Eric Bishop (gargoyle-router.com): Project founder, lead developer of Gargoyle
Paul Bixel: Implemented Active Congestion Control, as well as many other improvements to QoS
Artur Wronowski (openwrt.pl): Implemented wake-on-lan functionality along with several minor improvements/fxes
Cezary Jackiewicz: Translated Gargoyle into Polish in addition to contributing several minor code fixes and correcting several typos
Piotr Karbowski (github.com/slashbeast): Implemented numerous bugfixes and performance improvements
Tony Butler: Implemented several improvements for displaying tables and large buttons
Igor Fedorenko: Implemented inclusion of latest git commit in default version label
Carol Fournier (firstname.lastname@example.org): Created the graphic design for gargoyle-router.com
Shane Ringrose: Wrote significant portions of the documentation, forum moderator
Benjamin Coy (tenorposaune.net): Provided several very helpful suggestions regarding the web design and css implementation of Gargoyle
FRiC (ivoidwarranties.blogspot.com): Provided significant help in testing Gargoyle, particularly PPPoE functionality
The Gargoyle logo was derived from the Gargoyle font created by Manfred Klein, which he makes freely available for both commercial and non-commercial use (manfred-klein.ina-mar.com).
The Gargoyle interface is a front end for the excellent OpenWrt Kamikaze firmware, and this project would clearly not have been possible without all the hard work of the OpenWrt team (openwrt.org).
Gargoyle is copyright © 2008-2011 by Eric Bishop
Gargoyle is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2.0 as published by the Free Software Foundation, with the following clarification/exception that permits adapting the program to configure proprietary “back end” software provided that all modifications to the web interface portion remain covered by this license:
This clarification/exception shall apply to the license of all derived works, and must appear in all relevant documentation. If you choose to release your modification to the Program under a later version of the GPL that directly contridicts this clarification/exception, this clarification/exception shall supersede any contradictory language in that version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.