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Scribus Copyright 2001-2010 Franz Schmid and the members of the Scribus Team.
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Craig Bradney, Jean Ghali, Riku Leino, Peter Linnell, Hermann Kraus,
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Pierre Marchand, Oleksandr Moskalenko, Craig Ringer, Christoph Schäfer,
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