[quicwg/base-drafts] Add Contributors (#3278)

Martin Thomson <notifications@github.com> Thu, 28 November 2019 03:04 UTC

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The list of people who have made contributions is LONG.  This issue will track creation of a list of contributors.

This will list people's name properly.  We're now allowed to use non-ASCII codepoints in names, we should exploit that fully.  Names that are mostly Latin can use the native form; for people with non-Latin names (like @kazuho), we probably should include an anglicized version so that they remain recognizable to those of us not sufficiently versed in their native language.

My current inclination is to avoid listing affiliations for a range of reasons, including the number of affiliation changes over the course of this process and the fact that this information was not always available.

This isn't an open invitation to get your name listed.  Nor is this an opportunity to get your paper cited.  My view is that editors reserve the right to decide who is listed and that is not open to debate.  I also hold that non-substantive contributions like fixing a typo - while greatly appreciated - does not in itself justify inclusion.  All that said, we're probably likely to miss at least some of the many people who have helped out.  Once the list is assembled, let the editors know if there are omissions or corrections.

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