QDL is a product of Software Customization Services, Inc., located in Baltimore, MD, USA. The principal developer is Charles Chandler.
Many thanks to the fine people who have provided the tools necessary to build a better Internet.
Thanks also to Benny Baumann, Keith Beckman, Davide Cervone, S. C. Chen, Geoffrey Dairiki, Markus Fischer, John Forkosh, John Goerzen, Chuck Hagenbuch, Neil Harris, Tim Haselaars, John Heinstein, Tanase Laurentiu Iulian, Paul Jones, Lucien Jospin, Matt Kruse, Yousuke Kumakura, Einar Lielmanis, Brent Matzelle, Nigel McNie, Greg Miernicki, Stephen Morley, Jan Odvárko, Alexander van Oostenrijk, John Resig, Cesar Rodas, Jan Schneider, Jose Solorzano, and Jac Wright for code contributions.
Thanks most of all to Ted Nelson, who tirelessly seeks to demonstrate how the natural language of the human brain could be instantiated in modern software. (See Project Xanadu.) He invented hypertext, one of the essential features of the Internet. QDL is based on Nelson's more powerful concept of transclusion (the ability to embed some or all of one document into another, by linking instead of copying and pasting).
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