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Our current donors.
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 but is an attempt to recognize the people who gave their money, energy and support to keep this project going.
- Musicians in Focus – UK.
- Sébastien Vincent
- Arnaud de Bonald – France.
- John Sanfilippo – USA.
- Olivier BERT – France.
- jack conti – USA.
- Chris Bell – USA.
- Jean-Philippe Rykiel – France.
- Jason Dasent – Trinidad.
- Geoff Chapman – Australia.
- Stefano Skala – Italy.
- Rory Hoffman – USA.
- Jean Guy Bruneau – Canada.
- Mark Faben – UK.
- Paul Erkens – The Netherlands.
- Gudrun Brunot – USA.
- N Dimitriou – UK.
- Brian Olesen – Denmark.
- Rick Alfa – USA.
- Rene Friedrich – Germany.
- Gordon Kent – creator of he original JAWS scripts for Sonar.
- Victor Tsaran – A primary developer in the JSonar team; (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; streamlined a lot of JSonar code and gave it a shiny always-clean look.
- Peter Torpey – „Step Record“ dialog and other enhancements as well as help with documentation.
- 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 and many third-partyplug-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.
- D!J!X, Chris Bell, Geoff Chapman, Slava Hanov, Jason Dasent, Roy Shtupler, Rob Gallo and others.
Recent blog posts
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- JSonar beta with support for displaying meters on a Braille display
- Welcome JSonar 8.5.2!
- ViewPoints podcast on Sonar and JSonar
- JSonar.org is back online!
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