The Squid project, originally funded by an NSF grant, is now run entirely by volunteers. There are a few key individuals who keep the project running.
The Squid Software Foundation Directors
The Squid Software Foundation is a US registered non-profit (501(c)(3) tax-exempt) providing the infrastructure and support framework for Squid developers and users.
Henrik_Nordström - President
Francesco Chemolli - Vice President
Amos Jeffries - Secretary
Alex Rousskov - Treasurer
Squid Core Team
Emeritus developers who provided oversight of the Squid Project before The Squid Software Foundation.
Robert Collins was the main driver of the initial Squid-3 C++ migration effort.
Alex Rousskov manages various Squid-3 projects.
Duane Wessels, Chief Procrastinator
Developers who have contributed some significant feature to Squid and should have some familiarity with the processes involved.
Christos Tsantilas works mainly with ICAP, SSL-Bump, HTTPS and fixes some bugs.
Doug Dixon assisted with the early development of Squid-3.0
Francesco Chemolli works mainly on documentation and maintains the wiki, but also chimes in with patches every now and then.
Markus Moeller wrote and supports the Kerberos features
Adrian Chadd, Squid-2 developer, performance/scalability stuff.
Squid Project Sysadmin Team
To contact the sysadmin about any problems please report via Bugzilla under Project Services.
system admin: master, east, west
service admin: bzr, bugzilla, mysql, rsync, www
mail admin: qmail
service admin: bugzilla, bzr, mysql, rsync, jenkins, website, pootle
mail admin: moderator
system admin: master, eu, build farm VMs
service admin: wiki, jenkins, pootle
system admin: master
service admin: dns, bugzilla
system admin: master
service admin: wiki
Countless independent Contributors.
Binary Package Maintainers
While squid is normally distributed in source form. Some dedicated people are donating their time to packaging Squid in other popular formats for easy use.
Debian: Luigi Gangitano
Fink: Benjamin Reed
FreeBSD: Thomas-Martin Seck
Gentoo: Eray Aslan
Mandriva: Luis Daniel Lucio Quiroz
NetBSD: Takahiro Kambe
Red Hat Enterprise Linux: Lubos Uhliarik
Solaris: Steven M. Christensen
Ubuntu: Luigi Gangitano