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Help wanted for opensource project

I'm looking for Python programmers for an open source project:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/spectrag/

SpectraG is a program to generate, edit and convert gradients. Formats:
ggr, svg, ... Gradients are used in Inkscape, The Gimp, and are an
essential tool for graphics. Current Gradient Editors do not support
generation of gradients by means of formulas.

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