wrote the original C module and some quick
and dirty python to use it.
Stuart D. Gathman
took that kludge and added threading and context objects to it, wrote a proper
OO wrapper (Milter.py) that handles attachments, did lots of testing, packaged
it with distutils, and generally transformed it from a quick hack to a
real, usable Python extension.
Other contributors (in random order):
If I have left anybody out, send me a reminder:
- Christian Hafner
- for the pymilter mascot image of
- Stephen Figgins
- for reporting problems building with sendmail-8.12, and when
building milter.so for the first time.
- Dave MacQuigg
- for noticing that smfi_insheader wasn't supported, and creating
a template to help first time pymilter users create their own milter.
- Terence Way
- for providing a Python port of SPF
- Scott Kitterman
- for doing lots of testing and debugging of SPF against draft standard,
and for putting up a
web page that validates SPF records using spf.py
- Alexander Kourakos
- for plugging several memory leaks
- George Graf at Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration
- for handling None passed to setreply and chgheader.
- Deron Meranda
- for IPv6 patches
- Jason Erikson
- for handling NULL hostaddr in connect callback.
- John Draper
- for porting Python milter to OpenBSD, and starting to work on tutorials
then pointing out that it would be easier to just write the MTA in Python.
- Eric S. Johansson
- for helpful design discussions while working on camram
- Alex Savguira
- for finding bugs with international headers and
suggesting the scan_zip option.
- Business Management Systems
- for hosting the website, and providing paying clients who need milter
service so I can work on it as part of my day job.