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Reorganize committers list chronologically.

This completes the removal of the distinction between core devs and
specialists.

Patch by Simon Meers.
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Aymeric Augustin authored May 18, 2013
13  AUTHORS
@@ -12,18 +12,25 @@ The PRIMARY AUTHORS are (and/or have been):
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     * Luke Plant
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     * Russell Keith-Magee
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     * Robert Wittams
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+    * James Bennett
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     * Gary Wilson
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+    * Matt Boersma
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+    * Ian Kelly
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+    * Joseph Kocherhans
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     * Brian Rosner
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     * Justin Bronn
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     * Karen Tracey
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     * Jannis Leidel
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     * James Tauber
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     * Alex Gaynor
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+    * Simon Meers
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     * Andrew Godwin
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     * Carl Meyer
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     * Ramiro Morales
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+    * Gabriel Hurley
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     * Chris Beaven
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     * Honza Král
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+    * Tim Graham
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     * Idan Gazit
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     * Paul McMillan
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     * Julien Phalip
@@ -36,6 +43,7 @@ The PRIMARY AUTHORS are (and/or have been):
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     * Preston Holmes
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     * Simon Charette
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     * Donald Stufft
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+    * Daniel Lindsley
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     * Marc Tamlyn
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 More information on the main contributors to Django can be found in
@@ -91,7 +99,6 @@ answer newbie questions, and generally made Django that much better:
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     Shannon -jj Behrens <http://jjinux.blogspot.com/>
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     Esdras Beleza <linux@esdrasbeleza.com>
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     Chris Bennett <chrisrbennett@yahoo.com>
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-    James Bennett
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     Danilo Bargen
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     Shai Berger <shai@platonix.com>
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     berto
@@ -104,7 +111,6 @@ answer newbie questions, and generally made Django that much better:
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     Simon Blanchard
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     Craig Blaszczyk <masterjakul@gmail.com>
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     David Blewett <david@dawninglight.net>
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-    Matt Boersma <matt@sprout.org>
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     Artem Gnilov <boobsd@gmail.com>
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     Matías Bordese
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     Nate Bragg <jonathan.bragg@alum.rpi.edu>
@@ -278,7 +284,6 @@ answer newbie questions, and generally made Django that much better:
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     Rob Hudson <http://rob.cogit8.org/>
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     Jason Huggins <http://www.jrandolph.com/blog/>
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     Jeff Hui <jeffkhui@gmail.com>
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-    Gabriel Hurley <gabriel@strikeawe.com>
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     Hyun Mi Ae
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     Ibon <ibonso@gmail.com>
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     Tom Insam
@@ -327,7 +332,6 @@ answer newbie questions, and generally made Django that much better:
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     Meir Kriheli <http://mksoft.co.il/>
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     Bruce Kroeze <http://coderseye.com/>
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     krzysiek.pawlik@silvermedia.pl
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-    Joseph Kocherhans
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     konrad@gwu.edu
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     knox <christobzr@gmail.com>
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     David Krauth
@@ -360,7 +364,6 @@ answer newbie questions, and generally made Django that much better:
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     limodou
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     Philip Lindborg <philip.lindborg@gmail.com>
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     Simon Litchfield <simon@quo.com.au>
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-    Daniel Lindsley <daniel@toastdriven.com>
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     Trey Long <trey@ktrl.com>
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     Laurent Luce <http://www.laurentluce.com>
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     Martin Mahner <http://www.mahner.org/>
187  docs/internals/committers.txt
@@ -88,6 +88,23 @@ Malcolm Tredinnick
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     *Malcolm passed away on March 17, 2013.*
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+`Luke Plant`_
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+    At University Luke studied physics and Materials Science and also
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+    met `Michael Meeks`_ who introduced him to Linux and Open Source,
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+    re-igniting an interest in programming.  Since then he has
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+    contributed to a number of Open Source projects and worked
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+    professionally as a developer.
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+
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+    Luke has contributed many excellent improvements to Django,
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+    including database-level improvements, the CSRF middleware and
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+    many unit tests.
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+
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+    Luke currently works for a church in Bradford, UK, and part-time
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+    as a freelance developer.
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+
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+.. _luke plant: http://lukeplant.me.uk/
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+.. _michael meeks: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Meeks_(software)
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+
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 `Russell Keith-Magee`_
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     Russell studied physics as an undergraduate, and studied neural networks for
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     his PhD. His first job was with a startup in the defense industry developing
@@ -102,6 +119,42 @@ Malcolm Tredinnick
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 .. _russell keith-magee: http://cecinestpasun.com/
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+`James Bennett`_
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+    James is Django's release manager, and also contributes to the
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+    documentation and provide the occasional bugfix.
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+
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+    James came to Web development from philosophy when he discovered
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+    that programmers get to argue just as much while collecting much
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+    better pay. He lives in Lawrence, Kansas and previously worked at
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+    World Online; currently, he's part of the Web development team at
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+    Mozilla.
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+
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+    He `keeps a blog`_, and enjoys fine port and talking to his car.
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+
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+.. _james bennett: http://b-list.org/
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+.. _keeps a blog: `james bennett`_
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+
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+`Gary Wilson`_
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+    Gary starting contributing patches to Django in 2006 while developing Web
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+    applications for `The University of Texas`_ (UT).  Since, he has made
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+    contributions to the email and forms systems, as well as many other
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+    improvements and code cleanups throughout the code base.
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+
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+    Gary is currently a developer and software engineering graduate student at
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+    UT, where his dedication to spreading the ways of Python and Django never
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+    ceases.
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+
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+    Gary lives in Austin, Texas, USA.
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+
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+.. _Gary Wilson: http://thegarywilson.com/
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+.. _The University of Texas: http://www.utexas.edu/
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+
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+Matt Boersma
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+    Matt is responsible for Django's Oracle support.
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+
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+Ian Kelly
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+    Ian is also responsible for Django's support for Oracle.
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+
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 Joseph Kocherhans
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     Joseph was the director of lead development at EveryBlock and previously
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     developed at the Lawrence Journal-World. He is treasurer of the `Django
@@ -119,23 +172,6 @@ Joseph Kocherhans
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 .. _django software foundation: https://www.djangoproject.com/foundation/
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 .. _charango: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charango
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-`Luke Plant`_
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-    At University Luke studied physics and Materials Science and also
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-    met `Michael Meeks`_ who introduced him to Linux and Open Source,
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-    re-igniting an interest in programming.  Since then he has
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-    contributed to a number of Open Source projects and worked
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-    professionally as a developer.
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-
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-    Luke has contributed many excellent improvements to Django,
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-    including database-level improvements, the CSRF middleware and
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-    many unit tests.
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-
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-    Luke currently works for a church in Bradford, UK, and part-time
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-    as a freelance developer.
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-
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-.. _luke plant: http://lukeplant.me.uk/
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-.. _michael meeks: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Meeks_(software)
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-
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 `Brian Rosner`_
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     Brian is currently the tech lead at Eldarion_ managing and developing
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     Django / Pinax_ based Web sites. He enjoys learning more about programming
@@ -153,21 +189,6 @@ Joseph Kocherhans
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 .. _django dose: http://djangodose.com/
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 .. _pinax: http://pinaxproject.com/
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-`Gary Wilson`_
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-    Gary starting contributing patches to Django in 2006 while developing Web
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-    applications for `The University of Texas`_ (UT).  Since, he has made
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-    contributions to the email and forms systems, as well as many other
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-    improvements and code cleanups throughout the code base.
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-
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-    Gary is currently a developer and software engineering graduate student at
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-    UT, where his dedication to spreading the ways of Python and Django never
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-    ceases.
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-
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-    Gary lives in Austin, Texas, USA.
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-
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-.. _Gary Wilson: http://thegarywilson.com/
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-.. _The University of Texas: http://www.utexas.edu/
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-
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 Justin Bronn
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     Justin Bronn is a computer scientist and attorney specializing
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     in legal topics related to intellectual property and spatial law.
@@ -232,6 +253,15 @@ Karen Tracey
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 .. _Alex Gaynor: http://alexgaynor.net
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 .. _Rdio: http://rdio.com
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+`Simon Meers`_
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+    Simon discovered Django 0.96 during his Computer Science PhD research and
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+    has been developing with it full-time ever since. His core code
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+    contributions are mostly in Django's admin application.
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+
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+    Simon works as a freelance developer based in Wollongong, Australia.
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+
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+.. _Simon Meers: http://simonmeers.com/
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+
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 `Andrew Godwin`_
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     Andrew is a freelance Python developer and tinkerer, and has been
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     developing against Django since 2007. He graduated from Oxford University
@@ -265,6 +295,18 @@ Ramiro Morales
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     Ramiro lives in Córdoba, Argentina.
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+`Gabriel Hurley`_
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+    Gabriel has been working with Django since 2008, shortly after the 1.0
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+    release. Convinced by his business partner that Python and Django were the
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+    right direction for the company, he couldn't have been more happy with the
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+    decision. His contributions range across many areas in Django, but years of
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+    copy-editing and an eye for detail lead him to be particularly at home
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+    while working on Django's documentation.
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+
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+    Gabriel works as a web developer in Berkeley, CA, USA.
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+
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+.. _gabriel hurley: http://strikeawe.com/
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+
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 `Chris Beaven`_
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     Chris has been submitting patches and suggesting crazy ideas for Django
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     since early 2006. An advocate for community involvement and a long-term
@@ -290,6 +332,13 @@ Honza Král
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 .. _Whiskey Media: http://www.whiskeymedia.com/
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+Tim Graham
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+    When exploring Web frameworks for an independent study project in the fall
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+    of 2008, Tim discovered Django and was lured to it by the documentation.
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+    He enjoys contributing to the docs because they're awesome.
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+
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+    Tim works as a software engineer and lives in Philadelphia, PA, USA.
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+
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 `Idan Gazit`_
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     As a self-professed design geek, Idan was initially attracted to Django
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     sometime between magic-removal and queryset-refactor. Formally trained
@@ -439,6 +488,18 @@ Jeremy Dunck
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 .. _Ultimate Frisbee: http://www.montrealultimate.ca
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 .. _Reptiletech: http://www.reptiletech.com
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+Donald Stufft
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+    Donald found Python and Django in 2007 while trying to find a language,
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+    and web framework that he really enjoyed using after many years of PHP. He
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+    fell in love with the beauty of Python and the way Django made tasks simple
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+    and easy. His contributions to Django focus primarily on ensuring that it
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+    is and remains a secure web framework.
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+
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+    Donald currently works at `Nebula Inc`_ as a Software Engineer for their
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+    security team and lives in the Greater Philadelphia Area.
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+
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+.. _Nebula Inc: https://www.nebula.com/
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+
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 `Daniel Lindsley`_
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     Pythonista since 2003, Djangonaut since 2006. Daniel started with Django
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     just after the v0.90 release (back when ``Manipulators`` looked good) & fell
@@ -453,56 +514,6 @@ Jeremy Dunck
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 .. _`Daniel Lindsley`: http://toastdriven.com/
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 .. _`Amazon Web Services`: https://aws.amazon.com/
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-`James Bennett`_
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-    James is Django's release manager, and also contributes to the
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-    documentation and provide the occasional bugfix.
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-
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-    James came to Web development from philosophy when he discovered
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-    that programmers get to argue just as much while collecting much
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-    better pay. He lives in Lawrence, Kansas and previously worked at
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-    World Online; currently, he's part of the Web development team at
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-    Mozilla.
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-
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-    He `keeps a blog`_, and enjoys fine port and talking to his car.
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-
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-.. _james bennett: http://b-list.org/
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-.. _keeps a blog: `james bennett`_
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-
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-Ian Kelly
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-    Ian is responsible for Django's support for Oracle.
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-
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-Matt Boersma
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-    Matt is also responsible for Django's Oracle support.
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-
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-`Simon Meers`_
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-    Simon discovered Django 0.96 during his Computer Science PhD research and
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-    has been developing with it full-time ever since. His core code
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-    contributions are mostly in Django's admin application. He is also helping
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-    to improve Django's documentation.
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-
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-    Simon works as a freelance developer based in Wollongong, Australia.
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-
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-.. _simon meers: http://simonmeers.com/
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-
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-`Gabriel Hurley`_
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-    Gabriel has been working with Django since 2008, shortly after the 1.0
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-    release. Convinced by his business partner that Python and Django were the
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-    right direction for the company, he couldn't have been more happy with the
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-    decision. His contributions range across many areas in Django, but years of
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-    copy-editing and an eye for detail lead him to be particularly at home
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-    while working on Django's documentation.
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-
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-    Gabriel works as a web developer in Berkeley, CA, USA.
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-
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-.. _gabriel hurley: http://strikeawe.com/
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-
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-Tim Graham
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-    When exploring Web frameworks for an independent study project in the fall
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-    of 2008, Tim discovered Django and was lured to it by the documentation.
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-    He enjoys contributing to the docs because they're awesome.
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-
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-    Tim works as a software engineer and lives in Philadelphia, PA, USA.
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-
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 Marc Tamlyn
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     Marc started life on the web using Django 1.2 back in 2010, and has never
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     looked back. He was involved with rewriting the class based view
@@ -515,18 +526,6 @@ Marc Tamlyn
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 .. _CCBV: http://ccbv.co.uk/
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 .. _Incuna Ltd: http://incuna.com/
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-Donald Stufft
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-    Donald found Python and Django in 2007 while trying to find a language,
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-    and web framework that he really enjoyed using after many years of PHP. He
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-    fell in love with the beauty of Python and the way Django made tasks simple
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-    and easy. His contributions to Django focus primarily on ensuring that it
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-    is and remains a secure web framework.
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-
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-    Donald currently works at `Nebula Inc`_ as a Software Engineer for their
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-    security team and lives in the Greater Philadelphia Area.
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-
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-.. _Nebula Inc: https://www.nebula.com/
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-
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 Developers Emeritus
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