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Fixed my terribly outdated profile in committers.txt in celebration o…

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@@ -31,6 +31,7 @@ The PRIMARY AUTHORS are (and/or have been):
* Claude Paroz
* Anssi Kääriäinen
* Florian Apolloner
+ * Jeremy Dunck
More information on the main contributors to Django can be found in
@@ -167,7 +168,6 @@ answer newbie questions, and generally made Django that much better:
dready <>
Maximillian Dornseif <>
Daniel Duan <>
- Jeremy Dunck <>
Andrew Durdin <>
Andy Dustman <>
24 docs/internals/committers.txt
@@ -379,6 +379,20 @@ Florian Apolloner
.. _Graz University of Technology:
.. _Ubuntuusers webteam:
+Jeremy Dunck
+ Jeremy was rescued from corporate IT drudgery by Free Software and, in part,
+ Django. Many of Jeremy's interests center around access to information.
+ Jeremy was the lead developer of Pegasus News, one of the first uses of
+ Django outside World Online, and has since joined Votizen, a startup intent
+ on reducing the influence of money in politics.
+ He serves as DSF Secretary, organizes and helps organize sprints, cares
+ about the health and equity of the Django community. He has gone an
+ embarrassingly long time without a working blog.
+ Jeremy lives in Mountain View, CA, USA.
@@ -403,16 +417,6 @@ Ian Kelly
Matt Boersma
Matt is also responsible for Django's Oracle support.
-Jeremy Dunck
- Jeremy is the lead developer of Pegasus News, a personalized local site based
- in Dallas, Texas. An early contributor to Greasemonkey and Django, he sees
- technology as a tool for communication and access to knowledge.
- Jeremy helped kick off GeoDjango development, and is mostly responsible for
- the serious speed improvements that signals received in Django 1.0.
- Jeremy lives in Dallas, Texas, USA.
`Simon Meers`_
Simon discovered Django 0.96 during his Computer Science PhD research and
has been developing with it full-time ever since. His core code

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