People who worked on the port of Linux to the Jornada 820 include
But all this work wouldn't have been possible without the fine people from
who completed the initial porting effort and
first made the kernel to boot (with a console over serial).
who did an amazing job at making the machine usable,
with console and PCMCIA support.
who not only hacked, but also patiently gathered
all the knowledge upon which we base our hacking.
who started the project
and tied it together with twiddled penguin guts.
who brought us the mailing-list, and hope in a time when it was lost.
who contributed the web pages and more.
last but not least, who came with his raw hacks out of space.
insert your name here,
don't be shy, come on and join us!
You don't have to be a deep kernel hacker
(though we could use your talents if you are):
there's plenty of work to be done packaging a nice userland.
Finally, we must thank all the developers of free software
who brought us
the GNU development environment,
for our toolchain and minimal userland,
and beyond that,
all the free software that makes a usable platform out of Linux.
who host our project.
who ported Linux (kernel and userland) to many handheld devices,
and on top of whose efforts we build.
who helped us in our initial efforts to port the kernel,
including the finding of the infamous counter @ C005C080.
- ARM Linux,
who made Linux run on the ARM.
who brought us Linux, to begin with!