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ERC was originally written by Alexander L. Belikoff email@example.com and Sergey Berezin firstname.lastname@example.org. They stopped development around december 1999. Their last released version was ERC 2.0.
P.S.: If one of the original developers of ERC reads this, we'd like to receive additional information for this file and hear comments in general.
In reaction to a mail about the new erc development, Sergey Berezin said, "First of all, I'm glad that my version of ERC is being used out there. The thing is, I do not have free time and enough incentive anymore to work on ERC, so I would be happy if you guys take over the project entirely."
So we happily hacked away on ERC, and soon after (september 2001) released the next "stable" version, 2.1.
Most of the development of the new ERC happend on #emacs on irc.openprojects.net. Over time, many people contributed code, ideas, bugfixes. And not to forget alot of alpha/beta/gamma testing.
See the `CREDITS' file for a list of contributors.
ERC 3.0 is released.
ERC 4.0 is released.
ERC 5.0 is released. Michael Olson email@example.com becomes the release manager and eventually the maintainer.
After some discussion between him and the Emacs developers, it is decided to include ERC in Emacs.
ERC 5.1 is released. It is subsequently included in Emacs 22.
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