Am Samstag, 7. Oktober 2006 23:19 schrieb Tim Yamin:
> I'm afraid that I find that my position with Gentoo is no longer
> tenable. Over the past year and especially over the past few months
> the ability to keep Gentoo a coherent and smooth environment has been
> eroded and hindered at practically every opportunity by bad
> decisions, staff, and in some cases, downright incompetence.
I'm sorry to see you go, but i cannot agree with you here.
> It transpires that from the recent barrage of developers leaving, the
> disquiet and increasing lack of congruence of the developer (and to
> some extent also the user) communities that something is inherently
> wrong. I'm leaving it as an exercise to the reader to explore exactly
> what (if anything) is wrong.
Honestly, i think you're showing a weak shell here, but that's my
personal opinion. QA and council asked you to do something you didn't
like to do, and i still don't understand your reasoning.
Please think about this decision over a week or so.
Kloeri: Please don't file a retirement bug immediately.
> Seeing as we have failed to address these challenges over the course
> of many months and as a result of continuous recent discussions
> (which half the time end up being totally redundant due to
> miscommunication) both on -core and on -dev, it is evident that
> something is wrong with the core management (or lack thereof,
> depending on your point of view).
> I no longer have the commitment or desire to follow the road in
> solving the above challenges. I'm not really sure whether there even
> is a solution. I'd like to add that I have really enjoyed my time in
> the past three years working with Gentoo and helping to contribute to
> the then vibrant and dynamic community.
As have I while working with you, especially and mainly in release
> Lately however, the "fun" and the motivation just hasn't been there
> for the reasons I've outlined above; it's finally taken its toll, and
> I believe the time to move onto new projects and ventures has finally
> come for me.
As longas you stay away from microphones ;-)
> I would like to wish all of you the very best, and would like to
> thank all of you who have (and haven't) made my time here so
Thank you very much
> So long, and thanks for all the fish...
I think you oughta know that I'm feeling very depressed :-(
Danny, who hopes to see you again next year!
Danny van Dyk <email@example.com>
Gentoo/AMD64 Project, Gentoo Scientific Project
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