Acknowledgements

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Code Contributions

Blog Authors

  • Anthony Perard
  • Attilio Rao
  • Björn Brundert
  • Boris Quiroz
  • Colin Dean
  • Dan Magenheimer
  • Dario Faggioli
  • David Noe
  • David Vrabel
  • George Dunlap
  • Guillermo Colsani
  • Henning Sprang
  • Ian Campbell
  • Ian Jackson
  • Ian Pratt
  • Ignacio M. Llorente
  • Jan Beulich
  • Josh West
  • Karanbir Singh
  • Konrad R. Wilk
  • Lambert Olivier
  • Lars Kurth
  • Marcus Granado
  • Mark Williamson
  • Mike Bursell
  • Mike McClurg
  • Mukesh Rathor
  • Patrick F. Wilbur
  • Peter Westlake
  • Richard Bowser
  • Roger Pau Monne
  • Russell Pavlicek
  • Ryan Bernstein
  • Simon Crosby
  • Stefano Stabellini
  • Stephen Spector
  • Steven Maresca
  • Todd Deshane
  • Wei Liu

Event volunteers

These are people who have manned a Xen Project booth at industry events and are not employed by one of the large contributor (including advisory board member) companies of the project:

  • Todd Deshane
  • Josh West
  • Olivier Lambert
  • Steve Maresca
  • Patrick Wilbur

Event speakers

These are speakers who promoted Xen at industry events and are not employed by one of the contributor (including advisory board member) companies of the project:

  • Mike Dorman
  • Josh West
  • Karanbir Singh
  • Patrick Wilbur
  • Steve Maresca
  • Thomas Goirand
  • Todd Deshane

List Moderators

  • Nui Xinli (June 2012 - now)
  • Jin Tong Lei (June 2012 - now)
  • Olaf Hering (June 2012 - now)
  • Andrew Cooper (June 2012 - now)
  • Todd Deshane (June 2012 - now)
  • James Tripplet (June 2012 - now)
  • Andrew Finkenstadt (June 2012 - Jan 2013)

Organizations and Individuals that donate services for the Xen Project