Peter Bechtold, firstname.lastname@example.org, for sending me dozens of faxes
to test mgetty, for calling me back numerous times after failed
attempts to send him a fax with sendfax, …
Further, for the idea to use the remote fax id as part of the filename on
Klaus Weidner, email@example.com, for the original linux port,
testing dozens of pre-releases, writing the original texinfo
documentation, and finally for writing vgetty.
Lawrence ’dreamer’ Chen, firstname.lastname@example.org, for the initial ISC port,
and for testing the package with a SupraFAX-Modem.
Kay Schulz, email@example.com, for testing on ISC
— and telling me that it’s possible to ask dozens of questions without
having ever read the README file …
Georg Edelmann, firstname.lastname@example.org, for testing on Linux, and finding
some stupid bugs.
Uwe S. Fuerst, email@example.com, for testing on SCO 3.2v4 (and helping me a
lot nailing down the problem with dial-in/dial-out)
Bodo Bauer, firstname.lastname@example.org, for porting mgetty to SVR4 (though he
did quite confuse me by insisting that the fax receiver does
not work …), and later, email@example.com, for his faxrunqd
Christoph Adomeit, for bugging me long enough to implement XON / XOFF
flow control in fax sending / receiving, and for lending me one of
his GVC modems long enough to make faxing (well, fax sending) work with it.
Christopher M. Ward, for testing on SCO with another GVC modem.
Ralf Stephan, for finding a problem in sendfax whith some modems that
lower CD too soon.
John C. Peterson, for correcting a similar problem in mgetty / faxrec.
Chel van Gennip, for the pbmscale, g3toxwd and
Glenn Thobe and Chris Lewis, for doing the 3B1 port(s).
Chris Lewis, for doing all the /etc/gettdefs stuff, CallerID,
space limiting, making the source look really awful (K&R C support),
miscellaneous minor fixes,
and tolerating my sometimes very unfriendly reactions to his suggestions.
Caz Yokoyama, for his suggestions concerning faxspool and the mail-to-fax
Martin Husemann, for SVR4 testing (damn ESIX) and the NetBSD 386 port
Michael A. Meiszl, firstname.lastname@example.org, because he asked me to (*grin*)
- and because he found + changed lots of small, nevertheless annoying
Brent Mosbrook from ZyXEL USA, email@example.com, who has been
very helpful solving some ZyXEL-specific and generic fax
ELSA Computer GmbH, Germany, for giving me a number of test modems and
being pretty suportive overall concering questions of modem firmware,
protocol handling, and so on. A big thanks!
Sam Leffler, firstname.lastname@example.org, for many interesting discussions and insights.
Christian Starkjohann, email@example.com, for important parts of
the NeXT port.
Geoffrey Collyer and Henry Spencer, for writing the newslock.c program
I use in faxrunq.
Simone “Neko” Demmel, for going to bed early, giving me time to proof
read this manual and correct all the nasty bugs.
Russel Nelson, firstname.lastname@example.org, for hosting the mgetty mailing list
since December ’96.
Medat Computer GmbH, Munich, for using mgetty+sendfax and paying me for
improvements (faxrunqd rewrite and lots of detail work).
SpaceNet GmbH, Munich, for sponsoring IP connectivity for alpha.greenie.net.
Should you ever need an Internet Service Provider in Germany, look at
Wiebke Baars, for being a really good friend, and for a number of
wonderful days spent together.