Farewell & Best Wishes

krtaylor kurt.r.taylor at gmail.com
Sat Feb 1 03:46:04 AEDT 2020

On 1/27/20 8:37 PM, Emily Shaffer wrote:
> All,
> While I've very much enjoyed my time working with this community, it's 
> time for me to step down as comaintainer on the various IPMI projects. 
> I'll be fully devoting my time to hacking Git, these days. :)
> Sometime this week I'll be sending changes to remove me from the 
> appropriate MAINTAINERS files. If there is something that you still need 
> from me - a review, an opinion, whatever - please let me know and I can 
> take care of it. I'll continue to peek into my review queue this week 
> and next week; after that, I won't be gone forever, but I won't be able 
> to grant approvals on Gerrit.

Our loss. Thank you for all your contributions, but also your wit! The 
project is better today because of it.

Best of luck in your new endeavors.

Kurt Taylor (krtaylor)

> I expect I'll still be reachable all the usual ways - this email, 
> Freenode, LinkedIn, whatever - I won't be disappearing or changing 
> employers, just focusing my time elsewhere.
> Thank you all very much for the extraordinary learning experience I've 
> had working with this project and incredible group of people. I wish 
> everyone success in the future and look forward to OpenBMC as the norm 
> in datacenters and home workstations.
> Yours,
> Emily

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