Neither possible to know nor remember everybody who participated this great work.
These are only the biggest milestones, great men who succeed great jobs.
C. Wayne Ratliff
Designed and programmed the first successful DBMS for personal computers, dBASE II; originally named Vulcan. Renamed dBASE II and published in 1981. It was not only a relational database management system (RDBMS), but also was an interpreted language and would quickly spawn the “xBbase” industry.
Brett Oliver, Jim Warner, Brian Russell, Richard McConnell …
Main architects and primary developers of Clipper and founders of Nantucket Corporation. It was 1984 when Clipper was born. Look at here for a tale.
Tom Rettig ( 1941-1996 )
A major guru in the dBASE, Clipper, whole xBase community.
Small in stature, but big in heart, a friend in the truest sense.
More about Tom Rettig.
Initiator and one of main developers of Harbour.
The starter of Harbour.
The great man who started the big engines!
He is here.
The biggest Clipper fan!
Author of most useful Clipper utilities, Harbour Manager, keeper of pieces and parts for years.
(Le Roy) Roberto Lopez
Founder, builder and developer of HMG, Harbour MiniGUI.
The great man who disclose blocked doors and roads!
He is here.
Viktor Szakáts, Przemysław Czerpak, Pritpal Bedi, …
Today Habour development is leading by Viktor Szakáts with huge collaborations and leading many components of core and contribs by Przemysław Czerpak. Some components are developed by Pritpal Bedi. Others members participate the project by sending changes to the Sourceforge SVN repository. As 2011 Harbour development is keeping vibrant activity
They are here.