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31 Contributors (Appendix - comp.sys.mac.comm FAQ)




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This article is from the Mac communications FAQ, by Bruce L Grubb BruceG6069@aol.com with numerous contributions by others.

31 Contributors (Appendix - comp.sys.mac.comm FAQ)

The editor of this FAQ would like to graciously thank all of the
following individuals who have contributed in some form or another
to the answers provided above, and to the many others not listed
who have nonetheless encouraged and corrected us along the way.

Erik Adams (DivX information)
Steve Baumgarten (Versaterm)
Jack Brindle (BinHex, MacBinary)
Eric Behr (MacTCP)
Jim Browne (NCSA Telnet)
Josh Cole (Networking, MacTCP, AppleDouble)
Bill Coleman (Smartcom)
Steve Dorner (Eudora, SLIP)
Don Gilbert (SLIP)
Tom Gewecke (European E-Mail, Archives)
Elliotte Rusty Harold (General, File Transfer Programs)
Patrick Hoepfner (various tidbits)
Greg Kilcup (CSLIP, PPP)
Andy Y. A. Kuo (Networking)
Yves Lempereur (MacBinary/BinHex)
Peter N. Lewis (General)
Ward McFarland (Mac serial port speeds)
Dick Napoli (DivX information)
David Oppenheimer (original c.s.m.comm FAQ maintainer)
Leonard Rosenthol (General, StuffIt)
Richard Saint (MacPPP [now FreePPP] FAQ)
Bonze Saunders (dataComet Inforamation)
Dan Schwarz (Mac serial port speeds)
Eric P. Scott (General)
Jon L. Spear (General, Baud Etymology)
Tony Stuckey (AppleDouble information links)
Christopher Swan (Black Night)
Werner Uhrig (Macintosh Expert)
dzubera (56K and .z information)

 

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