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Subject cvs commit: ant/xdocs contributors.xml
Date Tue, 26 Jul 2005 12:07:48 GMT
bodewig     2005/07/26 05:07:47

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  Remove blurb about work since i quit
  
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  @@ -183,123 +183,119 @@
           <a name="Active Members"></a>
           Active Members
         </h4>
  -                        <p>
  -                <b>Bruce Atherton</b> (bruce at callenish.com - <a href="http://www.callenish.com/~bruce">http://www.callenish.com/~bruce</a>)
  -<br />
  -Currently a Systems Architect with Avue Technologies, Bruce has been
  -working with Java since version 1.0a2. He also claims to be one of the first
  -people to mark up a FAQ with HTML, for a web browser of the distant past
  -called Cello.
  -            </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Stephane Bailliez</b><br />
  -            </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Matt Benson</b><br />
  -            </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Stefan Bodewig</b> (stefan.bodewig at freenet.de)
  -<br />
  -Stefan is a senior developer at BoST interactive, where he is mainly
  -responsible for a rule based configurator system. He spends some time
  -working on Open Source projects with Ant and Gump currently taking the
  -biggest share of it.  He is also serving as the Chairman of the Apache
  -Gump PMC.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Erik Hatcher</b> (ehatcher at apache.org)
  -<br />
  -Erik is the co-author of <a href="http://www.manning.com/hatcher">
  -Java Development with Ant</a> and speaks on Ant and other topics at
  -<a href="http://www.nofluffjuststuff.com">No Fluff, Just Stuff
  -symposiums</a> as well as other venues.  Erik is the President of
  -<a href="http://www.ehatchersolutions.com">eHatcher Solutions, Inc</a>.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Antoine Levy-Lambert</b> (antoine at apache.org)
  -<br />
  -Antoine is an IT consultant specialized in financial IT and
  -in application management/configuration management. He has experience with
  -conceiving, building and managing distributed applications. His consultancy
  -is called <a href="http://www.antbuild.com">antbuild</a>.
  -
  -            </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Steve Loughran</b><br />
  -            </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Conor MacNeill</b> (conor at cortexebusiness.com.au)
  -<br />
  -Conor is a senior developer at Cortex eBusiness, where he develops
  -J2EE based systems. In his spare time he helps with the development of
  -the Ant build tool.  He is also serving as the Chairman of this PMC.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Jan Matèrne</b> (jhm at apache.org)
  -<br />
  -Jan is consultant for OOA/D in the computer centre of the government
  -of Northrhine Westfalia / Germany. He is the co-author of
  -<a href="http://www.galileocomputing.de/katalog/buecher/titel/gp/titelID-341?">
  -Rational Rose und UML im Praxiseinsatz</a> the first German book about
  -that OOAD-tool. 
  -            </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Peter Reilly</b><br />
  -            </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>
  -                    <a href="http://www.intertwingly.net/">Sam Ruby</a>
  -                </b>
  -                (rubys at us.ibm.com)
  -<br />
  -Sam takes a perverse pleasure in integrating disparate things.  He is
  -a member of the <a href="http://www.php.net/credits.php">PHP group</a>, Apache
  -<a href="http://xml.apache.org/whoweare.html">XML PMC</a>, Apache
  -sponsor for the <a href="http://xml.apache.org/soap">xml-soap</a> subproject
  -and convener of <a href="http://www.ecma.ch">ECMA</a> TC39 TG3.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Magesh Umasankar</b> (umagesh at apache.org)
  -<br />
  -Magesh is a lead software developer at
  -<a href="http://www.manugistics.com">Manugistics</a>, where
  -he is responsible for some of the Revenue Optimization
  -solutions.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Christoph Wilhelms</b> (christoph.wilhelms at t-online.de)
  -<br />
  -Christoph works as software engineer at the world's biggest travel company
  -<a href="http://www.tui.com">TUI</a>. His passion are all UI related things
so
  -at the Ant-Project he takes care of Antidote - the Ant GUI.
  +                        <p>
  +                <b>Bruce Atherton</b> (bruce at callenish.com - <a href="http://www.callenish.com/~bruce">http://www.callenish.com/~bruce</a>)
  +<br />
  +Currently a Systems Architect with Avue Technologies, Bruce has been
  +working with Java since version 1.0a2. He also claims to be one of the first
  +people to mark up a FAQ with HTML, for a web browser of the distant past
  +called Cello.
  +            </p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Stephane Bailliez</b><br />
  +            </p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Matt Benson</b><br />
  +            </p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Stefan Bodewig</b> (stefan.bodewig at freenet.de -
  +          <a href="http://stefan.samaflost.de/">http://stefan.samaflost.de/</a>&gt;)
  +<br />
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Erik Hatcher</b> (ehatcher at apache.org)
  +<br />
  +Erik is the co-author of <a href="http://www.manning.com/hatcher">
  +Java Development with Ant</a> and speaks on Ant and other topics at
  +<a href="http://www.nofluffjuststuff.com">No Fluff, Just Stuff
  +symposiums</a> as well as other venues.  Erik is the President of
  +<a href="http://www.ehatchersolutions.com">eHatcher Solutions, Inc</a>.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Antoine Levy-Lambert</b> (antoine at apache.org)
  +<br />
  +Antoine is an IT consultant specialized in financial IT and
  +in application management/configuration management. He has experience with
  +conceiving, building and managing distributed applications. His consultancy
  +is called <a href="http://www.antbuild.com">antbuild</a>.
  +
  +            </p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Steve Loughran</b><br />
  +            </p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Conor MacNeill</b> (conor at cortexebusiness.com.au)
  +<br />
  +Conor is a senior developer at Cortex eBusiness, where he develops
  +J2EE based systems. In his spare time he helps with the development of
  +the Ant build tool.  He is also serving as the Chairman of this PMC.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Jan Matèrne</b> (jhm at apache.org)
  +<br />
  +Jan is consultant for OOA/D in the computer centre of the government
  +of Northrhine Westfalia / Germany. He is the co-author of
  +<a href="http://www.galileocomputing.de/katalog/buecher/titel/gp/titelID-341?">
  +Rational Rose und UML im Praxiseinsatz</a> the first German book about
  +that OOAD-tool. 
  +            </p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Peter Reilly</b><br />
  +            </p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>
  +                    <a href="http://www.intertwingly.net/">Sam Ruby</a>
  +                </b>
  +                (rubys at us.ibm.com)
  +<br />
  +Sam takes a perverse pleasure in integrating disparate things.  He is
  +a member of the <a href="http://www.php.net/credits.php">PHP group</a>, Apache
  +<a href="http://xml.apache.org/whoweare.html">XML PMC</a>, Apache
  +sponsor for the <a href="http://xml.apache.org/soap">xml-soap</a> subproject
  +and convener of <a href="http://www.ecma.ch">ECMA</a> TC39 TG3.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Magesh Umasankar</b> (umagesh at apache.org)
  +<br />
  +Magesh is a lead software developer at
  +<a href="http://www.manugistics.com">Manugistics</a>, where
  +he is responsible for some of the Revenue Optimization
  +solutions.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Christoph Wilhelms</b> (christoph.wilhelms at t-online.de)
  +<br />
  +Christoph works as software engineer at the world's biggest travel company
  +<a href="http://www.tui.com">TUI</a>. His passion are all UI related things
so
  +at the Ant-Project he takes care of Antidote - the Ant GUI.
               </p>
                                                             <h4 class="subsection">
           <a name="Emeritus Members"></a>
           Emeritus Members
         </h4>
  -                        <p>
  -                <b>James Duncan Davidson</b> (duncan at x180.net - <a href="http://x180.net/">http://x180.net/</a>)
  -<br />
  -
  -By day, Duncan works in the Open Source Program Office at Sun
  -Microsystems where he helps various Open Source efforts within Sun
  -"do the right thing". Previously at Sun he was responsible
  -for the Servlet API Specifications 2.1 and 2.2 as well as the Java API
  -for XML Parsing 1.0 and was the original author of Tomcat and Ant. He
  -was one of the rabble-rousers within Sun that helped make the Jakarta
  -Project a reality and served as the first Chairman of the Jakarta PMC.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Diane Holt</b><br />
  +                        <p>
  +                <b>James Duncan Davidson</b> (duncan at x180.net - <a href="http://x180.net/">http://x180.net/</a>)
  +<br />
  +
  +By day, Duncan works in the Open Source Program Office at Sun
  +Microsystems where he helps various Open Source efforts within Sun
  +"do the right thing". Previously at Sun he was responsible
  +for the Servlet API Specifications 2.1 and 2.2 as well as the Java API
  +for XML Parsing 1.0 and was the original author of Tomcat and Ant. He
  +was one of the rabble-rousers within Sun that helped make the Jakarta
  +Project a reality and served as the first Chairman of the Jakarta PMC.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Diane Holt</b><br />
               </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Donald Leslie</b><br />
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Donald Leslie</b><br />
               </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Costin Monolache</b><br />
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Costin Monolache</b><br />
               </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Jon Skeet</b><br />
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Jon Skeet</b><br />
               </p>
                                               <h3 class="section">
         <a name="Committers"></a>
  @@ -309,197 +305,197 @@
           <a name="Active Committers"></a>
           Active Committers
         </h4>
  -                        <p>
  -                <b>Steve Cohen</b>
  +                        <p>
  +                <b>Steve Cohen</b>
               </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Dominique Devienne</b> (ddevienne at apache.org)
  -<br />
  -Dominique has been involved non-stop with the Ant user community since
  -the 1.4 days, trying without success to answer posts as well or as often
  -as Diane Holt after she left the user list. He is opinionated (to a fault
  -sometimes), but always striving for the best possible design. Dominique
  -currently works for <a href="http://www.lgc.com">Landmark Graphics</a>.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Jose Alberto Fernandez</b>
  -            </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Jesse Glick</b> (jesse dot glick at sun dot com)
  -<br />
  -Jesse has been using Java since 1998 and joined Sun Microsystems as
  -part of the company that produced the NetBeans IDE. After discovering
  -Ant in the 1.2 days, he wrote most of NetBeans' Ant integration.
  -Recently he has worked on the NetBeans 4.0 project system, based heavily
  -on Ant as a build tool.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Martijn (J.M.) Kruithof</b> (ant at kruithof xs4all nl)
  -<br />
  -Martijn Kruithof is a system engineer working with and on Java products 
  -in a telecommunication network setting.
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Dominique Devienne</b> (ddevienne at apache.org)
  +<br />
  +Dominique has been involved non-stop with the Ant user community since
  +the 1.4 days, trying without success to answer posts as well or as often
  +as Diane Holt after she left the user list. He is opinionated (to a fault
  +sometimes), but always striving for the best possible design. Dominique
  +currently works for <a href="http://www.lgc.com">Landmark Graphics</a>.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Jose Alberto Fernandez</b>
  +            </p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Jesse Glick</b> (jesse dot glick at sun dot com)
  +<br />
  +Jesse has been using Java since 1998 and joined Sun Microsystems as
  +part of the company that produced the NetBeans IDE. After discovering
  +Ant in the 1.2 days, he wrote most of NetBeans' Ant integration.
  +Recently he has worked on the NetBeans 4.0 project system, based heavily
  +on Ant as a build tool.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Martijn (J.M.) Kruithof</b> (ant at kruithof xs4all nl)
  +<br />
  +Martijn Kruithof is a system engineer working with and on Java products 
  +in a telecommunication network setting.
   </p>
  -                                <p>
  -   <b>Alexey Solofnenko</b> (trelony at gmail.com)<br />
  +                                <p>
  +   <b>Alexey Solofnenko</b> (trelony at gmail.com)<br />
   </p>
                                                             <h4 class="subsection">
           <a name="Emeritus Committers"></a>
           Emeritus Committers
         </h4>
  -                        <p>
  -                <b>Preston Bannister</b><br />
  +                        <p>
  +                <b>Preston Bannister</b><br />
               </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Nick Davis</b><br />
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Nick Davis</b><br />
               </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Darrell DeBoer</b><br />
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Darrell DeBoer</b><br />
               </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Peter Donald</b> (peter at apache.org)
  -<br />
  -
  -Peter is an avid java developer who is active in the
  -<a href="http://jakarta.apache.org/avalon/">Avalon</a> and
  -<a href="http://ant.apache.org/">Ant</a> projects.
  -In his spare time he develops a distributed virtual environment
  -(ie military simulator or 3D game) using java technologies.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Danno Ferrin</b> (shemnon at yahoo.com)
  -<br />
  -Danno has been programming in Java since Summer 96. Danno wrote a JSP
  -engine on his own and released it the very same day Jakarta was
  -announced at JavaOne. Since then, he decided to join the Jakarta
  -project in a spirit of co-operation over competition.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Simeon H.K. Fitch</b> (simeon.fitch at mseedsoft.com)
  -<br />
  -Simeon is owner of Mustard Seed Software, which specializes in developing
  -distributed applications and user interfaces for the science, engineering,
  -and research oriented clients. He is the lead architect and developer for
  -Antidote, the GUI for Ant.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Thomas Haas</b> (tha at whitestein.com)
  -<br />
  -Tom is interested in distributed systems, Java middleware and worked on an
  -implementation of the JMS specification. At Whitestein Technologies he is
  -working on bringing software agent technology and J2EE together.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -
  -                <b>Jason Hunter</b> (jh at servlets.com)
  -<br />
  -Jason is author of "Java Servlet Programming" (O'Reilly) and publisher
  -of <a href="http://www.servlets.com/">http://www.servlets.com/</a>.
  -He works at <a href="http://www.collab.net">CollabNet</a>.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Justyna Horwat</b> (horwat at apache.org)
  -<br />
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Arun Jamwal</b>
  -<br />
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Arnout J. Kuiper</b> (ajkuiper at planet.nl)
  -<br />
  -
  -Arnout J. Kuiper is a Java Architect with the Sun Java Center at Sun
  -Microsystems. His main focus is web-related technologies on the Java
  -platform (J2EE, XML, ...).
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Stefano Mazzocchi</b> (stefano at apache.org)
  -<br />
  -Stefano is addicted to software design, Java programming and
  -open development. In the last 4 years, he has contributed way too much
  -time to Apache, expecially on JServ, JMeter, Avalon, JAMES, Ant, Cocoon
  -and helping to bring more projects into Apache-land, such as FOP, Batik,
  -POI and Xindice. The problem is that he's too picky to be satisfied :-)
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Glenn McAllister</b> (glenn at somanetworks.com)
  -<br />
  -Glenn McAllister is a software developer at SOMA Networks, was formerly
  -the same at IBM (plus tech writer plus build guy), and does some writing
  -on the side for the VADD Technical Journal.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Craig McClanahan</b> (Craig.McClanahan at eng.sun.com)
  -<br />
  -Craig was involved in the Apache JServ project, focused on implementing
  -a next generation architecture and feature set for the core servlet
  -engine.  He has recently joined Sun as technical lead for the servlet
  -and JSP reference implementation.
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Peter Donald</b> (peter at apache.org)
  +<br />
  +
  +Peter is an avid java developer who is active in the
  +<a href="http://jakarta.apache.org/avalon/">Avalon</a> and
  +<a href="http://ant.apache.org/">Ant</a> projects.
  +In his spare time he develops a distributed virtual environment
  +(ie military simulator or 3D game) using java technologies.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Danno Ferrin</b> (shemnon at yahoo.com)
  +<br />
  +Danno has been programming in Java since Summer 96. Danno wrote a JSP
  +engine on his own and released it the very same day Jakarta was
  +announced at JavaOne. Since then, he decided to join the Jakarta
  +project in a spirit of co-operation over competition.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Simeon H.K. Fitch</b> (simeon.fitch at mseedsoft.com)
  +<br />
  +Simeon is owner of Mustard Seed Software, which specializes in developing
  +distributed applications and user interfaces for the science, engineering,
  +and research oriented clients. He is the lead architect and developer for
  +Antidote, the GUI for Ant.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Thomas Haas</b> (tha at whitestein.com)
  +<br />
  +Tom is interested in distributed systems, Java middleware and worked on an
  +implementation of the JMS specification. At Whitestein Technologies he is
  +working on bringing software agent technology and J2EE together.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +
  +                <b>Jason Hunter</b> (jh at servlets.com)
  +<br />
  +Jason is author of "Java Servlet Programming" (O'Reilly) and publisher
  +of <a href="http://www.servlets.com/">http://www.servlets.com/</a>.
  +He works at <a href="http://www.collab.net">CollabNet</a>.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Justyna Horwat</b> (horwat at apache.org)
  +<br />
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Arun Jamwal</b>
  +<br />
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Arnout J. Kuiper</b> (ajkuiper at planet.nl)
  +<br />
  +
  +Arnout J. Kuiper is a Java Architect with the Sun Java Center at Sun
  +Microsystems. His main focus is web-related technologies on the Java
  +platform (J2EE, XML, ...).
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Stefano Mazzocchi</b> (stefano at apache.org)
  +<br />
  +Stefano is addicted to software design, Java programming and
  +open development. In the last 4 years, he has contributed way too much
  +time to Apache, expecially on JServ, JMeter, Avalon, JAMES, Ant, Cocoon
  +and helping to bring more projects into Apache-land, such as FOP, Batik,
  +POI and Xindice. The problem is that he's too picky to be satisfied :-)
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Glenn McAllister</b> (glenn at somanetworks.com)
  +<br />
  +Glenn McAllister is a software developer at SOMA Networks, was formerly
  +the same at IBM (plus tech writer plus build guy), and does some writing
  +on the side for the VADD Technical Journal.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Craig McClanahan</b> (Craig.McClanahan at eng.sun.com)
  +<br />
  +Craig was involved in the Apache JServ project, focused on implementing
  +a next generation architecture and feature set for the core servlet
  +engine.  He has recently joined Sun as technical lead for the servlet
  +and JSP reference implementation.
             </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Adam Murdoch</b>
  -<br />
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Harish Prabhandham</b> (harishp at onebox.com)
  -<br />
  -Harish is an engineer with the J2EE team at Sun, primarily responsible
  -for implementing security in the J2EE Reference Implementation
  -(RI). He integrated various technologies including servlet/JSP
  -implementations from Tomcat into the J2EE RI. These days, he hacks PHP
  -code during the day.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Nico Seessle</b><br />
  -            </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Gal Shachor</b> (shachor at il.ibm.com)
  -<br />
  -Gal Shachor is a research staff member at IBM. He wrote his first
  -Servlet container (ServletExpress) at the beginning of 1997. Later on
  -ServletExpress (and Gal) merged into WebSphere, and Gal participated
  -in the development of WebSphere 1, 2 and 3.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Jon S. Stevens</b> (jon at collab.net)
  -<br />
  -
  -Jon is a Co-Founder of <a href="http://www.clearink.com/">Clear Ink
  -Corp</a> and recently left to work on <a href="http://scarab.tigris.org/">Scarab</a>
a next generation Open
  -Source Java Servlet based Issue/Bug tracking system for <a href="http://www.collab.net/">CollabNet</a>.
He is an active developer
  -of the <a href="http://java.apache.org/jserv/">Apache JServ Servlet
  -Engine</a> for the Apache Web Server and Co-Author of the <a href="http://java.apache.org/ecs/">Element
Construction Set</a> as
  -well as the web application framework, <a href="http://java.apache.org/turbine/">Turbine</a>.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Jesse Stockall</b><br />
  -            </p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>James Todd</b> (jwtodd at pacbell.net)
  -<br />
  -James has developed real time customer oriented apps for roughly 10
  -years the last 5 of which have predominately been fully integrated,
  -front and back, extraNet implementations which have been based on
  -Apache, Java and Tcl.
  -</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Anil Vijendran</b> (akv at eng.sun.com)
  -<br />
  -Anil Vijendran is the principal developer of the JSP engine in
  -Tomcat. He's done some pretty scary things in his past life --
  -implementing the CORBA IDL to C++ 2.0 mapping, skydiving, IDL to Java
  -compilers, Object Databases (SIGSEV, you da man!) for C++, Java ORB
  -and EJB runtime environments -- in that order.
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Adam Murdoch</b>
  +<br />
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Harish Prabhandham</b> (harishp at onebox.com)
  +<br />
  +Harish is an engineer with the J2EE team at Sun, primarily responsible
  +for implementing security in the J2EE Reference Implementation
  +(RI). He integrated various technologies including servlet/JSP
  +implementations from Tomcat into the J2EE RI. These days, he hacks PHP
  +code during the day.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Nico Seessle</b><br />
  +            </p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Gal Shachor</b> (shachor at il.ibm.com)
  +<br />
  +Gal Shachor is a research staff member at IBM. He wrote his first
  +Servlet container (ServletExpress) at the beginning of 1997. Later on
  +ServletExpress (and Gal) merged into WebSphere, and Gal participated
  +in the development of WebSphere 1, 2 and 3.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Jon S. Stevens</b> (jon at collab.net)
  +<br />
  +
  +Jon is a Co-Founder of <a href="http://www.clearink.com/">Clear Ink
  +Corp</a> and recently left to work on <a href="http://scarab.tigris.org/">Scarab</a>
a next generation Open
  +Source Java Servlet based Issue/Bug tracking system for <a href="http://www.collab.net/">CollabNet</a>.
He is an active developer
  +of the <a href="http://java.apache.org/jserv/">Apache JServ Servlet
  +Engine</a> for the Apache Web Server and Co-Author of the <a href="http://java.apache.org/ecs/">Element
Construction Set</a> as
  +well as the web application framework, <a href="http://java.apache.org/turbine/">Turbine</a>.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Jesse Stockall</b><br />
  +            </p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>James Todd</b> (jwtodd at pacbell.net)
  +<br />
  +James has developed real time customer oriented apps for roughly 10
  +years the last 5 of which have predominately been fully integrated,
  +front and back, extraNet implementations which have been based on
  +Apache, Java and Tcl.
  +</p>
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Anil Vijendran</b> (akv at eng.sun.com)
  +<br />
  +Anil Vijendran is the principal developer of the JSP engine in
  +Tomcat. He's done some pretty scary things in his past life --
  +implementing the CORBA IDL to C++ 2.0 mapping, skydiving, IDL to Java
  +compilers, Object Databases (SIGSEV, you da man!) for C++, Java ORB
  +and EJB runtime environments -- in that order.
   </p>
                                               <h3 class="section">
         <a name="Logo"></a>
         Logo
       </h3>
  -                        <p>Ant's logo is the result of a logo contest, it has been
  +                        <p>Ant's logo is the result of a logo contest, it has been
           designed by</p>
  -                                <p>
  -                <b>Nick King</b>
  -<br />
  +                                <p>
  +                <b>Nick King</b>
  +<br />
   </p>
                   
       </div>
  
  
  
  1.37      +6 -6      ant/docs/cvs.html
  
  Index: cvs.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/ant/docs/cvs.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.36
  retrieving revision 1.37
  diff -u -r1.36 -r1.37
  --- cvs.html	15 Jul 2005 18:57:19 -0000	1.36
  +++ cvs.html	26 Jul 2005 12:07:47 -0000	1.37
  @@ -179,8 +179,8 @@
         <a name="Access the Source Tree (AnonCVS)"></a>
         Access the Source Tree (AnonCVS)
       </h3>
  -                        <p>Anyone can checkout source code from our anonymous CVS
  -      server. To do so, simply use the following commands (if you are
  +                        <p>Anyone can checkout source code from our anonymous CVS
  +      server. To do so, simply use the following commands (if you are
         using a GUI CVS client, configure it appropriatly):</p>
                                   <pre class="code">
   cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.apache.org:/home/cvspublic login
  @@ -188,12 +188,12 @@
                                   <pre class="code">
   cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.apache.org:/home/cvspublic checkout [module-name]</pre>
                                   <p>Modules available for access are:</p>
  -                                <ul>
  -        <li>ant - The "main" Ant module.</li>
  +                                <ul>
  +        <li>ant - The "main" Ant module.</li>
         </ul>
  -                                <p>If you are not familiar with CVS, <a href="http://jakarta.apache.org/site/cvsindex.html">Jakarta's
  +                                <p>If you are not familiar with CVS, <a href="http://jakarta.apache.org/site/cvsindex.html">Jakarta's
         CVS page</a> may hold many helpful hints.</p>
  -                                <p>Nightly snapshots of the CVS tree are available
at 
  +                                <p>Nightly snapshots of the CVS tree are available
at 
           <a href="http://cvs.apache.org/snapshots/ant/">http://cvs.apache.org/snapshots/ant/</a>.</p>
                   
       </div>
  
  
  
  1.41      +2 -6      ant/xdocs/contributors.xml
  
  Index: contributors.xml
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/ant/xdocs/contributors.xml,v
  retrieving revision 1.40
  retrieving revision 1.41
  diff -u -r1.40 -r1.41
  --- contributors.xml	30 Apr 2005 02:31:56 -0000	1.40
  +++ contributors.xml	26 Jul 2005 12:07:47 -0000	1.41
  @@ -43,13 +43,9 @@
               </p>
   
               <p>
  -                <b>Stefan Bodewig</b> (stefan.bodewig at freenet.de)
  +                <b>Stefan Bodewig</b> (stefan.bodewig at freenet.de -
  +          <a href="http://stefan.samaflost.de/">http://stefan.samaflost.de/</a>>)
   <br/>
  -Stefan is a senior developer at BoST interactive, where he is mainly
  -responsible for a rule based configurator system. He spends some time
  -working on Open Source projects with Ant and Gump currently taking the
  -biggest share of it.  He is also serving as the Chairman of the Apache
  -Gump PMC.
   </p>
   
               <p>
  
  
  

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