Who looks after the Squid project?

The Squid project, originally funded by a NSF grant, is now run entirely by volunteers. There are a few key individuals who keep the project running.

Duane Wessels

Duane has been the Squid coordinator since the project inception. He and his company The Measurement Factory currently provide hosting and administrative services to maintain Squid's presence on the internet.

Henrik Nordström

Henrik is the release manager of the Squid-2 releases, and spends a lot of his time fixing various bugs and helping out on squid-users. He makes his living from Squid consulting and other Open Source related activities.

Amos Jeffries

Amos is the release manager of the Squid-3 series, and spends a lot of his time fixing various bugs and helping out on squid-users. He makes his living from web content delivery and software development.

Alex Rousskov

Alex has been contributing since 1997 and is managing many Squid projects. His focus is on smooth project operation and advanced feature development based on a healthy mix of volunteer and commercial activities.

Francesco Chemolli

Kinkie provides resources and man-power to maintain the Squid Wiki repository and integration testing machinery. He also pops in from time to time to fix the odd bug.

Robert Collins

Robert was integral in the initial Squid-3 work and the development of the prototype "client streams" interface. He pops in from time to time to help out with C++ issues.

Guido Serassio

Guido is primarily responsible for the Squid Windows support and functionality.

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