Cheetah was created by Tavis Rudd, with contributions from many open source volunteers. R. Tyler Croy is the current maintainer. Its original documentation was edited by Mike Orr, who also wrote its command line tool.

We'd like to thank the following people for contributing valuable advice, encouragement, code and bug reports:

  • Aaron Held
  • Alex Le Dain
  • Alex Martelli
  • Alvaro Tejero Cantero
  • Andrea Arcangeli
  • Andreas Poisel
  • Andrew Glover
  • Andrew Johnson
  • Arkaitz Bitorika
  • Baruch Even
  • Bob Van Zant
  • Brian Bird
  • Chad Walstrom
  • Chris Murphy
  • Christophe Eymard
  • Chuck Esterbrook
  • Chui Tey
  • Clark C. Evans
  • Craig Kattner
  • David Warnock
  • Deelan
  • Dirk Hoffmann
  • Donnie Hale
  • Doug Wyatt
  • Edmund Lian
  • Erik Forsberg
  • Federico Di Gregorio
  • Franz Geiger
  • Geir Magnusson
  • Geoff Talvola
  • Graham Dumpleton
  • Greg Czajkowski
  • Hamish Lawson
  • Henning Hasemann
  • Ian Bicking
  • James Robinson
  • Jamieson Becker
  • Jaroslaw Zabiello
  • Jay Love
  • Jeff Johnson
  • Jeremiah Bellomy
  • Johan Fredrik Ohman
  • Johannes Erdfelt
  • Jonathan Mark
  • Jose Galvez
  • Jurie Horneman
  • Keith Devens
  • Kevin Dangoor
  • Leith Parkin
  • Leonard Richardson
  • Marcin Gajda
  • Markus Jais
  • Max Ischenko
  • Michael Engelhart
  • Michael Halle
  • Michel Thadeu
  • Mike Warren
  • Oleg Broytmann
  • Olivier Favre-Simon
  • Paul Boddie
  • Patrick K. O'Brien
  • Paul Sorenson
  • Peyton McCullough
  • Peter Hunt
  • Peter Mott
  • Peter Lyons
  • Peter White
  • Philippe Normand
  • Pierre-Yves Delens
  • Rene Pijlman
  • Rimon Barr
  • Robert Cowham
  • Robert Kuzelj
  • Rodrigo B. de Oliveira
  • Scott Sanders
  • Sasa Zivkov
  • Shannon -jj Behrens
  • Stephan Diehl
  • Stephane Bortzmeyer
  • Steve Holden
  • Suriya Narayanan
  • Terrel Shumway
  • Todd Thomas
  • Tracy Ruggles
  • Tom Schwaller
  • Warren Smith
  • William Dodé
  • Winston Wolff
  • Zed Lopez

The Velocity, WebMacro, Smarty and Mason projects provided inspiration and design ideas. Cheetah has benefited from the creativity and energy of their developers. Thank you.

On a historical note, Cheetah is one of several templating frameworks that grew out of a "templates" thread on the Webware for Python email list.

Cheetah was created by Tavis Rudd, with contributions from many open source volunteers.
R. Tyler Croy is the current maintainer.
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