The co-directors of ‘PASE 1’ were Janet L. Nelson (Department of History, King’s College, London) and Simon Keynes (Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic, University of Cambridge). Its technical director was Harold Short (Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King’s College, London). The historical research was carried out by a full-time researcher Francesca Tinti, at Cambridge, and half-time researchers Alex Burghart and David Pelteret, at King’s. The technical research and development was carried out in the Centre for Computing in the Humanities, at King’s, by John Bradley and Hafed Walda among others.
The co-directors of ‘PASE 2’ were Janet L. Nelson and Stephen Baxter (Department of History, King’s College, London) and Simon Keynes (Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic, University of Cambridge). Its technical co-directors were Harold Short and John Bradley (Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King’s College, London). Alex Burghart (KCL) remained on the team as Research Officer until March 2008, joined in 2005−6 by Andrew Bell (Cambridge), in 2006−7 by Natasha Hodgson (Cambridge), in 2007−9 by Juliana Dresvina (KCL) and 2008−9 by Ben Snook (Cambridge).
The technical research and development was carried out at CCH: Timothy Hill, Paul Vetch and John Bradley developing the new web interface, John Bradley developing frameworks for PASE to support input of new PASE 2 data directly into PASE's database, and to take Domesday and Coin data which had been developed outside the PASE database context and transform it into PASE database data. Work on the representation of the Domesday materials on PASE's server, and their presentation via the Domesday browser and mapping application was substantially the work of Peter Rose, with some final refinements and fixes by Geoffroy Noel and Timothy Hill. The exploring of offline mapping technologies and the packaging of Domesday data was managed by Martyn Jessop. Overall PASE graphic design, and corresponding aspects of the overall web application was done by Paul Vetch and Damian Doherty. Packaging of the surrounding PASE documentation and its integrated presentation here was managed by Paul Vetch and implemented by Bea Caballero, Camille Desenclos, Jamie Norrish, Charlotte Tupman and Miguel Vieira.