Hartmut Kaiser implemented the original lazy casts and constructors based
on his original work on Spirit SE "semantic expressions" (the
precursor to Phoenix), and guided Phoenix from the initial review of V2
to the release of V3.
Eric Niebler did a 2.0 pre-release review and wrote some range related
code that Phoenix stole and used in the algorithms. Additionally he played
the leading role in inventing the extension mechanism as well as providing
early prototypes and helping with Boost.Proto code. DA Proto MAN!
Angus Leeming implemented the container functions on Phoenix-1 which I
then ported to Phoenix-2.
Daniel Wallin helped with the scope module, local variables, let and lambda
and the algorithms. I frequently discuss design issues with Daniel on Yahoo
Jaakko Jarvi. DA Lambda MAN!
Dave Abrahams, for his constant presence, wherever, whenever.
Aleksey Gurtovoy, DA MPL MAN!
Doug Gregor, always a source of inspiration.
Dan Marsden, did almost all the work in bringing Phoenix-2 out the door.
Thorsten Ottosen; Eric's range_ex code began life as "container_algo"
in the old boost sandbox, by Thorsten in 2002-2003.
Jeremy Siek, even prior to Thorsten, in 2001, started the "container_algo".
Vladimir Prus wrote the mutating algorithms code from the Boost Wiki.