Gramps 3.0 Wiki Manual - About

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About GRAMPS

GRAMPS was written by Donald N. Allingham (don@gramps-project.org).

The somewhat incomplete list of contributors includes (in alphabetical order):

  • Tim Allen
  • Larry Allingham
  • Jens Arvidsson
  • Kees Bakker
  • Marcos Bedinelli
  • Wayne Bergeron
  • Stefan Bjork
  • Douglas S. Blank
  • Radu Bogdan Mare
  • Alexander Bogdashevsky
  • Richard Bos
  • Matt Brubeck
  • Nathan Bullock
  • Lorenzo Cappelletti
  • Pier Luigi Cinquantini
  • Bruce J. DeGrasse
  • Daniel Durand
  • Alexandre Duret-Lutz
  • Billy C. Earney
  • Baruch Even
  • Bernd Felsche
  • Egyeki Gergely
  • Michel Guitel
  • Steve Hall
  • David R. Hampton
  • Martin Hawlisch
  • Arpad Horvath
  • Anton Huber
  • Frode Jemtland
  • Mark Knoop
  • Greg Kuperberg
  • Arkadiusz Lipiec
  • Lars Kr. Lundin
  • Radek Malcic
  • Benny Malengier
  • Leonid Mamtchenkov
  • Brian Matherly
  • Tino Meinen
  • Serge Noiraud
  • Frederick Noronha
  • Jeffrey C. Ollie
  • Jiri Pejchal
  • Donald A. Peterson
  • Guillaume Pratte
  • Alexandre Prokoudine
  • Laurent Protois
  • Matthieu Pupat
  • Jérôme Rapinat
  • Trevor Rhodes
  • Alexander Roitman
  • Soren Roug
  • Jason Salaz
  • Julio Sanchez
  • Bernd Schandl
  • Martin Senftleben
  • Yaakov Selkowitz
  • Gary Shao
  • Arturas Sleinius
  • Jim Smart
  • Steve Swales
  • Eero Tamminen
  • Samuel Tardieu
  • Richard Taylor
  • James Treacy
  • Lubo Vasko
  • Sebastian Voecking
  • Xing Wang
  • Tim Waugh
  • Jesper Zedlitz

If you know of somebody else who should be listed here, please let us know.

To find more information about GRAMPS, please visit the GRAMPS Project Web page.

To report a bug or make a suggestion regarding this application or this manual, use the help menu in GRAMPS, or follow the directions on this site.

This program is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public license as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. A copy of this license can be found at this link, or in the file COPYING included with the source code of this program.

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