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16. Acknowledgements (Literate Programming FAQ)




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This article is from the Literate Programming FAQ, by David B. Thompson thompson@shelob.ce.ttu.edu with numerous contributions by others.

16. Acknowledgements (Literate Programming FAQ)

This document would not have happened without the help of many people.
George Greenwade was instrumental in establishing the original mailing
list way back in the early '90's (when I first became involved).
Marcus Speh started one of the early ftp sites and was an active
participant. Among them are, Rob Beezer, Joachim Schrod, Piet van
Oostrum, Ross N. Williams, Nelson H. F. Beebe, and Andrew Johnson. We
wouldn't have literate programming if it wasn't for Donald Knuth and
TeX. Certainly, we wouldn't be where we are without the tool
developers (all credited in their entries above). Cesar Bellardini
cballard@santafe.com.ar deserves thanks for translating the FAQ into
Spanish.

A special thanks to Aliza R. Panitz for the text describing how to
execute an anonymous ftp for files of interest.

Any omissions from these acknowledgements should be considered an
accident on my part. Furthermore, participants in the
comp.programming.literate newsgroup all contributed in various
fashions. Thank all of you.

 

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