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Python Game Development<br>
+by Pete Shinners</big>
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Thanks to everyone who has helped contribute to this library.
Special thanks are also in order.
+<li>Marcus Von Appen - many changes, and fixes, 1.7.1+ freebsd maintainer.
+<li>Lenard Lindstrom - the 1.8 windows maintainer.
+<li>Brian Fisher - for svn auto builder, bug tracker and many contributions.
+<li>Rene Dudfield - many changes, and fixes, 1.7+ release manager/maintainer.
+<li>Phil Hassey - for his work on the pygame.org website.
+<li>DR0ID for his work on the sprite module.
+<li>Richard Goedeken for his smoothscale function.
+<li>Ulf Ekstr�m for his pixel perfect collision detection code.
+<li>Pete Shinners - orginal author.
<li>David Clark - for filling the right-hand-man position</li>
<li>Ed Boraas and Francis Irving - Debian packages</li>
<li>Maxim Sobolev - FreeBSD packaging</li>
<li>Nat Pryce for starting our unit tests</li>
<li>Dan Richter for documentation work</li>
<li>TheCorruptor for his incredible logos and graphics</li>
-<li>Thanks to those sending in patches and fixes:
- Niki Spahiev, Gordon Tyler, Nathaniel Pryce,
- Dave Wallace, John Popplewell, Michael Urman,
- Andrew Straw, Michael Hudson, Ole Martin Bjoerndalen,
- Herv� Cauwelier, James Mazer, Lalo Martins,
- Timothy Stranex, Chad Lester, Matthias Spiller,
- Bo Jangeborg, Dmitry Borisov</li>
+<li>Thanks to those sending in patches and fixes: Niki Spahiev, Gordon
+ Tyler, Nathaniel Pryce, Dave Wallace, John Popplewell, Michael Urman,
+ Andrew Straw, Michael Hudson, Ole Martin Bjoerndalen, Herv� Cauwelier,
+ James Mazer, Lalo Martins, Timothy Stranex, Chad Lester, Matthias
+ Spiller, Bo Jangeborg, Dmitry Borisov, Campbell Barton, Diego Essaya,
+ Eyal Lotem, Regis Desgroppes, Emmanuel Hainry, Randy Kaelber
<li>And our bug hunters above and beyond:
Angus, Guillaume Proux, Frank Raiser,
Austin Henry, Kaweh Kazemi, Arturo Aldama,
There's many more folks out there who've submitted helpful ideas,
kept this project going, and basically made my life easer, Thanks!
+ Many thank you's for people making documentation comments, and adding to the
+ Also many thanks for people creating games and putting them on the
+ pygame.org website for others to learn from and enjoy.
Also a big thanks to Roger Dingledine and the crew at SEUL.ORG
for our excellent hosting.