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1.5: Acknowledgements and Copyright Notice

The FAQ is maintained by Stephen Griffiths (stevgrif "AT" actrix.gen.nz).

Many people have contributed to this document, so thanks to them. In particular, shiny stars to Jim Aikin, Adam Cadre, Volker Blasius, John Elliott, Julian Fleetwood, LucFrench, Stephen Granade, Neil K. Guy, Douglas Harter, John Hill, John Holder, Theodore Hwa, Jonadab the Unsightly One, Amir Karger, Stephen Kitt, Iain Merrick, Robin Munn, Graham Nelson, Chris Nebel, Bob Newell, Thomas Nilsson, Andrew Plotkin, Mike Roberts, Gunther Schmidl, Kent Tessman, Alex Warren, Roger Burton West, and John Wood, plus all the people I forgot to put here. Special thanks to Doug Harter for his efforts in scouring the newsgroup archives way back when (which sadly came to nought, but there you go), to Ivan Cockrum for providing webspace at textfire.com, and to Lorenzo Marcantonio for the FAQ's Italian translation.

Previous editions were maintained by David Glasser (glasser@iname.com), Julian Arnold (hippocampus@kwic.com), Jorn Barger (jorn@mcs.com) and David A. Graves (dag@cup.hp.com).

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