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Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.

If the program is interactive, make it output a short notice like this
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	Gnomovision version 69, Copyright (C) year name of author
	Gnomovision comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details type `show w'.
	This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
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The hypothetical commands `show w' and `show c' should show the appropriate
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necessary.  Here is a sample; alter the names:

  Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the program
  `Gnomovision' (which makes passes at compilers) written by James Hacker.

  , 1 April 1989
  Ty Coon, President of Vice

This General Public License does not permit incorporating your program into
proprietary programs.  If your program is a subroutine library, you may
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library.  If this is what you want to do, use the GNU Library General
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Credits

-------------------- Joomla! 1.5 Credits ---------------------

Code contributers:
------------------
Levis Bisson
Blagovest Dachev
Andrew Eddie
Anthony Ferrara
David Gall
Gergo Erdosi
Rey Gigataras
Wilco Jansen
Johan Janssens
Alex Kempkens
Jason Kendall
Enno Klasing
Mati Kochen
Mateusz Kreszowiec
Louis Landry
Alan Langford
Mickael Maison
Rastin Mehr
Andy Miller
Samuel Moffatt
Robin Muilwijk
Hannes Pappenberg
Toby Patterson
Nur Aini Rakhmawati
Emir Sakic
Rob Schley
Amy Stephen
Marko Schmuck
Airton Torres
Jui-Yu Tsai (Ray)
Charl van Niekerk
Laurens Vanderput
Elin Warring
Arno Zijlstra

Documentation Contributers:
---------------------------
Leandro Bergantiños
Michelle Bisson
Chris Davenport
Ian MacLennan
Chad McKissick
René Serradeil
Andy Wallace

Translation contributors:
-------------------------
Arabic Algeria (ar-DZ) - Saber Bousba
Basque (eu-ES) - Basque Translation Team (Basque Language School of Santurtzi) - Abel Camacho, Pedro Lonbide
Belarusian (be-BY) - Dennis Hermatski
Bengali (bn-BD) – Kamal Sikder
Bulgarian (bg-BG) - Joomla! Bulgaria - Ivo Apostolov, Yury Boev
Catalan (ca-ES) - Joomla! Catalan Countries - Damià Verger
Chinese Simplified (zh-CN) - Johnathan Cheung
Chinese Traditional (zh-TW) - Traditional Chinese Translation Team - Eddy Chang
Croatian (hr-HR) - Croatian Translation Team - Klaudia B.
Czech (cs-CZ) - Czech Translation Team - Svatopluk Vit
Danish (da-DK) - Danish Translation Team - Ronny Buelund, Mikael Jensen, Ole Bang Ottosen
Dutch (nl-NL) - Joomla! Nederlands - Vancanneyt Sander
English (en-US) - Joomla! Project - Jennifer Marriot
Esperanto (eo-XX) - Esperanto Translation Team - Cindy McKee, Fabien Tschudy
Finnish (fi-FI) - Finnish Translation Team - Markku Suominen
French (fr-FR) - French Translation Team - Nicolas Ogier
German (de-DE)/(de-CH)/(de-AT) - J!German - Jan Erik Zassenhaus, Karin Nikolaj, David Jakob, Antonio Cambule\
Greek (el-GR) - Greek Joomla Community - Aris Ntatsis
Hebrew (he-IL) - Joomla!Hebrew - Mati (MtK) Kochen
Hindi-Devanagari (hi-IN) - IndicJoomla! Team - Vishal Pahuja
Hungarian (hu-HU) - Magyar Joomla! Felhasznalok Nemzetkozi Egyesulete - Jozsef Tamas Herczeg, Annamaria Ban
Icelandic (is-IS) - Joomlís! - Magnús Guδlaugsson
Italian (it-IT) - Italian Translation Team - Stefania Gaianigo, Alessandro Rossi
Japanese (ja-JP) - Japanese Translation Team - Noriaki Koide
Laotian (lo-LA) - Joomla LaiLao Team (LaoOpenSource) - Akarawuth Tamrareang , Viengsakhone phanthanousy , Outhai Saioudom
Latvian (lv-LV) - Joomla Latvian Team - Edgars Piruška, Iveta Rītiņa-Namiķe, Ingars Stepkāns
Lithuanian (lt-LT) - Lithuanian Translation Team - Stasys Svabas
Macedonian (mk-MK) - ?
Montenegrin (sr-ME) - Montenegrin Translation Team - Miljan Vujošević
Norwegian bokmål (nb-NO) - Joomla! i Norge - Jens-Christian Skibakk, Rune Rasmussen
Persian/Farsi (fa-IR) - Joomfa Team(Joomla Farsi) - M.Alavi nik, Hamid abolhasani,Amin bagheri,Sayyed Saeed farzad,Sayyed ahmad sayyedi,Vahid Hosein Khani,Omid pileh var
Polish - Poland (pl-PL) - Polskie Centrum Joomla! - Michał Sobkowiak, Stefan Wajda
Portuguese Brazilian (pt-BR) - Joomla! Brasil - Fabricio Elias Costa (FaBMak)
Portuguese (pt-PT) - Joomla! Portugal - Paulo Izidoro
Romanian (ro-RO) - Romanian Joomla! Community - Cosmin Lebu
Russian (ru-RU) - Russian Translation Team - Serge Litvinov
Serbian (sr-RS) - Joomla! Serbia team - Marko Milenovic
Sindhi (sd-PK) - Raheel H. Kaghzi, Shafiq-ur-rehman Khatri
Sinhala (si-LK) - Rashan Anushka
Slovak (sk-SK) - Slovak Translation Team - Karol Cejka, Viliam Kmec, Alexander Horvath, Marek Sabo
Spanish (es-ES) - Joomla!'s Spanish Community Translation Team - Javier Galasse
Swedish (sv-SE) - Swedish Translation Team (SvenskJoomla!) - Sune Hultman, Christer Gerhardsson
Syriac (sy-IQ) - Pauls! Dinka
Tamil (ta-LK) - Sri Lanka -UoM, LK, sarves
Thai (th-TH) - Joomla LaiThai Team (JoomlaCorner) - Akarawuth Tamrareang , Supachai Teasakul, Pisan Chueachatchai
Turkish (tr-TR) - Joomla! Turkiye - Ümit Kenan Gönüllü, Uğur Uygur
Ukrainian (uk-UA) - Ukrainian Translation Team - Denys Nosov
Vietnamese (vi-VN) - Việt Nam Translation Team - Viet Hoang Vu

Pizaa Bug and fun Event
-----------------------
Chris Davenport
Kevin Devine
Anthony Ferrara
Jerry Hilburn
Louis Landry
Wilco Jansen
Jennifer Marriott
Rob Schley
Amy Stephen
Nereyda Valentin-Macias
Elin Waring
Michael Casha
Marcelo Eden
Matt Thomas
Ross Crawford
Mickael Maison
Ian MacLennan
Jaap Woltjes
Alan Langford
Michael Hamanaka
Joe LeBlanc
Shannon Quinn
Michelle Bisson
Airton Torres
Toni Marie Swats
Jon Giles
Matheus Mendes

Joomla! 1.5 includes or is derivative of works distributed under the licenses listed below.
The full text for most of the licenses listed below can be found in the LICENSES.php file.
The original copyright notices have been preserved within the respective files and or
packages. Please refer to the specific files and/or packages for more detailed information
about the authors, copyright notices, and licenses.
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Archive
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Author:		Vincent Blavet
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 1997-2003 The PHP Group
License:	BSD License

Domit
-----
Author:		John Heinstein
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2004 John Heinstein. All rights reserved
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) 2.1 or later

Feedcreator
-----------
Author:		Kai Blankenhorn
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Kai Blankenhorn
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) 2.1 or later

Geshi
-----
Author:		Nigel McNie
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2004 - 2007 Nigel McNie
License:	GNU General Public License (GPL) 2 or later

js-calendar
-----------
Author:		Mihai Bazon
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Mihai Bazon, 2002
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) 2.1 or later

js-dtree
--------
Author:		Geir Landrö
Copyright:	Copyright (c) 2002-2003 Geir Landrö
License:	Freeware license

js-jscook-menu
--------------
Author:		Heng Yuan
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2002-2005 by Heng Yuan
License:	MIT License

js-overlib
----------
Author:		Erik Bosrup
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Erik Bosrup 1998-2004. All rights reserved.
License:	Artistic (see http://www.bosrup.com/web/overlib/?License)

js-squeezebox, js-swiff, js-fancyupload
---------------------------------------
Author:		Harald Kirschner
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Harald Kirschner
License:	MIT-style license

js-tab-pane
-----------
Author:		Erik Arvidsson
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 1998 - 2003 Erik Arvidsson
License:	GNU General Public License (GPL)

js-wz-tooltip
-------------
Author:		Walter Zorn
Copyright:	Copyright (c) 2002-2004 Walter Zorn. All rights reserved.
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) 2.1 or later

Mootools
--------
Author:		Valerio Proietti
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2007 Valerio Proietti
License:	MIT license

PHP OpenID
----------
Author:		Janrain, Inc.
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2005 - 2008 Janrain, Inc.
License:	Apache License 2.0

patError
------
Author:		gERD Schaufelberger, Sebastian Mordziol, Stephan Schmidt
Copyright:	Copyright (C) gERD Schaufelberger, Sebastian Mordziol, Stephan Schmidt
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)

patTemplate
-----------
Author:		Stephan Schmidt
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Stephan Schmidt
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)

Pear
----
Author:		Sterling Hughes, Stig Bakken, Tomas V.V.Cox, Greg Beaver
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 1997-2006 The PHP Group
License:	PHP License 3.0

PHPGACL
-------
Author:		Mike Benoit
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2002, 2003 Mike Benoit
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) 2.1 or later

PHPInputfilter
--------------
Author:		Daniel Morris
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Daniel Morris
License:	GNU General Public License (GPL)

PHPMailer
--------
Author:		Brent R. Matzelle
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2001 - 2003 Brent R. Matzelle
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) 2.1

phpUTF8
-------
Author:		Harry Fuecks
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Harry Fuecks
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) 2.1

PHPXMLRPC
---------
Author:		Edd Dumbill
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 1999,2000,2002 Edd Dumbill
License:	BSD License

SimplePie
---------
Author:		Ryan Parman and Geoffrey Sneddon
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2004-2007, Ryan Parman and Geoffrey Sneddon
License:	BSD License

TCPDF
-----
Author:		Nicola Asuni
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Nicola Asuni
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) 2.1

TinyMCE
-------
Author:		Moxiecode Systems
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2005-2006, Moxiecode Systems AB, All rights reserved.
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) 2.1

VCard
-----
Author:		Kai Blankenhorn
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Kai Blankenhorn
License:	GNU General Public License (GPL) 2 or later

XStandard Lite
--------------
Author:		Belus Technology Inc.
Copyright:	Copyright (c) 2006 Belus Technology Inc.
License:	Freeware license

FOOOD Icons
-----------
Copyright:	2004 iCandy Junior Icons
License:	http://www.iconaholic.com/help/joomla.html
Notes:		Please note these icons are NOT OPEN SOURCE but used with permission

Print & Email Front End Icons
-----------------------------
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2005 Plone Foundation
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)



-------------------- Joomla! 1.0 Credits ---------------------

Code contributers:
------------------
Nick Anies
Brad Baker
Ron Bakker
Shayne Bartlett
Tim Broeker
Levis Bisson
Michelle Bisson
Robert Castley
Andrew Eddie
Rey Gigataras
Johan Janssens
Alex Kempkens
Peter Koch
Louis Landry
James Logan
Andy Miller
Mitch Pirtle
Steen Rabol
Peter Russel
Phil Taylor
Brian Teeman
Emir Sakic
Rob Schley
Jean-Marie Simonet
Andy Stewart
Trijnie Wanders
Arno Zijlstra

Joomla! 1.0 includes or is derivative of works distributed under the licenses listed below.
The full text for most of the licenses listed below can be found in the LICENSES.php file.
Some of the licenses could not be copied without permission. In those cases, URLs are
provided to the full text of the license. The original copyright notices have been preserved
within the respective files and or packages.  Please refer to the specific files and/or
packages for more detailed information about the authors, copyrights, and licenses.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Archive
-------
Author:		Vincent Blavet
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 1997-2003 The PHP Group
License:	PHP License 3.0

Cache
-----
Author:		Fabien Marty
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Fabien Marty
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)

Domit
-----
Author:		John Heinstein
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2004 John Heinstein. All rights reserved
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)

ezpdf
-----
Author:		Wayne Munro, R&OS Ltd.
License:	Public Domain

Feedcreator
-----------
Author:		Kai Blankenhorn
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Kai Blankenhorn
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)

js-calendar
-----------
Author:		Mihai Bazon
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Mihai Bazon, 2002
License:    GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)

js-jscook-menu
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Author:		Heng Yuan
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2002-2005 by Heng Yuan
License:    MIT License

js-overlib
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Author:		Erik Bosrup
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Erik Bosrup 1998-2004. All rights reserved.
License:	Artistic (see http://www.bosrup.com/web/overlib/?License)

js-tabs
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Author:		Erik Arvidsson
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 1998 - 2003 Erik Arvidsson
License:	GNU General Public License (GPL)

Mambo
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Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2000 - 2004 Mambo Foundation, Inc.
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2000 - 2004 Miro International Pty Ltd.
License:	GNU General Public License (GPL)

patError
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Author:		gERD Schaufelberger, Sebastian Mordziol, Stephan Schmidt
Copyright:	Copyright (C) gERD Schaufelberger, Sebastian Mordziol, Stephan Schmidt
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)

patTemplate
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Author:		Stephan Schmidt
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Stephan Schmidt
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)

Pear
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Author:		Sterling Hughes, Stig Bakken, Tomas V.V.Cox, Greg Beaver
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 1997-2006 The PHP Group
License:	PHP License 3.0

PHPGACL
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Author:		Mike Benoit
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2002, 2003 Mike Benoit
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)

PHPInputfilter
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Author:		Daniel Morris
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Daniel Morris
License:    GNU General Public License (GPL)

PHPMailer
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Author:		Brent R. Matzelle
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2001 - 2003 Brent R. Matzelle
License:    GNU General Public License (GPL)

TinyMCE
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Author:		Moxiecode Systems
Copyright:	Copyright (C) 2005-2006, Moxiecode Systems AB, All rights reserved.
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)

VCard
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Author:		Kai Blankenhorn
Copyright:	Copyright (C) Kai Blankenhorn
License:	GNU General Public License (GPL)

wz-tooltip
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Author:		Walter Zorn
Copyright:	Copyright (c) 2002-2004 Walter Zorn. All rights reserved.
License:	GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)

FOOOD Icons (Administrator Toolbar)
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Copyright:	2004 iCandy Junior Icons
License:	http://www.iconaholic.com/help/joomla.html
Notes:		Please note these icons are NOT OPEN SOURCE but used with permission
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