tom at archlinux.org
Sun Apr 19 14:54:53 EDT 2009
Dusty Phillips wrote:
> This is a very sad day indeed.
No no no... I really appreciate the sentiment, but no sadness please. :)
> Good luck with everything and keep in touch and using Arch. You sure
> you want to quit all the teams? I've seen you more active on the forum
> than this list; maybe you don't want to give it all up at once.
> (Apologies for sounding like a quit smoking ad)
hehe.. no problem, Dusty, and thanks for the good words. I haven't made
any decision yet regarding the mod team - I want to talk to Jules first.
Similarly for the irc op role.
> Cheers and good luck, it's been a pleasure working with you. (On the
> forum I mean -- our duties as devs don't overlap much)
> On Apr 19, 2009 6:08 AM, "Tom K" <tomk at runbox.com
> <mailto:tomk at runbox.com>> wrote:
> Hi all.
> The practical effect of this message is precisely nothing, as I
> have been inactive for quite a while now. For the last few months,
> real life has been increasingly demanding, but I was hoping I
> would find a way to accommodate Arch activities alongside the
> usual chaos and mayhem.
> It's now clear that this is not going to happen any time soon, so
> I've orphaned my remaining packages, and I'm now returning the key
> to the Arch executive washroom.
> I hope to return at some point, but I can't say when that will be.
> Being an Arch dev has been a revelation to me, and it has been
> wonderful working with you all. I will continue to be a keen Arch
> user, and will do my best to contribute in some capacity, as time
> I would like to retain my subscription to this list, read-only of
> course, and I will discuss my status as forum mod and irc op with
> the respective teams.
> I have no doubt that Arch will continue to thrive, guided by an
> extraordinarily committed dev team, and supported by an
> enthusiastic user community. I wish you all the very best of luck.
> Go n-eírí an bóthar leat
> Tom K.
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