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1The primary authors of libtrace were:
2 * Perry Lorier
3 * Shane Alcock
4 * Daniel Lawson
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6Libtrace is currently maintained by Shane Alcock <salcock@waikato.ac.nz>.
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8However, we would also like to acknowledge a number of people who have
9generously contributed bug-fixes, extensions and other improvements over the
10years. It is contributions like these that help keep libtrace relevant and
11useful to a broad community, so thanks very much.
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13In no particular order, we would like to recognise:
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15 * Matt Brown for getting us into Debian and keeping us up to date.
16 * Alistair King for reporting and suggesting fixes for numerous bugs,
17   particularly in libwandio
18 * Simon Wadsworth for writing the original version of most of the OSPF code
19 * Nevil Brownlee for reporting a huge number of bugs
20 * Andreas Löf and Yuwei Wang for writing tracereplay
21 * Richard Sanger for writing the ring: format
22 * Scott Raynel for writing most of the wireless metadata code
23 * Josef Vodanovich for writing parts of tracereport
24 * Guillaume Vu-Brugier for reporting and fixing some build errors
25 * John Dickinson for patching in support for ICMPv6
26 * Kaio Rafael and Diógenes Freitas for patching in support for OpenBSD loopback
27 * Robert Edmonds for tidying up the libpacketdump plugin install
28 * Jamie Curtis for fixing a couple of bugs many many years ago
29 * Brendon Jones for creating the original Windows DLLs and writing bits of
30   code here and there
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32Apologies to anyone that we've missed out or forgotten. If you're really
33offended, fire us an email and we'll add you to the list.
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