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    Armin Rigo
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    Christian Tismer
    Holger Krekel
    Eric van Riet Paap
    Antonio Cuni
    Anders Chrigstrom
    Maciek Fijalkowski
    Richard Emslie
    Aurelien Campeas
    Anders Lehmann
    Niklaus Haldimann
    Seo Sanghyeon
    Lawrence Oluyede
    Alex Martelli
    Ludovic Aubry
    Adrien Di Mascio
    Stephan Diehl
    Guido Wesdorp
    Stefan Schwarzer
    Tomek Meka
    Patrick Maupin
    Leonardo Santagada
    Bob Ippolito
    Laura Creighton
    Jacob Hallen
    Marius Gedminas
    Niko Matsakis
    Amaury Forgeot d Arc
    Guido van Rossum
    Valentino Volonghi
    Alexander Schremmer
    Alexandre Fayolle
    Wanja Saatkamp
    Gerald Klix
    Eugene Oden
    Dinu Gherman
    Guenter Jantzen
    Ben Young
    Nicolas Chauvat
    Michael Twomey
    Rocco Moretti
    Simon Burton
    Boris Feigin
    Olivier Dormond
    Gintautas Miliauskas
    Stuart Williams
    Jens-Uwe Mager
    Brian Dorsey
    Jonathan David Riehl
    Anders Qvist
    Beatrice During
    Andreas Friedge
    Alan McIntyre
    Bert Freudenberg

    Heinrich-Heine University, Germany 
    Open End AB (formerly AB Strakt), Sweden  
    merlinux GmbH, Germany 
    tismerysoft GmbH, Germany 
    Logilab Paris, France 
    DFKI GmbH, Germany 
    Impara, Germany
    Change Maker, Sweden 

 
License for 'lib-python/2.4.1' and 'lib-python/2.4.1-modified'
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