We are grateful to Lars Buitinck, Maarten Geraedts, Allan van Hulst, Auke Klazema, Bart Leusink, Miguel Lezama, Charl Linssen, Jan Mikac, Steffen Michels, Roel van Rijswijk, Bruno Sarlo, Thierry Stamper, Artyom Syazantsev, Rens van Summeren, Pieter van der Vlis, Jordy Voesten, Ilona Wilmont, Andrew Wolters and Feng Zhu for their contributions to the development of LogiLogi over the years. Among them we want to especially thank Bruno, Charl, Miguel, and Steffen, without whom LogiLogi would not have been what it is today.
We would also like to thank the Philosophy Department of the University of Groningen for the initial small grant that got LogiLogi Manta started, and the University of Nijmegen which twice provided a group of Computer- and Information Science students to work on LogiLogi for credits as part of their GIPHouse program. In addition we are grateful to the OFSET (Organization for Free Software in Education and Teaching) foundation for supporting us with a small grant, and we wish to personally name Odile Benassy, for the French translation she made of the first, short version of this paper.
In addition we would like to thank the audiences of our presentations at the FOSDEM (Free and Open source Software Developers' European Meeting) of 2007 and 2009 in Brussels, the TDOSE (Technical Dutch Open Source Event) of 2007 in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, the ECAP (European conference on Computing and Philosophy) conferences of 2008 and 2009 in Montpellier and Barcelona, the Digital Humanities 2008 conference in Oulu, Finland, the RMLL (Rencontres Mondiales du Logiciel Libre) of 2008 in Mont-de-Marssan, France, the FKFT (Free Knowledge, Free Technology Conference) of 2008 in Barcelona, and the Philosophers Rally of 2009 in Enschede, the Netherlands, for their questions and insightful comments.
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