Credits

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Description

x3270 began life as 3270tool, a 3270 emulator for Suntools (Sun's original proprietary windowing environment). 3270tool was developed by Robert Viduya at Georgia Tech.

3270tool was then ported to X11R4 by Jeff Sparkes, and given the name x3270.

Paul Mattes has been modifying and extending x3270 since version 3.1 in 1993, and is the current maintainer. c3270, wc3270, s3270, tcl3270, pr3287 and wx3270 were derived by him from the original x3270 code.

Over the years, a number of other people have made significant contributions to x3270:

  • Don Russell added RPQNAMES support.
  • Dick Altenbern added DFT file transfer support.

Contributors

Richard Adkins • Dick Altenbern • Stewart Baker • Allan L. Bazinet • Marc Brett • Joe Brewer • Máximo Castañeda • Mike Caughran • Ian Checkley • Chris Clark • Leigh Clayton • Stefan Cornelius • Robert J. Cronin • Paul Croome • Sander De Graaf • George R. Goffe • Richard C. Dempsey • George R. Goffe • Simon Graham • Rikhardur Egilsson • Alexander Egorenkov • Markus Ermert • Jeremy Evans • Robert Fenske Jr. • Dmitry Fleytman • Brian Foddy • Mike Frysinger • Aditya Godbole • Praveen Gupta • Ying He • Steve Hebl • Brandon Hill • Richard Hitt • Dan Horak • Leniac Huard • Jaroslav Jindrak • Philipp Kern • Igor Klingen • Piotr Kolasiński • Andreas Krebbel • Dmitry Kudriavtsev • Mark La France • Jake Labelle • Scott Larsen • Richard Lennox • Ilya Levi • Marcelo Lemos • Andreas Loeffler • Bill Loucks • Paul Mattes • David May • Tyler Mitchell • Moises Muratalla • Susanne Oberhauser • Willian Oliver • Chris Paulson-Ellis • Daniel Piche • Frank Racis • Don Russell • Juanjo Santamarta • Olaf 'Rhialto' Seibert • Alan Sengillo • Jeff Sparkes • Sven Tjemsland • Jorge L. Vago • Harry van Burik • Robert Viduya • Bernhard M. Wiedemann • Raymond A. Wiker • Jack Woehr • Mark Young • Chris Z • Klaus Ziegler

If you made a contribution and don't see your name here, please let Paul Mattes know.