Most people understand "software development" only as the writing of code resulting in a finished software.
However, I understand "software development" to be a creative activity in which processes are created through ideas, discussions, votes, experiences and feedback from some people with a different background. These can then be used by many for their own projects. The focus is not on the "finished software", but actually the development, which leads an existing software to a new status, and thus to a new version.
Each new version reflects the impact on the process since the last version. Thus, this influence of the people becomes part of the software.
Therefore, I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who contributed to the development of this app: