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Yes, that would be an excellent idea. I have tried in the past other large companies to do something like that but with no luck. Look at software companies. If you look in most software progams, somewhere in there, maybe an Easter Egg or something is a list and/or pictures of the crew that wrote the program. Why can't a company include in it's front matter a list of the people that did the work? I would like to see that. Here in the XML world, we can put our names and email addies in the metadata, but that is sometimes replaced with the group name instead. Just thinking out loud.
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