Stepping down from Thunderbird activities
mconley at mozilla.com
Fri Oct 17 13:34:21 UTC 2014
This couldn't have been an easy e-mail to send. Thank you so, so, so
much for all of the hard work you've put in over the years.
Also, thanks for enabling a transition - hopefully we sort out something
today during our governance meeting that can take all of this into account.
Again, thank you for all of your time and energy into the project,
On 2014-10-16 6:51 PM, Mark Banner wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've decided that it is time for me to step down from my Thunderbird
> activities, and as module owner of Thunderbird.
> Although Thunderbird is a great email client, and I believe it fills a
> gap for which there is no alternative, I've come to realise that I no
> longer have the passion nor desire to continue my activities at the
> levels I have been. Hence my decision to step down.
> At this time, I'm not planning to continue as an active contributor, but
> in the short to mid term, I'll still be around for questions etc.
> At this time, I have no nominated replacement however, with the various
> discussions about the future and the governance structures, I think this
> should factor into those - which is why I wanted to send this before
> tomorrow's discussions at the work week.
> Whilst I'm stepping down, I would like to ensure there's a clean
> handover of my activities to other folks in the community - I'm not
> immediately stopping everything, but I would like to start handing over
> and winding down gradually. I'll be aiming to put out some more
> information about some of these next week. I'll still be around to ask
> questions, advice etc.
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