umtsmon is a tool to handle UMTS (3G) devices in Linux This is a port to TDE from
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  3. Over 90% of umtsmon was written by Klaas van Gend in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009.
  4. It is licensed under the GPLv2 License, see the file COPYING
  5. However, Klaas is not the only copyright holder as some parts were derived
  6. from or based on other sources. Also: several people gave advise on some
  7. implementation topics or did supply patches or translations.
  8. This file tries to list those contributions:
  9. 0)
  10. Christofer Wesseling contributed to several parts of umtsmon as part
  11. of his internship work at T-Mobile.
  12. 1)
  13. the SerialPort class was based on COMGT 0.3 by Paul Hardwick
  14. COMGT itself was based a package called dcon by Daniel Chouinard
  15. See
  16. COMGT v0.3 was licensed under the GPLv2 or later.
  17. Paul Hardwick also contributed to the DetectCard and Device classes.
  18. 2)
  19. Debugging some issues in the SerialPort class was done with suggestions made by:
  20. * Roel van den Broeck
  21. * Martijn Wijms
  22. * Tom Geelen
  23. * Wouter Moors
  24. 3)
  25. The image ok.png is taken from the tdelibs3 RPM from SuSE9.3
  26. It is from the CrystalSVG icon set. According to the RPM, all files are
  27. licensed through the GPL or LGPL.
  28. 4)
  29. The UMTSmon logo as used on the website was drawn by 'Tazz_tux'.
  30. 5)
  31. Autodetection for the Nozomi 2.2+ drivers and multiple pcmcia socket enumeration
  32. was contributed by Stefan Seyfried []
  33. Stefan also worked on several other issues related to card detection.
  34. 6)
  35. The 'Runner' code to run other programs from umtsmon, specifically the piece to communicate
  36. through pipes with the program run, was inspired by code from the following web page:
  38. the code on that page is GPL and copyrighted by V. Alex Brennen [] .
  39. 7)
  40. Icons in the images/{16|22|SVG} directories come from the Tango icon
  41. set, available at:
  42. These icons are licensed under the "Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license"
  43. We think that we comply with the requirements of the license, even though we ship
  44. the icons inside the umtsmon binary.
  45. 8)
  46. Several compile-related and user interface issues were fixed by Gerald Pfeifer.
  47. 9)
  48. fixup old/original Vodafone 3G detection, patch by dj9pz (Arnd Gronenberg)
  49. 10)
  50. Huawei E220 fixes by Norbert Preining (norbusan)
  51. 11)
  52. Lubomir Schmidt started translation into German and did lots of testing.
  53. 12)
  54. additional German translations by Philipp Kießler, Dietmar Maurer and Thorsten Hesemeyer.
  55. 13)
  56. translation work into Portugese (pt_PT) by Pedro Algarvio.
  57. 14)
  58. some fixes by Carsten Clasohm.
  59. 15)
  60. several UI improvements by Danny Kukawka.
  61. 16)
  62. Translation into Norwegian Bokmaal by Klaus Ade Johnstad.
  63. 17)
  64. comprehensive Sierra Wireless device support added by Phil Gorsuch
  65. 18)
  66. Translation into Spanish by Emilio Arrufat, enhancements by Manuel Tornos
  67. 19)
  68. Translation into Italian by Alessandro Briosi
  69. 20)
  70. Translation into Polish by Tomasz Dominikowski
  71. 21)
  72. Translation into Indonesian by Andika Triwidada
  73. 22)
  74. The CID is now configurable from the config file thanks to Tobias Stober
  75. 23)
  76. Michael Gisbers helped getting the HSO devices to work
  77. 24)
  78. Till Busch provided tricks to add a "make install" target to umtsmon.
  79. 25)
  80. Robert Verspuy fixed an issue with the Samsung Innov8 or i8510 mobile phone
  81. 26)
  82. Martin Dummer provided the manpage and several fixes to umtsmon to allow
  83. adding umtsmon to Debian. He also made gksu work with umtsmon.
  84. 27)
  85. Dietmar Hillbrich implemented support for the Ericsson F3507g device.
  86. If you have found any ommissions, please contact the author through the Sourceforge website: