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Contributors to the 2016 Edition of the Standard
Eric Azebu, Aaron Ballman, Jill Britton, Vaclav Bubnik, G. Ann Campbell, Geoff Clare, Lori Flynn, Amy Gale, Arthur Hicken, David Keaton, Will Klieber, Masaki Kubo, Carol Lallier, Fred Long, Daniel Marjamäki, Robert Seacord, Martin Sebor, Sandy Shrum, Will Snavely, David Svoboda, Yozo Toda, Barbara White, and Liz Whiting
Contributors and Reviewers of Previous Editions of the Standard
Arbob Ahmad, Juan Alvarado, Dave Aronson, Abhishek Arya, Berin Babcock-McConnell, Roberto Bagnara, Aaron Ballman, BJ Bayha, John Benito, Joe Black, Jodi Blake, Jill Britton, Levi Broderick, Hal Burch, J. L. Charton, Steven Christey, Ciera Christopher, Geoff Clare, Frank Costello, Joe Damato, Stephen C. Dewhurst, Susan Ditmore, Chad Dougherty, Mark Dowd, Apoorv Dutta, Emily Evans, Xiaoyi Fei, William Fithen, Hallvard Furuseth, Jeffrey Gennari, Andrew Gidwani, Ankur Goyal, Douglas A. Gwyn, Shaun Hedrick, Michael Howard, Sujay Jain, Christina Johns, Pranjal Jumde, David Keaton, Andrew Keeton, David Kohlbrenner, Takuya Kondo, Masaki Kubo, Pranav Kukreja, Richard Lane, Stephanie Wan-Ruey Lee, Jonathan Leffler, Pengfei Li, Fred Long, Justin Loo, Gregory K. Look, Nat Lyle, Larry Maccherone, Aditya Mahendrakar, Lee Mancuso, John McDonald, James McNellis, Randy Meyers, Dhruv Mohindra, Bhaswanth Nalabothula, Todd Nowacki, Adrian Trejo Nuñez, Bhadrinath Pani, Vishal Patel, David M. Pickett, Justin Pincar, Dan Plakosh, Thomas Plum, Abhijit Rao, Raunak Rungta, Dan Saks, Alexandre Santos, Brendan Saulsbury, Roger Scott, Robert C. Seacord, Martin Sebor, Jason Michael Sharp, Astha Singhal, Will Snavely, Nick Stoughton, Alexander E. Strommen, Glenn Stroz, David Svoboda, Dean Sutherland, Kazunori Takeuchi, Chris Tapp, Chris Taschner, Mira Sri Divya Thambireddy, Melanie Thompson, Elpiniki Tsakalaki, Ben Tucker, Fred J. Tydeman, Abhishek Veldurthy, Wietse Venema, Alex Volkovitsky, Michael Shaye-Wen Wang, Grant Watters, Tim Wilson, Eric Wong, Lutz Wrage, Shishir Kumar Yadav, Gary Yuan, Ricky Zhou, and Alen Zukich
Stefan Achatz, Arbob Ahmad, Laurent Alebarde, Kevin Bagust, Greg Beeley, Arjun Bijanki, John Bode, Konrad Borowski, Stewart Brodie, Jordan Brown, Andrew Browne, G Bulmer, Kyle Comer, Sean Connelly, Ale Contenti, Tom Danielsen, Eric Decker, Mark Dowd, T. Edwin, Brian Ewins, Justin Ferguson, William L. Fithen, Stephen Friedl, Hallvard Furuseth, Shay Green, Samium Gromoff, Kowsik Guruswamy, Jens Gustedt, Peter Gutmann, Douglas A. Gwyn, Richard Heathfield, Darryl Hill, Paul Hsieh, Ivan Jager, Steven G. Johnson, Anders Kaseorg, Matt Kraai, Piotr Krukowiecki, Jerry Leichter, Nicholas Marriott, Frank Martinez, Scott Meyers, Eric Miller, Charles-Francois Natali, Ron Natalie, Adam O’Brien, Heikki Orsila, Balog Pal, Jonathan Paulson, P.J. Plauger, Leslie Satenstein, Kirk Sayre, Neil Schellenberger, Michel Schinz, Eric Sosman, Chris Tapp, Andrey Tarasevich, Yozo Toda, Josh Triplett, Pavel Vasilyev, Ivan Vecerina, Zeljko Vrba, David Wagner, Henry S. Warren, Colin Watson, Zhenyu Wu, Drew Yao, Christopher Yeleighton, and Robin Zhu
The SEI CERT Secure Coding Team
Lori Flynn, William Klieber, Robert Schiela, and David Svoboda
I happen to notice a name missing from the contributors section – Roger Scott did a bunch of work that wound up in the document, I believe. Also, David Keaton and I are no longer on the secure coding team (though I don't mind being an emeritus member! ).
Robert C. Seacord
I'm pretty much the only person not listed on the SEI CERT Secure Coding Team, even though I created this page.
I've updated the personnel on both the team and contributors as suggested.
Aaron (and Robert, since you liked Aaron's comment),
Which edition, or when, did Roger contribute to? The "previous editions" list on the page comes pretty much straight out of the acknowledgements in the second edition of the book. And did he contribute content or review, or both? Roger Scott isn't listed in it.
We also reviewed all the people's accounts that either edited pages or comments, and I don't think his name came up. I'd like to put his name in the most appropriate section.
Roger contributed to the creation of TS 17961 and I believe he contributed many of the words that are in some of the front matter (such as the Taint Analysis page), though perhaps not directly through the wiki.
I've updated the page. Roger Scott is now listed as a contributor to previous editions.