The following developer groups have made it possible to produce Snøfrix.
They in turn rely on the many thousands of independent software developers who create Free Software.
|Debian||Debian is the world's largest distributor of non-commercial software.|
|Knoppix||Knoppix is the Linux Live CD that provides the technical framework for Snøfrix.|
|Skolelinux||Skolelinux/Debian-Edu makes thin-client networks for schools based on Free Software.|
Snøfrix is originally a Norwegian project, created in collaboration with
The following people have contributed their time, skill, and energy to developing and promoting Snøfrix.
|Tore Sinding Bekkedal||Software suggestions|
|Arnt Ove Gregersen||Website and software suggestions|
|Klaus Ade Johnstad||Strategy and software suggestions|
|Gaute Hvoslef Kvalnes||OpenOffice.org help and software suggestions|
|Jarle Langeland||Promotion and User Interface|
|Jim Oksvold||Bug-hunting and software suggestions|
|Bjørn Roger Rasmussen||Bug-hunting|
|Petter Reinholdtsen||Technical advice|
|Knut Yrvin||Promotion, promotion, and more promotion|
|Ole-Erik Yrvin||Strategy and Promotion|
The following people have contributed their time, skill, and energy to translating the documentation for Snøfrix.
To find out where you can get native language versions of Snøfrix, click here. To read the documentation, click on a flag.
|de||German||Ute Rupp, Denise Paschen|
|is||Icelandic||Björgvin Ragnarsson, who also recommended the kids icons|
|no||Norwegian Bokmål||Astri Kleppe, Tore Sinding Bekkedal, Axel Bojer|
|pt||Portuguese||Antonio Amorim, author of PAIPIX|
|us||US English||Conrad Newton|
User feedback is a vital part of the development process. The more you participate in this process, the more likely you are to see the results you want. Feedback occurs mostly through four channels: