Credits

I would like to take a moment to thank the people who have contributed to this project over the years. It’s been a long time, but our translation service is up and running and free for the world to use.

  • David Anderson – Berkeley, CA, USA : advised us when we were working on the Lexicon@Home project (David is the director of the SETI@Home project)
  • Jonathan Augenstine – Pasadena, CA, USA : worked on the multilingual instant messaging system
  • Phil Bekker – San Francisco, CA, USA : our second translator, he’s helping with French
  • Chris Cunningham – Madrid, Spain : worked on GNUtrans and MIMS
  • Melinda Green – San Francisco, CA, USA : built an early version of our multilingual instant messaging system
  • Martin Korben – Buenos Aires, Argentina : our first translator
  • Mike Mangino – Chicago, IL, USA : he and Elevated Rails developed our translation wiki prototype
  • Thor Muller – San Francisco, CA, USA : he and Ruby Red Labs helped us in early stages of the translation wiki project
  • Pixelstud (aka Jayson McAuliffe) – San Francisco, CA, USA : created our logo
  • Jonathan Vaught – South Carolina, USA : he and Elevated Rails developed our translation wiki prototype
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