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This is present solely for archival purposes; this is not the current list of SA contributors any more.

Summary

Here is the full list of contributors to the open-source code base, including patches that were trivial, affected a very small number of lines of code, or did not add functionality (e.g. a bug fix etc.).

This is a pretty exhaustive list, put together by correlating the CVS logs against the code, and against the data in the bug tracking system.

I've annotated each contributor with the changes they've submitted, along with how many lines were involved, the approx date it was applied to the codebase, a brief description of what it was, a rough idea of how many lines were involved, and in some cases a note that the patch was trivial.

I've omitted cases where a submitter may have suggested an idea for a rule in the bug tracking system, which was then ignored or reimplemented from scratch by somebody else.

I may have missed a few more people, so more review of CVS and Bugzilla is welcome.

LATEST UPDATE

I give up ;) Use "asfpurgatory" CVS and http://bugzilla.spamassassin.org/buglist.cgi?cmdtype=runnamed&namedcmd=asf instead.

Meaning of symbols in front of names:

CVS committers

Companies

Third parties with CLAs filed

Debian, received CLA

"contrib" code, received CLA

Future contributors, received CLA

Entries removed and reason (after Tue, 07 Oct 2003 00:43:45 PDT), but have CLA?

Not sure what this means

Patches from third parties, now expecting CLA

These are in alphabetical order to make editing easier.

Patches from third parties

These are in alphabetical order to make editing easier.

Debian

These are in alphabetical order to make editing easier.

"contrib" Code

POP3 proxy (separate CVS module)

Future contributors

Add all new entries here (after Tue, 07 Oct 2003 00:43:45 PDT)

Entries removed and reason (after Tue, 07 Oct 2003 00:43:45 PDT)

These are not in alphabetical order. Just add to the end.

No longer in codebase, not contacted

These are in alphabetical order.