Throughout the existence of the JSonar project many people have helped us in various ways to keep the project going: by donating money, translating scripts and documentation into other languages, contributing code, finding bugs or encouraging the project in other ways. The following list is therefore not exhaustive by any means.

  • Gordon Kent – creator of he original JAWS scripts for Sonar.
  • Victor Tsaran – A primary developer in the JSonar team; previously (for much of the project's life), the sole maintainer and developer of the project (with contributions from others); sole developer of the installer; author of the control surface DLL that empowers much of JSonar starting from versions 4.2 and 5.2.
  • James Teh – another JSonar developer; provider and maintainer of the resources for the repository.
  • Michael Curran – provided large portions of the toolbar code, automatic window docking functionality, other miscellaneous code and valuable scripting ideas.
  • Jim Snowbarger (aka Snowman) – creator and maintainer of the Hot Spot Clicker JAWS scripts. These scripts enable JSonar to provide support for many Sonar and third-party plug-ins which would be totally inaccessible otherwise.
  • Phil Muir – creator of the Hot Spot Clicker sets for the entire suite of Sonitus plug-ins. For more information, please visit www.hotspotclic­ker.org.
  • Tim Burgess – provided code for monitoring control surface output.
  • Jim Bauer – provided initial idea for accessibility of loop construction view and code for step record dialog.
  • Victor Gorelov, Paul Erkens, Marco Zehe, DJX, Nicaise Dogbo and Janne Svensson – helped to translate JSonar into Russian, Dutch, German, Spanish, French and Swedish languages respectively.
  • All the donors from around the world who fuel the project through their financial support.
  • D!J!X, Chris Bell, Geoff Chapman, Slava Hanov, Jason Dasent, Roy Shtupler, Rob Gallo and others.