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Fixing Markdown links in credits

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vitorio committed Mar 5, 2017
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## Scripted Amiga Emulator ##

[SAE](https://github.com/naTmeg/ScriptedAmigaEmulator) is a Javascript
port of WinUAE by [naTmeg](https://github.com/naTmeg). It emulates
most of the Amiga models that were released.
[SAE](https://github.com/naTmeg/ScriptedAmigaEmulator) is a Javascript port of WinUAE by [naTmeg](https://github.com/naTmeg). It emulates most of the Amiga models that were released.

# Credits and Components #

Primary work on Emularity is by [https://github.com/db48x](Daniel
Brooks), with contributions of code or concepts from
[https://github.com/jvilk](John Vilk), Andre D,
[https://github.com/DopefishJustin/](Justin Kerk), Vitorio Miliano,
and [https://github.com/textfiles](Jason Scott). Some of these
contributions predate the git repository, unfortunately.

Emularity makes use of [BrowserFS](https://github.com/jvilk/BrowserFS)
by [https://github.com/jvilk](John Vilk), an in-browser filesystem
that emulates the Node JS filesystem API and supports storing and
retrieving files from various backends.

It also utilizes
[ES6-Promise](https://github.com/jakearchibald/es6-promise), a
polyfill of the ES6 Promise API. Both are implemented and included
without modification; consult these original repositories for
information or verification.
Primary work on Emularity is by [Daniel Brooks](https://github.com/db48x), with contributions of code or concepts from [John Vilk](https://github.com/jvilk), Andre D, [Justin Kerk](https://github.com/DopefishJustin), [Vitorio Miliano](https://github.com/vitorio), and [Jason Scott](https://github.com/textfiles). Some of these contributions predate the Emularity git repository, unfortunately.

Emularity makes use of [BrowserFS](https://github.com/jvilk/BrowserFS) by [John Vilk](https://github.com/jvilk), an in-browser filesystem that emulates the Node JS filesystem API and supports storing and retrieving files from various backends.

It also utilizes [ES6-Promise](https://github.com/jakearchibald/es6-promise), a polyfill of the ES6 Promise API. Both are implemented and included without modification; consult these original repositories for information or verification.

# Some Open Issues #

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