The SyncEvolution project was started by Patrick Ohly end of 2005 as a spare time project. Being a professional software developer (in all meanings of the word: studied computer sciences, acquired quite a bit of experience by now, tries to follow best known methods, and last but not least, gets paid for writing software), the main goals always were reliability and usefulness.
Since 2009, Intel sponsors the development by letting several developers, including Patrick, work on SyncEvolution full-time or at least part-time.
Key External Components
- Synthesis SyncML Engine - SyncEvolution would not be possible without it.
- Ove Kåven - Maemo port of SyncEvolution
- Frederik Elwert - the Genesis GUI
- Graham R. Cobb - ActiveSync enhancements
- Jussi Kukkonen: GTK GUI
- Nick Richards: GUI design
- Wu, Yong: server interoperability, core engine
- Zhu, Yongsheng: server interoperability, core engine
- Chen, Congwu: server interoperability, core engine (suspend/resume)
- Gabriel Schulhof: MeeGo UX UI
- Salvatore Iovene, Amarnath Valluri: core engine
- Zheng, Yanshuang: QA core technology
- Zhang, Jingke: QA sync UI