Horspool is professor of Computer Science at the University
of Victoria, Canada,
and immediate past-chair. He conceived the Views idea in February 2002,
and implemented the current standard version which runs on Windows. He
is working on a new reflective version of Windows as well as a
generalisation of the idea to other APIs, known as ToolKitMagic.
Judith Bishop is a professor of Computer Science at the University of Pretoria. She assisted in the design of Views, wrote many of the programs that use Views on the website and in C# Concisely. She keeps people on the project connected and interacts with the sponsors. She wrote or co-authored the papers on Views.
Worrall is an MSc student and Project Manager in the Polelo
Laboratory at the University of Pretoria. He wrote the Qt version of
Views which enables Views to run on platforms other than Windows.
Miller third year student at UP, who did early work on an XML-GUI
system which fed many ideas into Views. D-J continues to research
around the area for us and come up with good ideas.
Kathrin Berg, MSc student at UP in the Polelo Lab, who tests the many Views programs that are used in C# Concisely.
Jonathan Mason, MSc
student at UVic, is assisting with the rewriting of Views2 which uses
reflection internally. He is also involved on the ToolkitMagic project
for his MSc.
Ratshinanga Honours student at UP who took the initiative to
produce the produce the very helpful Views Tutorial linked on this site.
Johannes Eickhold, Mathhias Kempka and
Mihael Vrbanec are students in Computer Science at the University of
Karlsruhe, Germany. They successfully ported ViewsQt to Linux to run on
Rajwinder Panesar-Walawege, who received her MSc from UVic in 2003 for a thesis based on Views.
Scholz (The University of Sydney, Australia) worked on a front end
updated 19 June 2004