Many people contribute to the GCJ project, and in many different capacities. Any omissions to this list are accidental. Feel free to contact email@example.com if you have been left out or some of your contributions are not listed. Please keep this list in alphabetical order. Godmar Back for his improvements and encouragement. Scott Bambrough for help porting the compiler. Jon Beniston for his Win32 port. Geoff Berry for his object serialization work and various patches. Eric Blake for helping to make gcj and libgcj conform to the specifications. Hans-J. Boehm for his garbage collector, IA-64 libffi port, and other work. Per Bothner for dreaming up, designing and implementing much of gcj. Joerg Brunsmann for compiler hacking and help with the FAQ. Steve Chamberlain for config fixes and the picoJava port. Glenn Chambers for help with the FAQ. John-Marc Chandonia for various library patches. Eric Christopher for his porting help and clean-ups. The GNU Classpath project for all of their merged runtime code. Mo DeJong for gcj and libgcj bug fixes. The GCC project contributors for all of their great compiler work. Ivan Fontes Garcia for the Portugese translation of the FAQ. John Gilmore for a donation to the FSF earmarked improving GNU Java. Anthony Green for various contributions. Stu Grossman for gdb hacking, allowing us to debug our code. Andrew Haley for his amazing compiler and library efforts. Jakub Jelinek for improving the build system. Warren Levy for his tremendous library work. Oskar Liljeblad for hacking on AWT and his many bug reports and patches. All of the Mauve project contributors, for test code. Bryce McKinlay for numerous gcj and libgcj fixes and improvements. Adam Megacz for his work on the Win32 port. Jason Molenda for establishing the project infrastructure on sources.redhat.com. Mike Moreton for his various patches. Alexandre Oliva for all of this porting and testing efforts. Rainer Orth for configuration clean-ups and porting help. Alexandre Petit-Bianco for implementing much of the compiler, and continued maintainership. Rolf W. Rasmussen for hacking on AWT. Bradley Schatz for his work on the FAQ. Jason Schroeder for jcf-dump patches. John Stracke for his HTTP protocol fixes. Jeff Sturm for porting help, bug fixes, and encouragement. Kresten Krab Thorup for his fantastic bytecode interpreter. Andreas Tobler for his work porting libgcj to Darwin. Tom Tromey for his many contributions and libgcj maintainership. Matt Welsh for help with Linux Threads. Urban Widmark for help fixing java.io. Mark Wielaard for new library code and his work integrating with Classpath. Gilles Zunino for help porting to Irix. We'd also like to thank the folks who have contributed time and energy in testing GCJ: Michael Abd-El-Malek Thomas Arend Bonzo Armstrong Steven Ashe Chris Baldwin David Billinghurst Jim Blandy Stephane Bortzmeyer Frank Braun Sidney Cadot Bradford Castalia Ralph Doncaster Richard Emberson Graham Fawcett Robert A. French Mark K. Gardner Charles-Antoine Gauthier Simon Gornall Fred Gray John Griffin Patrik Hagglund Phil Hargett Amancio Hasty Bryan W. Headley Kevin B. Hendricks Joep Jansen David Kidd Tobias Kuipers Anand Krishnaswamy H.J. Lu Jesse Macnish Anon A. Mous Stefan Morrell Pekka Nikander Jon Olson Magnus Persson Chris Pollard Paul Reilly Tom Reilly Torsten Rueger Danny Sadinoff Marc Schifer Franz Sirl Tim Souder Adam Sulmicki Frederik Warg Gregory Warnes David E. Young Thank you all!