It has been very nice to get a pat in the back for the work done. But
please take into account that I am not leaving Fedora. I just trying to
get a better balance on the time that I spent doing voluntary work for
Since I got back from Argentina, I have been involved in Software
Freedom Day, a open-house of one university supporting their LUG and
start planning Fedora 23 release party in Managua. It may be that we
have a second release party in Leon city.
I will spend the next two days (Sep 30th and Oct 1st) in a
technological fair showing Icaro board. Icaro is the educational
robotic project from Argentina that has been made 100% using Fedora.
This is a amazing break as this fair has been for ten years only a open
floor to sponsoring companies showing hardware and privative software.
Now fedora loacal team is invited without paying to have a stand and
give a talk. This is a ramification from FUDCon Managua 2014.
So, you can expect to see me in the Fedora landscape. I expect to be
working in docs team in the near future. Most likely I will join comm
I am not sure how I can make Remy feel welcomed in Argentina, but if
anybody gets to travel to Nicaragua I will do my best to extend the
full of my hospitality.
On Mon, 2015-09-28 at 16:55 -0400, Remy DeCausemaker wrote:
FUDCon LATAM would *not* have been the same for me, had you not been
there to make me feel so very welcome. I cannot thank you enough, for
all you have done just for me personally since I've joined the
project officially, let alone all the *years* I've watched your name
criss-crossing the mailing lists supporting everyone else.
Whole-heartedly, thank you for all you have done for the community,
and I hope that your respite finds you refreshed and relaxed. If I
can help at all with the transition, don't hesitate to reach out.
Best wishes, many thanks, and lots of love,
On Mon, Sep 28, 2015 at 2:04 PM, Neville A. Cross <yn1v(a)taygon.com>
> I am following the advice of a person dear to me within Fedora
> If in doubt about a task that I do, take a time and get some
> to put into perspective the true meaning of it. The advice was not
> related to this situation. It has helped me in the past and
> looks it fits this time.
> This morning I wrote an email to several people from Red Hat
> that I want to take a break from the role of community credit card
> holder. I made a commitment to help FUDCon Cordoba 2015 and that
> been fulfiled. During this time it came along Latinoware, the
> free software event in LATAM. So this will be my last ticket doing
> reimbursement and payments.
> I am not leaving the project. I am not dropping all the stuff. I
> close all pending tickets and provide proper reports. I just want
> to do
> some collaboration in other areas and see how it goes. I leaving
> the possibility to get back to this role, I would say a year. But
> see how things work out.
> This is a matter that mostly will concern to ambassadors in latam,
> I have being pointed out that not all of them are in the latam
> list. So if you are a collaborator in LATAM I suggest that you
> subscribe to
> Even is you are not ambassador, this list is mostly about
> collaborating in latam and most people in the list works in several
> Best regards
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