The development of EasyChair would have been impossible without
numerous suggestions of its many users and the help of some
individuals and organizations. This page mentions some of
- Geoff Sutcliffe
- made many suggestions about the design of EasyChair and
reported numerous bugs in the most constructive way.
He has many excellent ideas about the future of EasyChair,
and his ideas turned out to work very well in the past.
- Alexander Gelbukh
- made the largest number of suggestions about the
design of EasyChair. Many of them have been
incorporated in EasyChair and some are still
on the EasyChair wishlist.
- Aleksander Kosenkov
- is a friend and a former classmate of the main EasyChair developer.
He was a physicist and then decided to become an artist. He designed
the EasyChair Web site.
- Serguei Mokhov
- designed the EasyChair LaTeX class style.
- Ilya Sukhanov
- spent hours on the phone helping with various Linux and
Web server problems with the early version of EasyChair.
- The School of Computer Science
- at the University of Manchester is a place where you
can have a lot of fun, including designing systems like EasyChair.
The School hosted early versions of EasyChair.
- Developers of free software
- such as Linux, Perl, Apache and MySQL.
- All those people whose suggestions have been integrated in EasyChair and
those who submitted crucial bug reports