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Taverna Developers

Taverna is an open source source project and has been contributed to by many people. The contribution of must be highlighted; he was responsible for much of Taverna 1 and was the lead designer for Taverna 2.

A partial list of current developers includes:

works on Taverna 1 and 2, especially provenance and results viewing
developed the Dataplayground and is now working on e-Labs
Yoshinobu Kano from the Tsujii Laboratory at the University of Tokyo, Japan
developing a U-compare text-mining processor for Taverna
Eddie Kawas from the BioMoby Consortium
responsible for most of BioMoby support within Taverna
Hajo Krabbenhoft
working on the ARC plugin
works on provenance for Taverna 2
works on Taverna 1 and 2, especially user interface, Grid and security-related issues
works on Taverna 2 portal and portlet support
works on Taverna 1 and 2, especially in the areas of WSDL support and plugin, data and provenance management, and Taverna server
works on a new user interface for Taverna
works on Taverna 1 and 2, development for caGrid, general infrastructure including WSRF and plugin management
works on the website, user support and Taverna 1 and 2
worked on Taverna 1 and Taverna 2, especially support for BioMart, Taverna server, plugin and data management
Ingo Wassink from the University of Twente, Netherlands
wrote the R-shell support

Previous developers include:

worked on running workflows from myExperiment and on the Taverna 2 myExperiment plugin for Taverna
worked on Feta
Justin Ferris
Mark Fortner
Chris Greenhalgh
Kevin Glover
worked on Grid use, especially the myProxy
worked on Taverna 1, especially Feta, annotation and discovery
Nikolaos Matskanis
developer of Taverna 1 and lead designer for Taverna 2 and designer and developer of the Taverna 2 platform
Matthew Pocock
Martin Senger
developed the original SoapLab
worked on Taverna 1, especially provenance and the logbook plugin
worked on object identity and provenance description