Credits

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EPESI framework was developed by Telaxus LLC

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Credits - EPESI Team

  • Janusz Tylek - Idea, Software Architect, Project Manager
  • Adam Bukowski - Lead Programmer, Software Design, Coding
  • Pawel Bukowski - Programmer, Software Design, Coding
  • Paweł Jedwabny - Programmer, Software Design
  • Artur Szuler – Marketing & Business Development Manager


Previous Contributors:

  • Agnieszka Steczkiewicz - Technology Evangelist [12/2012 - 09/2013]
  • Arek Bisaga - Programmer, Software Design , Coding [09/2006 - 01/2013]
  • Olga Chlebus - Project & Translations Coordinator, Help files [08/2008 - 02/2013]
  • Marcin Steczkiewicz - Graphics, Theme, CSS, icons [01/2010 - 03/2011]
  • Wojciech Kabała - Graphics,Theme, CSS [04/2011 - 11/2011]

Translation Contributors:

EPESI is prepared for handling multiple languages. Every user can switch to the language of their choice. We have support for many different alphabets as well as right to left display. We base translations on voluntary contributions from our community, therefore we cannot guarantee that they are complete and 100% accurate. We are very thankful to all comunity members that contributed their time to make EPESI more available across the world.

  • Arabic - Sajed Salaymeh
  • Bulgarian - Alexander Dimov
  • Chinese - Jecky Huang, Littlebear
  • Czech - Vladimír Hajduk
  • Danish - Jonas Jensen (hipcompus.dk)
  • Dutch - John Radian (simplythebest.net), Viva BVBA (www.viva.be)
  • Estonian - Teet Rist
  • Finnish - Matti Ärmänen (www.easer.fi)
  • French - Robert "Zicrob" Gabin (nash.zicrob.com)
  • German - Beat Beer (www.stardesign.ch), Markus Kalmbach, Andreas Brodowski, Stefan Halbscheffel (www.halbscheffel.eu)
  • Greek - Panagiotis Adamopoulos (www.innotech.gr), Yannis Kaskamanidis
  • Hebrew - Matan Amos (www.websitestudio.co.il)
  • Hungarian - Bereczki Tamás
  • Indonesian - Yudi Kurniawan (about.me/yudi.k), Yulwhinar Eka Saputra (www.ekajogja.com)
  • Italian - Samuel Barbera, Alberto Magarelli (www.magarelli.net), Paolo Molina (fattispazio.net), Maurizio Brilli
  • Japanese - Akihiro Hikita (www.fixgaps.biz)
  • Lithuanian - Arūnas Girdziušas, Ovidijus Pukys (www.liutopeda.lt)
  • Norwegian - Roger Haugli (www.dreamsoft.no), Markus Lunde
  • Persian - Mahboobe Maleki (www.miniatel.com)
  • Polish - Arkadiusz Bisaga (epe.si)
  • Portuguese - Cristiano Guilherme de Oliveira Silva (www.cristianoguilherme.com), Bruno Nunes (www.dukkha.com.br), Renan Kleim (renankleim.com.br), Roberto Stzutski (ceos.net.br), Bruno Matias (www.brunomatias.com)
  • Romanian - Paul Gabor, Octavian Blagoi (www.tavibitservice.eu)
  • Russian - Arūnas Girdziušas
  • Slovak - Vladimir Putyra (www.sango.sk)
  • Slovene - Boris Bilc (www.2bgeo.si)
  • Spanish - Diego Rucci, Software Development MH Software (www.mhsoftware.com.ar), Israel Estrada (www.iecoding.com)
  • Swedish - Martin Stenberg (www.gnutiken.se), Peter Krantz
  • Thai - Veerasak Kaewkarn
  • Turkish - Zeki KIRAÇ (www.nobil.com.tr), Yusuf Dincer
  • Vietnamese - Minh Đoàn


With the new translations system (available from version 1.4.0) you can translate EPESI to your language directly from your installation and share your translation with EPESI community with just one click!

Components used in the framework

  • ADOdb - ADOdb is a PHP & Python database class library to provide more powerful abstractions for performing queries and managing databases. ADOdb also hides the differences between the different databases so you can easily switch dbs without changing code. ADOdb is dual licensed using BSD and LGPL. Copyright (c) 2000-2004 John Lim All rights reserved. http://adodb.sourceforge.net
  • Smarty - Smarty is a template engine for PHP. More specifically, it facilitates a manageable way to separate application logic and content from its presentation. Smarty is released under the LGPL (Lesser GPL) Smarty Copyright (c) 2002-2005 New Digital Group, Inc. Authors: Monte Ohrt and Andrei Zmievski http://smarty.net
  • HistoryKeeper - A JavaScript-based library for managing browser history (back button) and providing support for deep linking for Flash and Ajax applications. HistoryKeeper is released under the LGPL (Lesser GPL), version 1.9 (alpha) (2006/04/14) Copyright (c) 2005-2006, Kevin Newman http://www.unfocus.com/Projects/HistoryKeeper/
  • CKeditor - CKEditor is a text editor to be used inside web pages.
  • jQuery - jQuery is a fast, small, and feature-rich JavaScript library.
  • TCPDF - TCPDF is an Open Source PHP class for generating PDF documents
  • Leightbox
  • Lytebox
  • QuickForm - The PEAR::HTML_QuickForm package provides methods for creating, validating, processing HTML forms.
  • Roundcube webmail is a browser-based multilingual IMAP client with an application-like user interface. It provides full functionality you expect from an e-mail client, including MIME support, address book, folder manipulation, message searching and spell checking.
  • ScriptAculoUs - script.aculo.us provides you with easy-to-use, cross-browser user interface JavaScript libraries to make your web sites and web applications fly. http://script.aculo.us/