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C I R C L E M U D 3 . 0
Circle-MUD was developed from DikuMUD (Gamma 0.0) by Jeremy "Ras" Elson at
Johns Hopkins University's Department of Computer Science. All code unique
to Circle-MUD is protected under a copyright by the Trustees of the Johns
Many, many people contributed to Circle-MUD in one way or another throughout
the course of its development. Although it's impossible for me to remember
them all, I'd like to extend special thanks to certain people:
-- Jeff Fink, for submitting a veritable mountain of excellent code.
-- Chris Epler and Chris Herringshaw for extensive beta-testing and bug
-- Furry (Alex Fletcher), for single-handedly managing Circle's world files.
-- Fred Merkel, Ryan Watkins, Jay Levino, and Sharon Goza, for other
code and area submissions.
-- Jean-Jack Riethoven, for porting the code to the Amiga.
-- Bill Bogstad and Tim Stearns, for allowing Circle to exist.
-- The DikuMUD folk, and the good old WhatMUD implementors Dave & Justin,
for starting the ball rolling.
-- Bryan Jolson, Steven Lacher, Cat Stanton, and Naved Surve, for being
there in the very early days of Circle's development.
-- And, of course, Sharon, Ben, Erica, Aly, and Josh, for keeping me sane.
...plus everyone else in the Circle community who has submitted material!