@aa.net>
Hamish Macdonald <hamish@bnr.ca>
Ian MacKinnon <imackinnon@telia.co.uk>
Patrick MacRoberts <macro@hpcobr30.cup.hp.com>
Tonny Madsen <Tonny.Madsen@netman.dk>
Ketil Z Malde <ketil@ii.uib.no>
Steve March <smarch@quaver.urbana.mcd.mot.com>
Ricardo Marek <ricky@ornet.co.il>
Pekka Marjola <pema@iki.fi>
Simon Marshall <simon@gnu.ai.mit.edu>
Dave Mason <dmason@plg.uwaterloo.ca>
Jaye Mathisen <mrcpu@cdsnet.net>
Jason McLaren <mclaren@math.mcgill.ca>
Michael McNamara <mac@silicon-sorcery.com>
Michael Meissner <meissner@osf.org>
David M. Meyer <meyer@ns.uoregon.edu>
John Mignault <jbm@panix.com>
Brad Miller <bmiller@cs.umn.edu>
John Morey <jmorey@crl.com>
Rob Mori <rob.mori@sun.com>
Heiko Muenkel <muenkel@tnt.uni-hannover.de>
Arup Mukherjee <arup+@cs.cmu.edu>
Colas Nahaboo <Colas.Nahaboo@sophia.inria.fr>
Lynn D. Newton <lynn@ives.phx.mcd.mot.com>
Casey Nielson <knielson@joule.elee.calpoly.edu>
Georg Nikodym <Georg.Nikodym@canada.sun.com>
Andy Norman <ange@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
Joe Nuspl <nuspl@sequent.com>
Kim Nyberg <kny@tekla.fi>
Kevin Oberman <oberman@es.net>
David Ofelt <ofelt@getalife.Stanford.EDU>
Alexandre Oliva <oliva@dcc.unicamp.br>
Tore Olsen <toreo@colargol.idb.hist.no>
Greg Onufer <Greg.Onufer@eng.sun.com>
Achim Oppelt <aoppelt@theorie3.physik.uni-erlangen.de>
Rebecca Ore <rebecca.ore@op.net>
Sudeep Kumar Palat <palat@idt.unit.no>
Joel Peterson <tarzan@aosi.com>
Thomas A. Peterson <tap@src.honeywell.com>
Tibor Polgar <tibor@alteon.com>
Fabrice POPINEAU <popineau@esemetz.ese-metz.fr>
Frederic Poncin <fp@info.ucl.ac.be>
E. Rehmi Post <rehmi@asylum.sf.ca.us>
Martin Pottendorfer <Martin.Pottendorfer@aut.alcatel.at>
Colin Rafferty <colin@xemacs.org>
Rick Rankin <Rick_Rankin-P15254@email.mot.com>
Paul M Reilly <pmr@pajato.com>
Jack Repenning <jackr@sgi.com>
Daniel Rich <drich@cisco.com>
Roland Rieke <rol@darmstadt.gmd.de>
Art Rijos <art.rijos@SNET.com>
Russell Ritchie <ritchier@britannia-life.co.uk>
Roland <rol@darmstadt.gmd.de>
Mike Russell <mjruss@rchland.vnet.ibm.com>
Hajime Saitou <hajime@jsk.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp>
Jan Sandquist <etxquist@iqa.ericsson.se>
Marty Sasaki <sasaki@spdcc.com>
SATO Daisuke <densuke@ga2.so-net.or.jp>
Kenji Sato <ken@ny.kdd.com>
Mike Scheidler <c23mts@eng.delcoelect.com>
Daniel Schepler <daniel@shep13.wustl.edu>
Holger Schauer <schauer@coling.uni-freiburg.de>
Darrel Schneider <darrel@slc.com>
Hayden Schultz <haydens@ll.mit.edu>
Cotton Seed <cottons@cybercom.net>
Axel Seibert <seiberta@informatik.tu-muenchen.de>
Odd-Magne Sekkingstad <oddms@ii.uib.no>
Gregory Neil Shapiro <gshapiro@sendmail.org>
Justin Sheehy <justin@linus.mitre.org>
John Shen <zfs60@cas.org>
Murata Shuuichirou <mrt@mickey.ai.kyutech.ac.jp>
Matt Simmons <simmonmt@acm.org>
Dinesh Somasekhar <somasekh@ecn.purdue.edu>
Jeffrey Sparkes <jsparkes@bnr.ca>
Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@pilgrim.umass.edu>
Francois Staes <frans@kiwi.uia.ac.be>
Anders Stenman <stenman@isy.liu.se>
Jason Stewart <jasons@cs.unm.edu>
Rick Tait <rickt@gnu.ai.mit.edu>
TANAKA Hayashi <tanakah@mxa.mesh.ne.jp>
Samuel Tardieu <sam@inf.enst.fr>
James Thompson <thompson@wg2.waii.com>
Nobu Toge <toge@accad1.kek.jp>
Raymond L. Toy <toy@rtp.ericsson.se>
Remek Trzaska <remek@npac.syr.edu>
TSUTOMU Nakamura <tsutomu@rs.kyoto.omronsoft.co.jp>
Stefanie Teufel <s.teufel@ndh.net>
Gary Thomas <g.thomas@opengroup.org>
Stephen Turnbull <turnbull@sk.tsukuba.ac.jp>
John Turner <turner@xdiv.lanl.gov>
UENO Fumihiro <7m2vej@ritp.ye.IHI.CO.JP>
Aki Vehtari <Aki.Vehtari@hut.fi>
Juan E. Villacis <jvillaci@cs.indiana.edu>
Jan Vroonhof <vroonhof@math.ethz.ch>
Vladimir Vukicevic <vladimir@intrepid.com>
Charles G. Waldman <cgw@fnal.gov>
David Walte <djw18@cornell.edu>
Peter Ware <ware@cis.ohio-state.edu>
Christoph Wedler <wedler@fmi.uni-passau.de>
Yoav Weiss <yoav@zeus.datasrv.co.il>
Peter B. West <p.west@uq.net.au>
Rod Whitby <rwhitby@asc.corp.mot.com>
Rich Williams <rdw@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
Raymond Wiker <raymond@orion.no>
Peter Windle <peterw@SDL.UG.EDS.COM>
David C Worenklein <dcw@gcm.com>
Takeshi Yamada <yamada@sylvie.kecl.ntt.jp>
Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@ga.sony.co.jp>
Jason Yanowitz <yanowitz@eternity.cs.umass.edu>
La Monte Yarroll <piggy@hilbert.maths.utas.edu.au>
Blair Zajac <blair@olympia.gps.caltech.edu>
Volker Zell <vzell@de.oracle.com>
Daniel Zivkovic <daniel@canada.sun.com>
Karel Zuiderveld <Karel.Zuiderveld@cv.ruu.nl>

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