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Culture Change through Credit (C3) - TAG F

Contributors:
  1. Garry Baker
  2. Monica Bradford
  3. Adrian Burton
  4. Phil Campbell
  5. Ken Casey
  6. Cyndy Chandler
  7. John Chodacki
  8. Donald Collins
  9. Cathy Constable
  10. Sunje Dallmeier-Tiessen
  11. Bart de Lathouwer
  12. Ivan DeLoatch
  13. Ingrid Dillo
  14. Kirsten Elger
  15. Liz Ferguson
  16. Helen Glaves
  17. Laurel Haak
  18. Alex Halliday
  19. Ken Heideman
  20. Brian Hole
  21. Iain Hrynaszkiewicz
  22. Kate Perry
  23. Anthony Koppers
  24. Tracy LaMondue
  25. Chuck Meertens
  26. Thomas Meisel
  27. Jean-Bernard Minster
  28. Isabel Montanez
  29. Swapna Padhye
  30. Joel Plotkin
  31. Dana Rehm
  32. Francois Robida
  33. Bruce Rosenblum
  34. Maxine Smith
  35. Catherine Ste-Marie
  36. Michael Stebbins
  37. Diane Sullenberger
  38. Todd Toler
  39. John Towns
  40. Robert Vocke
  41. Jesse Wiley
  42. Martin Fenner
  43. Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld
  44. Amrutha Elamparuthy

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Description: TBD: Implementing author credit/recognition practices

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