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1This package was debianized by Gregory Nathan Price <price@mit.edu> on
22008-04-06.
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4It was downloaded by svn from file:///afs/sipb.mit.edu/project/barnowl/src/svn
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6Upstream Authors: barnowl-dev@mit.edu
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8Barnowl was written primarily by Nelson Elhage and Alejandro Sedeno,
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12The original owl was primarily written by James Kretchmar at the
13Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with substantial contributions
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