The people that made great contributions available for anyone, both in the form of data packages or reusable software packages. Thanks go to:
- Jim Breen for his incredible WWWJDIC Japanese Dictionary Server. It's what makes this thing alive.
- Jim Rose and other contributors at Kanji Cafe, for creating the collection of Stroke Order Diagrams, and for their great help about the use of SODs in this software.
- Peter van der Woude for kindly allowing the use of the kanji lists from his web site.
- The people at The Lobo Project, for their great package Cobra Toolkit, which is actually the key element of this software's GUI.
- Philips S Tellis, the developer of the HTML.Template.java package, which has been used extensively in this software.
- The people at the JDOM Project, always useful.
- Jeff Chapman for his BrowserLauncher2, helping not to reinvent the wheel.
- Yars Lencken for his help with similarity models for kanji. Check here for information on this topic.