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Acknowledgements

Appendix B. Acknowledgements

 

As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.

 Proverbs 27:17 (NIV)

My thanks to the following people who kept me honest by sending me emails noting errors, suggesting areas to cover, asking questions, and so on. Where email addresses are included, they've been shrouded by prepending my ``thanks.'' so bulk emailers won't easily get these addresses; inclusion of people in this list is not an authorization to send unsolicited bulk email to them.

  • Neil Brown (thanks.neilb@cse.unsw.edu.au)

  • Martin Douda (thanks.mad@students.zcu.cz)

  • Jorge Godoy

  • Scott Ingram (thanks.scott@silver.jhuapl.edu)

  • Michael Kerrisk

  • Doug Kilpatrick

  • John Levon (levon@movementarian.org)

  • Ryan McCabe (thanks.odin@numb.org)

  • Paul Millar (thanks.paulm@astro.gla.ac.uk)

  • Chuck Phillips (thanks.cdp@peakpeak.com)

  • Martin Pool (thanks.mbp@humbug.org.au)

  • Eric S. Raymond (thanks.esr@snark.thyrsus.com)

  • Marc Welz

  • Eric Werme (thanks.werme@alpha.zk3.dec.com)

If you want to be on this list, please send me a constructive suggestion at dwheeler@dwheeler.com. If you send me a constructive suggestion, but do not want credit, please let me know that when you send your suggestion, comment, or criticism; normally I expect that people want credit, and I want to give them that credit. My current process is to add contributor names to this list in the document, with more detailed explanation of their comment in the ChangeLog for this document (available on-line). Note that although these people have sent in ideas, the actual text is my own, so don't blame them for any errors that may remain. Instead, please send me another constructive suggestion.

    
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