Many thanks to Harm Hanemaayer and the other people from svgalib. I like this very "simple" and
"old school" way of programming.
Many thanks to Raul Rivero for his liblug.
Also many thanks to Michael Hipp, author of mpg123. His command line
mp3 player is used in mbux up to version 0.4.
And that brings me to Robert Leslie: He wrote the MAD (MPEG Audio Decoder) library.
His library is used in mbux since version 0.6. It's GPL and I like it! ;)
But MAD is only a library and mbux needs a player: mpg321 by Joe Drew is the answer. Thank you, Joe!
Since version 0.6 mbux also supports Ogg and FLAC audio files. Thanks to the Ogg Vorbis and FLAC pleople for their hard work.
A big thank you to Ben from Font-a-licious Fonts for his font "Dimitry". I used it in the mbux logo and in the navigation.
Also a big thank to CK! from Freaky Fonts for his font "Dancefloor Exit". I used it for the dancer in the logo.
Thanks to Frank and the crew from avastar for
having the inital idea of a mp3 music box and for testing mbux in real life.
And last but not least: Truly thanks to Linus Torvalds and Richard M. Stallman. Without Linux or GNU nothing of this were possible.