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From sde...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: logging-site/src/xdocs/site who-we-are.xml
Date Mon, 29 Dec 2003 08:30:07 GMT
sdeboy      2003/12/29 00:30:07

  Modified:    src/xdocs/site who-we-are.xml
  Log:
  Added bio
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.3       +191 -180  logging-site/src/xdocs/site/who-we-are.xml
  
  Index: who-we-are.xml
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/logging-site/src/xdocs/site/who-we-are.xml,v
  retrieving revision 1.2
  retrieving revision 1.3
  diff -u -r1.2 -r1.3
  --- who-we-are.xml	22 Dec 2003 20:47:46 -0000	1.2
  +++ who-we-are.xml	29 Dec 2003 08:30:07 -0000	1.3
  @@ -1,181 +1,192 @@
  -<?xml version="1.0"?>
  -<document>
  -
  -  <properties>
  -    <author email="ceki at apache dot org">Ceki Gulcu</author>
  -    <title>Mission Statement for the Logging Services Project</title>
  -  </properties>
  -
  -  <meta name="keywords" content="mission, mission statement logging services"/>
  -
  -
  -<body>
  -
  -  <h1>List of developers</h1>
  -       
  -
  -  <p>The software proposed by Logging Services project is the result
  -  of contributions from several dozen developers and hundreds of users
  -  across the globe. Some of the more prominent contributors are listed
  -  below in alphabetical order.
  -  </p>
  -
  -  <!-- ======================================== -->
  -  <!-- LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER (last name) -->
  -  <!-- ======================================== -->
  -
  -  <h1>PMC members</h1>
  -
  -  <ul>
  -  <li><b>Ceki G&#252;lc&#252;</b> 
  -
  -    <table>
  -    <tr><td> <p>Ceki is the founder the log4j project which continues
  -    to occupy much of his time. He enjoys writing software altough he
  -    is discovering that it is far more difficult than what it seems
  -    initially. He is also managing an <a href="http://www.qos.ch">IT
  -    services company</a>.</p></td> <td><img
  -    src="../images/ceki-72x101.gif"></img></td>
  -    </tr>
  -    </table>
  -  </li>
  -
  -  <li><b>Jacob Kjome</b> 
  -
  -     <p>Jacob Kjome has been developing software since 1997 and has
  -      been playing with Java for about 4 years.  Jake joined the log4j
  -      team after being very active on the user list and contributing
  -      servlet and repository selector related code to the
  -      logj-sandbox.  He is also a committer on the (non-Apache
  -      related) XMLC, BarracudaMVC, and Prevayler projects.  Of late
  -      his free time has been squeezed with a new job and his vigorous
  -      2 year old son, Nicholas, but he still tries to pitch in when he
  -      can. :-)
  -     </p>
  -  </li>
  -
  -  <li><b>Yoav Shapira</b> 
  -    <table>
  -      <tr><td>
  -    
  -      <p>Yoav Shapira works for Millennium Pharmaceuticals and is as
  -      interested in the business aspects of Open-Source Software as he
  -      is in the technical aspects. Yoav contributes to the Tomcat
  -      container, the Log4j logging system, and a number of
  -      jakarta-commons and other open-source projects.</p>
  -      </td>
  -    
  -      <td><img align="right" src="../images/yshapira.bmp"></img></td>
  -      </tr>
  -     </table>
  -   </li>
  -
  -   <li><b>Paul Smith</b> 
  -     <table>
  -       <tr><td>
  -       
  -       <p>Paul Smith has been developing software since 1990, and
  -       playing computer games a few years longer than that.  He has
  -       been thoroughly enjoying Java since 1998 after he gave up on
  -       Visual Basic in disgust.  Paul joined the log4j team after
  -       finding how darn useful it and the companion Chainsaw
  -       application was in '03, and has been helping out where he can,
  -       working on Chainsaw v2, and generally making a good nuisance of
  -       himself.  </p>
  -       </td> 
  -       <td><img align="right" src="../images/psmith.jpg"></img></td>
  -       </tr>
  -     </table>
  -  </li>
  -
  -  <li><b>Mark Womack</b> 
  -
  -         <table>
  -          <tr><td>  <p>Mark Womack has been developing software for over
12
  -	  years. He has been developing in Java for the past 4 years,
  -	  focusing on web application development. He has been an
  -	  active committer for the Apache Jakarta log4j project since
  -	  April 2002, contributing features for the upcoming v1.3
  -	  release. </p></td> 
  -          <td><img src="../images/mark-72x99.gif"></img></td>
  -         </tr>
  -         </table>
  -    </li>	
  -  </ul>
  -
  -  <h1>Active committers</h1>    
  -
  -   <li><b>Jim Moore</b> 
  -   <p>Jim is often seen answering tough question from log4j users.</p>
  -   </li>
  -
  -
  -  <h1>Emeritus committers</h1>    
  -
  -  <p>Committers who ask for emeritus status or inactive for 6 at least
  -  months become emeritus committers. Their privileges are returned as
  -  soon as they decide to contribute again.</p>
  -
  -  <ul>    
  -  
  -  <li><b>Mathias Bogaert</b> 
  -
  -    <p>While not lurking on <a
  -    href="http://www.theserverside.com/">the serverside</a>, Mathias
  -    mends the log4j documentation.</p>
  -  </li>
  -
  -  <li><b>James P. Cakalic</b>
  -   <p>Jim is the original author of the PatternLayout and the
  -   NTEventLogAppender.</p>
  -  </li>
  -
  -  <li><b>Paul Glezen</b> 
  -
  -   <table>
  -   
  -    <tr><td> <p>Paul consults for customers of IBM's WebSphere
  -     Application Server and related products. His software interests
  -     include developing distributed applications with an emphasis on
  -     source code maintainability and runtime manageability. His
  -     demonstration to customers of the value of the open source
  -     community and their products occasionally results in meager
  -     contributions back to these project.</p></td>
  -
  -       <td><img src="../images/paul-glezen.jpg"></img></td>
  -     </tr>
  -    </table>
  -   </li>
  -
  -   <li><b>Anders Kristensen</b> 
  -
  -   <p>Contributor of many enhancements, Anders takes a keen interest
  -   in log4j and all things Java, OO, and XML. He is currently
  -   specification lead for JSR 116, the SIP Servlet expert group.  </p>
  -   </li>
  -	
  -    <li><b>Jon Skeet</b> 
  -
  -     <p>Jon is a software developer in his mid-twenties living in the
  -     UK. He is a Java enthusiast and very active participant in the
  -     comp.lang.java.* newsgroups as well as a moderator for the log4j
  -     mailing lists. He is a committer for the Ant project, involved
  -     (when time permits!) in tidying up the code documentation.
  -      </p>
  -   </li>
  -
  -   <li><b>Chris Taylor</b> 
  -	  
  -     <p>Chris is the author NTEventLogAppender. In around 1832, he
  -     ported our previous GNU-make build system to at the time unknown
  -     but promising <a href="jakarta.apache.org/ant/">jakarta-ant</a>.
  -     </p>
  -   </li>
  -
  -   </ul>
  -
  -    
  -
  -
  -</body>
  +<?xml version="1.0"?>
  +<document>
  +
  +  <properties>
  +    <author email="ceki at apache dot org">Ceki Gulcu</author>
  +    <title>Mission Statement for the Logging Services Project</title>
  +  </properties>
  +
  +  <meta name="keywords" content="mission, mission statement logging services"/>
  +
  +
  +<body>
  +
  +  <h1>List of developers</h1>
  +       
  +
  +  <p>The software proposed by Logging Services project is the result
  +  of contributions from several dozen developers and hundreds of users
  +  across the globe. Some of the more prominent contributors are listed
  +  below in alphabetical order.
  +  </p>
  +
  +  <!-- ======================================== -->
  +  <!-- LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER (last name) -->
  +  <!-- ======================================== -->
  +
  +  <h1>PMC members</h1>
  +
  +  <li><b>Scott Deboy</b> 
  +
  +     <p>Scott began contributing to the log4j project in early 2003, 
  +        focusing his efforts on developing a new logging analysis tool that 
  +        would become the next version of Chainsaw.  Along the way, he 
  +        contributed code which gave Chainsaw (and log4j) the ability to process 
  +	    events generated by other logging frameworks as well as an infix expression 
  +        evaluator.
  +     </p>
  +  </li>
  + 
  +  <ul>
  +  <li><b>Ceki G&#252;lc&#252;</b> 
  +
  +    <table>
  +    <tr><td> <p>Ceki is the founder the log4j project which continues
  +    to occupy much of his time. He enjoys writing software altough he
  +    is discovering that it is far more difficult than what it seems
  +    initially. He is also managing an <a href="http://www.qos.ch">IT
  +    services company</a>.</p></td> <td><img
  +    src="../images/ceki-72x101.gif"></img></td>
  +    </tr>
  +    </table>
  +  </li>
  +
  +  <li><b>Jacob Kjome</b> 
  +
  +     <p>Jacob Kjome has been developing software since 1997 and has
  +      been playing with Java for about 4 years.  Jake joined the log4j
  +      team after being very active on the user list and contributing
  +      servlet and repository selector related code to the
  +      logj-sandbox.  He is also a committer on the (non-Apache
  +      related) XMLC, BarracudaMVC, and Prevayler projects.  Of late
  +      his free time has been squeezed with a new job and his vigorous
  +      2 year old son, Nicholas, but he still tries to pitch in when he
  +      can. :-)
  +     </p>
  +  </li>
  +
  +  <li><b>Yoav Shapira</b> 
  +    <table>
  +      <tr><td>
  +    
  +      <p>Yoav Shapira works for Millennium Pharmaceuticals and is as
  +      interested in the business aspects of Open-Source Software as he
  +      is in the technical aspects. Yoav contributes to the Tomcat
  +      container, the Log4j logging system, and a number of
  +      jakarta-commons and other open-source projects.</p>
  +      </td>
  +    
  +      <td><img align="right" src="../images/yshapira.bmp"></img></td>
  +      </tr>
  +     </table>
  +   </li>
  +
  +   <li><b>Paul Smith</b> 
  +     <table>
  +       <tr><td>
  +       
  +       <p>Paul Smith has been developing software since 1990, and
  +       playing computer games a few years longer than that.  He has
  +       been thoroughly enjoying Java since 1998 after he gave up on
  +       Visual Basic in disgust.  Paul joined the log4j team after
  +       finding how darn useful it and the companion Chainsaw
  +       application was in '03, and has been helping out where he can,
  +       working on Chainsaw v2, and generally making a good nuisance of
  +       himself.  </p>
  +       </td> 
  +       <td><img align="right" src="../images/psmith.jpg"></img></td>
  +       </tr>
  +     </table>
  +  </li>
  +
  +  <li><b>Mark Womack</b> 
  +
  +         <table>
  +          <tr><td>  <p>Mark Womack has been developing software for over
12
  +	  years. He has been developing in Java for the past 4 years,
  +	  focusing on web application development. He has been an
  +	  active committer for the Apache Jakarta log4j project since
  +	  April 2002, contributing features for the upcoming v1.3
  +	  release. </p></td> 
  +          <td><img src="../images/mark-72x99.gif"></img></td>
  +         </tr>
  +         </table>
  +    </li>	
  +  </ul>
  +
  +  <h1>Active committers</h1>    
  +
  +   <li><b>Jim Moore</b> 
  +   <p>Jim is often seen answering tough question from log4j users.</p>
  +   </li>
  +
  +
  +  <h1>Emeritus committers</h1>    
  +
  +  <p>Committers who ask for emeritus status or inactive for 6 at least
  +  months become emeritus committers. Their privileges are returned as
  +  soon as they decide to contribute again.</p>
  +
  +  <ul>    
  +  
  +  <li><b>Mathias Bogaert</b> 
  +
  +    <p>While not lurking on <a
  +    href="http://www.theserverside.com/">the serverside</a>, Mathias
  +    mends the log4j documentation.</p>
  +  </li>
  +
  +  <li><b>James P. Cakalic</b>
  +   <p>Jim is the original author of the PatternLayout and the
  +   NTEventLogAppender.</p>
  +  </li>
  +
  +  <li><b>Paul Glezen</b> 
  +
  +   <table>
  +   
  +    <tr><td> <p>Paul consults for customers of IBM's WebSphere
  +     Application Server and related products. His software interests
  +     include developing distributed applications with an emphasis on
  +     source code maintainability and runtime manageability. His
  +     demonstration to customers of the value of the open source
  +     community and their products occasionally results in meager
  +     contributions back to these project.</p></td>
  +
  +       <td><img src="../images/paul-glezen.jpg"></img></td>
  +     </tr>
  +    </table>
  +   </li>
  +
  +   <li><b>Anders Kristensen</b> 
  +
  +   <p>Contributor of many enhancements, Anders takes a keen interest
  +   in log4j and all things Java, OO, and XML. He is currently
  +   specification lead for JSR 116, the SIP Servlet expert group.  </p>
  +   </li>
  +	
  +    <li><b>Jon Skeet</b> 
  +
  +     <p>Jon is a software developer in his mid-twenties living in the
  +     UK. He is a Java enthusiast and very active participant in the
  +     comp.lang.java.* newsgroups as well as a moderator for the log4j
  +     mailing lists. He is a committer for the Ant project, involved
  +     (when time permits!) in tidying up the code documentation.
  +      </p>
  +   </li>
  +
  +   <li><b>Chris Taylor</b> 
  +	  
  +     <p>Chris is the author NTEventLogAppender. In around 1832, he
  +     ported our previous GNU-make build system to at the time unknown
  +     but promising <a href="jakarta.apache.org/ant/">jakarta-ant</a>.
  +     </p>
  +   </li>
  +
  +   </ul>
  +
  +    
  +
  +
  +</body>
   </document>
  
  
  

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