- Yves Lafon
- Yves has joined the Jigsaw project in october 1996. And, among other
things, he did the JigAdmin tool. He became lead of the Jigsaw Activity
in August 1997, he is now also the principal team contact of the XML
Protocol Working Group
- Carine Bournez
- Carine joined the Jigsaw project in december 2001.
- Anselm started the Jigsaw project within W3C in october 1995. He did
all the successive designs that leads to the current 1.0beta1 version.
He is the "father" of Jigsaw. He left W3C at the end of August
- Benoît Mahé
- Benoît joined the Jigsaw team on october 1st 1997, after doing his
internship in the team. He worked on Server side include (added jdbc
related commands), servlets, jdbc PICS label bureau, and various
contributions to JigAdmin. He contributed a lot to the Jigsaw/2.0
prototype and he did the new JigAdmin. He left at the end of January
- Jeff Dripps
- Provided lots of feedback on running Jigsaw on the Mac.
- Paul Henshaw
- Paul contributed a PushCacheFilter for Jigsaw 2.2.1
- Thomas Kopp
- Thomas contributed an ssl extension as well as many fixes
- Has done numerous experiments with Jigsaw, and provided a nice
lot of bug reports.
- Henrik Frystyk Nielsen
- Provide lots of design ideas for the HTTP client side, among with
invaluable help on how to implement HTTP/1.1.
- Antonio Ramirez
- Wrote the code for server side includes and image maps,
contributed to the new filtering model.
- Early Users
- A lot of people have contributed to Jigsaw through the mailing
list, they are too numerous to be cited by name here.
How can I Help?
If you plan to develop new features for Jigsaw
or if you already have
developed something new, please submit it to the Jigsaw Team
. Don't forget to read the Programmer Documentation
before you start to extends Jigsaw
How to get the latest updates
If you are a CVS
should use the W3C public CVS
to get the latest updates.
Anonymous checkout is read-only access which allows you to get the latest
edits and to provide patches to be integrated into the code base. The
instructions should work for both Unix and Windows. Make sure you are running
at least CVS 1.9 or later. Start by login as follows:
% cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com:/sources/public
after which you type "anonymous" as password.
Checkout the latest revision
To get the latest version from the CVS repository, run this command:
% cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/sources/public -z3
After which you will get all the code coming at you.