The XWiki project would like to thank all people who have participated to the development of XWiki in any manner whatsoever. There are various forms of contributions.
There are 2 category of users who contribute to XWiki sources:
XWiki wouldn't be what it is without all its contributors. Contributors are usually XWiki users who go beyond just using the product. They contribute back value to the project and form XWiki's vibrant community. Committers are usually contributors who have shown interest in XWiki over the long run and who've submitted good patches. Actually it is said that one good way of becoming a committer is to submit so many patches that the current committers get fed up applying your patches and vote you in as a committer!
Here are the number of commits for the last 365 days (All times) for the xwiki organization on GitHub (Commons, Rendering, Platform, Enterprise, etc).
Marius Dumitru Florea
Ecaterina Moraru (Valica)
And here are the number of commits for the last 365 days (All times) for the xwiki-contrib organization on GitHub (contains extensions not supported by the XWiki Committers).
Caleb James DeLisle
Ecaterina Moraru (Valica)
PH Weingarten and Curriki
Marius Dumitru Florea
- Green color: committers
- Yellow color: contributors who sent Pull Requests
- Red color: committers who haven't been active for the past 365 days and who're going to loose their "Active" status
- Guillaume Fenollar and Daniel Patriche: manage the infrastructure for the xwiki.org web sites (JIRA, Jenkins, Maven, wikis, etc)
- Sorin Burjan and Manuel Smeria: QA (functional tests and documentation of xwiki.org)
- Ecaterina Valica: UI Design, Usability
- Here's the Hall of Fame for XClams.
See the Project's Health page.
Source contributors are listed above but remember that there are various ways to contribute!
See the stats on the l10n wiki.
Of course there are so many contributors that we wouldn't want to miss anyone. If you have contributed something and you're not in the list below please add yourself to this list! Come on, don't be shy, you've earned it!
(sorted by First Name + Last Name)
|Contributor's name||Area of contribution|
|Alberto Lugrís||Galician translation|
|Alla Dorozhinskaya||Updated German translation. Bug reports.|
|Anamaria Stoica||Various patches for the blog application and the core|
|Ancuta Gheorghe||Patches on the core and XE|
|Arnaud Thimel||Various patches on MessageTool, Lucene plugin, etc.|
|Arun Reddy||Patches on the core|
|Bindul Bhowmik||Patches for DB2 support, scheduler plugin and other parts of the core|
|Brandon Esbach||Great help on answering questions on the mailing list|
|Brian Thomas||Great help on answering questions on the mailing list|
|Christian Gmeiner||Various patches on the XMLRPC area.|
|Cristian Vrabie||Initial implementation of the Asynchronous JS live grid (used in AllDocs, administration UIs, etc.)|
|Cristina Scheau||Various patches for the core and XWord|
|Denis Gotthans||Several Bugfixes|
|Dilipkumar Jadhav||Contributions on the mailing list and documentation improvements on xwiki.org (on XML-RPC amongst others).|
|Dusan Krizan||Fix mapping for oracle|
|Evelina Vrabie||Overhaul of XE administration and rights management UIs|
|Gilles Serasset||Patches on fixing internationalization issues + very active on the mailing list|
|Gregory Gueneau||Provided input on the list on roadmaps/features|
|Guillaume Lerouge||Very active and helpful on the mailing lists, contributed applications on extensions.xwiki.org|
|Ioana Boureanu||Various patches (Improved Delete page, etc)|
|Jackson Wang||Simplified Chinese translation.|
|James Xu||Google Summer of Code 2011 on "Auto Completion in Content Editors"|
|Johannes Stoldt||Improvements to the XWiki Syntax page and to translations in general|
|Luis Arias||Lots of various patches and wonderful work on documentation on xwiki.org (macros, etc).|
|Marc Lijour||Great help on answering questions on the mailing list|
|Marcela Mihai||Patches on the new GWT WYSIWYG|
|Mariusz Olejnik||Polish translation|
|Melv Ng||Documentation of several macros (Image, Attach, etc).|
|Mikhail Terekhov||Patch to support Oracle.|
|Pablo Oliveira||Various patches and great help on the mailing list.|
|Pascal Voitot||Active on the mailing list. POC development.|
|Paul Iosif Guralivu||Wrote a few selenium tests. Completed/Updated some.|
|Pavel Grushetzky||Russian translation.|
|Ricardo Rodriguez||A lot of (good) activity on the mailing list; involving others in XWiki|
|Shawn Lauzon||Great help on answering questions on the mailing list + very cool installation instructions for WebSphere/DB2 and more.|
|Teofil Achirei||Patches for XWord|
|Thomas Porcham||Updated German translation.|
|Victor A. Rodriguez||Wrote XE 0.9 to 1.1.1 migration guide|
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These are people who were once committers on the XWiki project but who haven't been active for some years now. Thanks to them for their past work and let's hope they can find the time to join us again in the future. If you guys are interested to join again just let us know and we'll make it easy for you!
|namphunghai||Phung Hai Nam|
Special Emeritus Mentions:
- Guillaume Lerouge (glerouge) - Was our OSS Product Marketing guy for a while
- Laurent Lunati - Was working on design, usability
- Raffaello Pelagalli and Alex Stancu - were part of the infrastructure team