Xanadu Project Participants
This Wiki page is for those who wish to participate to tell
others a bit about themselves. For those who wish to remain
anonymous, that's fine too.
(please add yourself to this list, and even a page describing your background)
- JeffRush, email@example.com, systems programmer and your wiki host (my background(approve sites))
- DavidDurand, david.durand at tizra point com, old hypertext guy, now living off the web. You can find a lot of pointers to my pages from http://www.alien-head.com(approve sites).
- RogerGregory, firstname.lastname@example.org, author and designer of most of Udanax Green, and frustrated participant in the Udanax Gold event. Custodian of the Archives.
- JohnDougan, email@example.com, Xanadu fan from way back (I even have a copy of the large format Computer Lib/Dream Machines). Now a professional Smalltalk hacker.
- SteveWitham, firstname.lastname@example.org, a Xanadu hanger-on since 1981.
- ShawnRutledge, email@example.com, interested in building a knowledge-base implementation on top of Xanadu
- DavidJones, firstname.lastname@example.org, working on a simple prototype of a small part of Udanax-Gold. Dolphin Smalltalk source and Windows demo are available(approve sites).
- DanielDutkiewicz, email@example.com, a systems engineer, that hacked the pyxi interface for udanax green to run under cygwin.
- AndrewPam, firstname.lastname@example.org, long time Xanadu fan who has worked closely with Ted Nelson since the early 1990s, system administrator of the Xanadu and Udanax infrastructure including servers, domain names, web sites, mailing lists etc. (Xanadu Australia(approve sites), my professional web site(approve sites))
- JackSeay?, email@example.com I am a future user of Xanadu/zigzag who is trying to define what it is, what it will be like to use it, what the benefits will be, how it will be better than what we have today, and it's structure (back-end and front-end). (hyperworlds(approve sites))
- Chris Nelson, firstname.lastname@example.org, general hypertext enuthusist.
- Ted Nelson, founder of the project in 1960 and still holder of the registered trademark Xanadu(R) for software. I am pleased that these pages now clarify the distinction between the two entirely different massive Xanadu software efforts, xu88 ("Udanax Green") and xu92 ("Udanax Gold"). However, the only official continuing Xanadu work derives from xu88. That latest official design of Xanadu is called Transliterature, now at transliterature.org. (Currently missing from these pages.) It is a client-side simplification of xu88/Green that drops the enfilades but still assembles content from all over, shows transclusions, and applies selected links. A client is in the works. (D3)
- Chris Hibbert. (blog(approve sites), homepage(approve sites)) I worked at Xanadu Operating Company from 1990 to 1993, and with the companies (Memex, Filoli) that bought the rights to the IP for a short while afterwards. I'm currently looking into KeithHensonsPapers archived(approve sites) at Stanford.