pypdf had a lot of contributors since it started with pyPdf in 2005. We are a free software project without any company affiliation. We cannot pay contributors, but we do value their contributions. A lot of time, effort, and expertise went into this project. With this list, we recognize those awesome people 🤗
The list is definitely not complete. You can find more contributors via the git history and GitHubs ‘Contributors’ feature.
Contributors to the pypdf (formerly pyPdf / PyPDF2) project
McNeil, Karen: Arabic Language Support
pubpub-zz: involved in community development
Adding a new contributor
Anybody who has an commit in main - no matter how big/small or how many. Also if it’s via co-authored-by.
People who opened helpful issues: (1) Bugs: with complete MCVE (2) Well-described feature requests (3) Potentially some more. The maintainers of pypdf have the last call on that one.
Community work: This is exceptional. If the maintainers of pypdf see people being super helpful in answering issues / discussions or being very active on Stackoverflow, we also consider them being contributors to pypdf.
Contributors can add themselves or ask via an Github Issue to be added.
Please use the following format:
* Last name, First name: 140-characters of text; links to linkedin / github / other profiles and personal pages are ok
* GitHub Username: 140-characters of text; links to linkedin / github / other profiles and personal pages are ok
and add the entry in the alphabetical order. People who . The 140 characters are everything visible after the
Please don’t use images.