In the process of making WISP, I relied on the assistance of many people and resources. As a result, I would like to enumerate those who were so generous with their time and patience. This is by no means a comprehensive list, but here it is nonetheless.
- First and foremost, the maintainers of the Linux kernel, without which this entire system would have been beyond the realm of possibility.
- The Debian Project, as I would have been hopeless to compile all of that software.
- The Linux From Scratch project, since it helped me to become less hopeless at compiling said software.
- The ntfsprogs developers for making it possible to make intelligent images of NTFS partitions on a whim and also for providing a number of other related tools.
- The helpful and friendly inhabitants of FreeNode IRC channels #debian and #python, for putting up with my inane and ecclectic questions and helping me find solutions.
- Matthew Barrick, a friend of mine from college, for doing very much the same.
- Caleb Hulse, for ruthlessly and with malice of forethought destroying my software in ways I had never conceived possible (read: testing WISP).
- Brett Hente, for charitibly donating $100 USD to the project and providing bug reports and feedback.
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