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* Mono Hackers Hall Of Fame
Without the help, the skills and the time of many passionate developers outside of
the Ximian Mono team, Mono would not be where it is today.
Many of them do it for fun, some do it because they really want a nice CLR they
can hack on, some do it because they need a working solution to some development
issues and mono is the ideal tool for the job.
Some of them may start contributing because they want a mention in the
<b>Mono Hackers Hall Of Fame</b>! Whatever the cause, join us in a big<br>
<h1 align="center">Thank you!</h1>
* Mono Hackers
** John Luke
John Luke has touched many aspects of Mono, including the core
libraries, Gtk#, MonoDevelop, and Monodoc. His skills are apparent
from his work. He sets an example by writing documentation along with
his patches.
** Dan Morgan
Dan Morgan is an important contributor to the System.Data related
assemblies but their code and has contributions that have touched
plenty of areas in the Mono project as well as helping with the Win32
installers on the early Mono days.
** Tim Coleman
Tim Coleman contributions span System.Data and set the foundation for
some of the later work on System.Web.Services and has contributed all
around Mono.
** Todd Berman
Todd Berman is a steady contributor to Mono. He has worked
everywhere: from the Class Libraries, to the early implementation of
the GAC and most recently has lead the effort to develop, port and
maintain MonoDevelop an IDE for the Mono environment. His help has
been key to the development of Mono.
** Zoltan Varga
Zoltan has contributed significantly to Mono, with bug reports and bug
fixes as well as pushing the envelope of the things that can be done in
and with the mono runtime: the gcc-based ngen compiler, code coverage
and more recently his work with Reflection.Emit that got mono to the
point of running the IKVM Java virtual machine.
** Sergey Chaban
Sergey has been a long time contributor to the project, from the early
work on the class libraries that were critical to Mono's origin: every
time you use a Hashtable in Mono, it runs Sergey's code, to the
low-level optimizations on the JIT engine and to his work on ILASM and
the PEToolkit. And countless other things.
** Nick Drochak
The first, deserved, entry in the <b>Mono Hackers Hall Of Fame</b> is for
Nick Drochak, who joined us in the first days of Mono and built the testing
infrastructure for the C# assemblies, fixed tons of bugs and even adventured
himself in the lands of the C runtime. His work is invaluable for keeping
Mono on the right track through the daily changes in the codebase.
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