MarkUs grew out of OLM, which was build using the
TurboGears framework. We are grateful to everyone who
worked on or funded both projects, and to the creators of
Ruby on Rails for
building such a great framework.
MarkUs' development has been supported by the University of Toronto, École Centrale de
Nantes, et. al. Kudos to everyone who turned that
support into working code:
Aaron Lee, Abdelhamid Benmouffok, Adam Goucher, Aimen Khan, Alexandre Lissy,
Alex Krassikov, Alysha Kwok, Amanda Manarin, Andrew Louis, Andrey Kulakevich,
Angelo Maralit, Ante Zheng, Anthony Labaëre, Anthony Le Jallé, Anton Braverman,
Augustin Doury, Benjamin Thorent, Benjamin Vialle, Bertan Guven, Brian Bo, Brian Xu,
Bryan Shen, Camille Guérin, Catherine Fawcett, Christian Jacques, Christine Yu,
Claire Mayer, Clément Delafargue, Clément Schiano, Danesh Dadachanji, Daniel St. Jules,
Daryn Lam, Derek Dowling, Diane Tam, Dina Sabie, Ealona Shmoel, Egor Philippov,
Emerik Morency, Erik Traikov, Eugene Cheung, Evan Browning, Farah Juma, Fernando Garces,
François Neber, Gabriel Roy-Lortie, Gaëtan Girin, Geoffrey Flores, Ghislain Guiot,
Hanson Wu, Horatiu Halmaghi, Ian Smith, Ibrahim Shahin, Jay Parekh, Jeffrey Ling,
Jérôme Gazel, Jiahui Xu, Joel Burford, Joey Perry, Jordan Saleh, Joseph Mate, Joseph Maté,
Julien Starozinski, Justin Foong, Karel Kahula, Kira McCoan, Kristian Lejao, Kurtis Schmidt,
Lawrence Wu, Loïc Labagnara, Luke Kysow, Marc Bodmer, Mark Rada, Mélanie Gaudet, Michael Ing,
Michael Lumbroso, Michael Margel, Mike Conley, Mike Gunderloy, Mike Stewart, Mike Wu,
Mina Almasry, Misa Sakamoto, Neha Kumar, Nelle Varoquaux, Nick Lee, Nicolas Bouillon,
Nicolas Carougeau, Noé Bedetti, Oloruntobi Ogunbiyi, Oussama Ben Amar, Razvan Vlaicu,
Robert Burke, Samuel Gougeon, Sean Budning, Severin Gehwolf, Shion Kashimura,
Simon Lavigne-Giroux, Su Zhang, Tara Clark, Tianhai Hu, Valentin Roger, Veronica Wong,
Victoria Mui, Victor Ivri, Vivien Suen, Yansong Zang
Supervisors: Karen Reid, Morgan Magnin, David Liu
MarkUs is made available under the OSI-approved MIT license.
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