One part of the development of this application includes the collaboration of people or entities, giving some ideas or offering resources. Those elements helped to conceived the application and improve it. This is the acknowledgement of those people or entities:
- Meredith Carter who corrected the English redaction of some sections.
- Jose Luis Cerón who said that this project could be interesting. He chose this application between several propositions that were thought. I hope that the other propositions also become reality (some day.)
To the Computing Center of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics and Physics of Particles (CC-IN2P3/CNRS). They permitted to use this application for the first time in a real production environment.
- Diana Pilar Hurtado who gave me ideas about how to make the logo.
- Sylvain Reynaud who gave ideas about how to define the grammar, and he also validated that the application structure was correct.
- Jonathan Schaffer who gave global ideas of the project and those ideas helped to forge the application's objective.
Many names used here are copyright of their respective companies or persons:
- AIX, DB2, IBM, Optim: International Business Machines Corporation.
- Apache, Maven: Apache Software Foundation.
- Aqua: AquaFold Inc.
- Bash: GPL License Chet Ramey.
- Charva: LGPL License Rob Pitman.
- CNRS, IN2P3: French gouverment.
- Eclipse: Eclipse Foundation.
- HP-UX: Hewlett Packard Company.
- IDUG, XML Challenge: IDUG.
- iPhone, MacOS: Apple Inc.
- Java: GPL License Sun Corporation.
- Jline: BSD License Prud'hommeaux.
- LGLP: Free Software Foundation, Inc.
- Linux: GPL, BSP, Apache Licenses Linus Torvalds.
- Logback: Apache License Ceki Gülcü.
- MS, Windows, Word, Microsoft: Microsoft Corporation.
- OSGi: OSGi Alliance.
- PHP: GPL License PHP Group.
- Softpedia: Softpedia.
- Solaris: Oracle Corporation.
- T9: Nuance Communications.
- Technology Explorer: Apache License IBM.
- Unix: The Open Group.
- Wikipedia: Wikipedia Foundation.
Zch: MIT License Peter Stephenson