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Authors (people with more than 10 commits registered), sorted alphabetically:
Kristian Amlie
Nick Anderson
Dimitrios Apostolou
Mark Burgess
Craig Comstock
Ole Herman S. Elgesem
Mikhail Gusarov
Volker Hilsheimer
Maciej Mrowiec
Geir Nygård
Maciej Patucha
Loic Pefferkorn
Bryce Petrini
Nakarin Phooripoom
Vratislav Podzimek
Bishwa Shrestha
Eystein Måløy Stenberg
Sigurd Teigen
Shauna Thomas
Carlos Manuel Duclos Vergara
Bas van der Vlies
Diego Zamboni
Ted Zlatanov
Contributors (people with less than 10 commits registered), sorted alphabetically:
Trond Hasle Amundsen
Cédric Cabessa
Matthieu CERDA
P. Christeas
Jonathan CLARKE
Jeramey Crawford
Remi Debay
Brian Bennett
Franz Bettag
Gonéri Le Bouder
Bernard Brandl
Melinda Fancsal
George Gensure
Klaus Kämpf
Daniel V. Klein
David Lee
Matt Lesko
Riccardo Murri
William Orr
Michael V. Pelletier
Russ Poyner
Frerich Raabe
Laurent Raufaste
Jean Remond
Andrew Stribblehill
James Thompson
Aleksey Tsalolikhin
Neil H Watson
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