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Jim Hugunin invented JPython and was the primary developer while
he was at CNRI. In February 1999, Jim left CNRI for sunny
California and Barry Warsaw became the primary maintainer.
When Barry and the rest of PythonLabs left CNRI, Barry renamed
JPython to Jython, put the sources on SourceForge and made
Finn Bock the primary maintainer.
Python's inventor Guido van Rossum and the rest of PythonLabs
continues to help and support Jython by their understanding
of how Jython must live with the limits of Java.
You can contact the Jython maintainers directly via
email@example.com, or the Jython community at
Harry Mantakos contributed the underlying md5 implementation.
The SHA1 implementation is taken from cryptix.
Samuele Pedroni has designed and implemented the improved
PackageManagers and java reload support and also fixed a lot
Kevin Butler has written and contributed the code for os.environ and
Brian Zimmer contributed zxJDBC which is a Python DB API subsystem.
Cyrille Morvan has written the code for the Jythonc ant task.
Alan Kennedy contributed modjy, which bridges WSGI to the Servlet API
Chris Gokey, David Syer and Finn Bock added PyServlet.
A huge thanks goes to all the members of the jpython/jython
mailing lists. Other folks who have contributed to JPython and
Jython in ways large and small, in no particular order:
Robert W. Bill
Randy Jay Yarger
Noel (Nick) Lockwood
Alexey N. Solofnenko
Rodrigo B. de Oliveira