Kunena Forum - Team credits

Kunena

Kunena® Forum is an open source project that requires the dedication and investment of personal time from various contributors. This version has been made possible by the following contributors :

Florian Dal Fitto
Development

Jelle Kok
Development and Design

Richard Binder
Forum Moderation and Testing

Matias Griese
Development

Oliver Ratzesberger
Founder

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The Kunena Team would like to thank the community for its help and support. We also appreciate the hard work of everyone who have translated Kunena into many other languages. In addition we would like to thank many members of www.kunena.org, past and present, who have contributed and helped make this a more stable and bugfree version.

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