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Old 03-09-2010, 01:04 AM
Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi
 
Default Resigning as a Bug Wrangler

Hello all, my free time is over to stay in the bugtracker in this year.

In few days, I will start a new caeer "math professor", I am really very
happy because it's something I always wanted to study, and beyond that,
I really like teaching.
Besides, I work as a teacher in a secondary school in electronics labs,
along with other tasks.


I hope I was helpful in the short time (9 months as Bug Wrangler / 14
months as Arch User). It really was an interesting experience and I
learned a lot of everything in each day. (Also a bit of english language
is improved :P)


I want say thanks again to Andreas Radke, who at the time, offered me to
be in the bugtracker (Secret: In fact, I bothered him via messenger
asking him to allocate the multiple tickets that I was opening every
day, hehehe :P), thanks for trust in me, and thanks all those who make
Arch Linux more and more better


@Roman: 's/Bug Wranglers/Reporters/'
@Dieter: I will stay in these places if you need help in what I can do
to archiso-2010.03


Good luck forall

--
Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi ( djgera )
http://www.djgera.com.ar
KeyID: 0x1B8C330D
Key fingerprint = 0CAA D5D4 CD85 4434 A219 76ED 39AB 221B 1B8C 330D
 
Old 03-09-2010, 01:09 AM
Dan McGee
 
Default Resigning as a Bug Wrangler

On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 8:04 PM, Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi
<vmlinuz386@yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
> Hello all, my free time is over to stay in the bugtracker in this year.
>
> In few days, I will start a new caeer "math professor", I am really very
> happy because it's something I always wanted to study, and beyond that, I
> really like teaching.
> Besides, I work as a teacher in a secondary school in electronics labs,
> along with other tasks.
>
> I hope I was helpful in the short time (9 months as Bug Wrangler / 14 months
> as Arch User). It really was an interesting experience and I learned a lot
> of everything in each day. (Also a bit of english language is improved :P)
>
> I want say thanks again to Andreas Radke, who at the time, offered me to be
> in the bugtracker (Secret: In fact, I bothered him via messenger asking him
> to allocate the multiple tickets that I was opening every day, hehehe :P),
> thanks for trust in me, and thanks all those who make Arch Linux more and
> more better
>
> @Roman: 's/Bug Wranglers/Reporters/'
> @Dieter: I will stay in these places if you need help in what I can do to
> archiso-2010.03
>
> Good luck forall

Thanks for all your help! The bug assignment and overall organized
feeling of everything in flyspray has come a long way, much of which
you worked on.

-Dan
 
Old 03-09-2010, 01:18 AM
"Daniel J Griffiths (Ghost1227)"
 
Default Resigning as a Bug Wrangler

On 03/08/10 at 08:09pm, Dan McGee wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 8:04 PM, Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi
> <vmlinuz386@yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
> > Hello all, my free time is over to stay in the bugtracker in this year.
> >
> > In few days, I will start a new caeer "math professor", I am really very
> > happy because it's something I always wanted to study, and beyond that, I
> > really like teaching.
> > Besides, I work as a teacher in a secondary school in electronics labs,
> > along with other tasks.
> >
> > I hope I was helpful in the short time (9 months as Bug Wrangler / 14 months
> > as Arch User). It really was an interesting experience and I learned a lot
> > of everything in each day. (Also a bit of english language is improved :P)
> >
> > I want say thanks again to Andreas Radke, who at the time, offered me to be
> > in the bugtracker (Secret: In fact, I bothered him via messenger asking him
> > to allocate the multiple tickets that I was opening every day, hehehe :P),
> > thanks for trust in me, and thanks all those who make Arch Linux more and
> > more better
> >
> > @Roman: 's/Bug Wranglers/Reporters/'
> > @Dieter: I will stay in these places if you need help in what I can do to
> > archiso-2010.03
> >
> > Good luck forall
>
> Thanks for all your help! The bug assignment and overall organized
> feeling of everything in flyspray has come a long way, much of which
> you worked on.
>
> -Dan
I'll fill in for you as best I can, but you most certainly will be missed!
Can I convince you to at least contribute patches as time permits? Saves
me a bunch of time on closing bugs when you've already got a solution posted :P
--
 
Old 03-09-2010, 01:36 AM
Angel Velásquez
 
Default Resigning as a Bug Wrangler

On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 11:04 PM, Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi
<vmlinuz386@yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
> Hello all, my free time is over to stay in the bugtracker in this year.
>
> In few days, I will start a new caeer "math professor", I am really very
> happy because it's something I always wanted to study, and beyond that, I
> really like teaching.
> Besides, I work as a teacher in a secondary school in electronics labs,
> along with other tasks.
>
> I hope I was helpful in the short time (9 months as Bug Wrangler / 14 months
> as Arch User). It really was an interesting experience and I learned a lot
> of everything in each day. (Also a bit of english language is improved :P)
>
> I want say thanks again to Andreas Radke, who at the time, offered me to be
> in the bugtracker (Secret: In fact, I bothered him via messenger asking him
> to allocate the multiple tickets that I was opening every day, hehehe :P),
> thanks for trust in me, and thanks all those who make Arch Linux more and
> more better
>
> @Roman: 's/Bug Wranglers/Reporters/'
> @Dieter: I will stay in these places if you need help in what I can do to
> archiso-2010.03
>
> Good luck forall
>
> --
> Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi ( djgera )
> http://www.djgera.com.ar
> KeyID: 0x1B8C330D
> Key fingerprint = 0CAA D5D4 CD85 4434 A219 *76ED 39AB 221B 1B8C 330D
>
>

Sad to see you go bro, thanks for all your efforts and your contributions!


--
Angel Velásquez
angvp @ irc.freenode.net
Arch Linux Trusted User
Linux Counter: #359909
http://www.angvp.com
 
Old 03-09-2010, 11:22 AM
Dieter Plaetinck
 
Default Resigning as a Bug Wrangler

On Mon, 08 Mar 2010 23:04:40 -0300
Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi <vmlinuz386@yahoo.com.ar> wrote:

> In few days, I will start a new caeer "math professor", I am really
> very happy because it's something I always wanted to study, and
> beyond that, I really like teaching.
> Besides, I work as a teacher in a secondary school in electronics
> labs, along with other tasks.

This is great news. congratulations.

> I hope I was helpful in the short time (9 months as Bug Wrangler / 14
> months as Arch User). It really was an interesting experience and I
> learned a lot of everything in each day. (Also a bit of english
> language is improved :P)

You did awesome work, especially your help for arch-releng.

> @Dieter: I will stay in these places if you need help in what I can
> do to archiso-2010.03

Thanks.
Dieter
 
Old 03-09-2010, 11:31 AM
Andrea Scarpino
 
Default Resigning as a Bug Wrangler

On Tuesday 09 March 2010 03:09:40 Dan McGee wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 8:04 PM, Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi
>
> <vmlinuz386@yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
> > Hello all, my free time is over to stay in the bugtracker in this year.
> >
> > In few days, I will start a new caeer "math professor", I am really very
> > happy because it's something I always wanted to study, and beyond that, I
> > really like teaching.
> > Besides, I work as a teacher in a secondary school in electronics labs,
> > along with other tasks.
> >
> > I hope I was helpful in the short time (9 months as Bug Wrangler / 14
> > months as Arch User). It really was an interesting experience and I
> > learned a lot of everything in each day. (Also a bit of english language
> > is improved :P)
> >
> > I want say thanks again to Andreas Radke, who at the time, offered me to
> > be in the bugtracker (Secret: In fact, I bothered him via messenger
> > asking him to allocate the multiple tickets that I was opening every
> > day, hehehe :P), thanks for trust in me, and thanks all those who make
> > Arch Linux more and more better
> >
> > @Roman: 's/Bug Wranglers/Reporters/'
> > @Dieter: I will stay in these places if you need help in what I can do to
> > archiso-2010.03
> >
> > Good luck forall
>
> Thanks for all your help! The bug assignment and overall organized
> feeling of everything in flyspray has come a long way, much of which
> you worked on.
>
I am sad to hear that, but happy for your new job.
As Dan said, you are the man that organized our flyspray and made it more
productive. Really thank you!

Regards...Good luck!

--
Andrea
 
Old 03-10-2010, 01:57 AM
Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi
 
Default Resigning as a Bug Wrangler

On 03/08/2010 11:18 PM, Daniel J Griffiths (Ghost1227) wrote:

On 03/08/10 at 08:09pm, Dan McGee wrote:


On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 8:04 PM, Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi
<vmlinuz386@yahoo.com.ar> wrote:


Hello all, my free time is over to stay in the bugtracker in this year.

In few days, I will start a new caeer "math professor", I am really very
happy because it's something I always wanted to study, and beyond that, I
really like teaching.
Besides, I work as a teacher in a secondary school in electronics labs,
along with other tasks.

I hope I was helpful in the short time (9 months as Bug Wrangler / 14 months
as Arch User). It really was an interesting experience and I learned a lot
of everything in each day. (Also a bit of english language is improved :P)

I want say thanks again to Andreas Radke, who at the time, offered me to be
in the bugtracker (Secret: In fact, I bothered him via messenger asking him
to allocate the multiple tickets that I was opening every day, hehehe :P),
thanks for trust in me, and thanks all those who make Arch Linux more and
more better

@Roman: 's/Bug Wranglers/Reporters/'
@Dieter: I will stay in these places if you need help in what I can do to
archiso-2010.03

Good luck forall


Thanks for all your help! The bug assignment and overall organized
feeling of everything in flyspray has come a long way, much of which
you worked on.

-Dan


I'll fill in for you as best I can, but you most certainly will be missed!
Can I convince you to at least contribute patches as time permits? Saves
me a bunch of time on closing bugs when you've already got a solution posted :P

Thanks. Yes sure, patches for that I find something wrong, I will report
them


PS: You and Ionut, are the massive bug fixing duo :P

--
Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi ( djgera )
http://www.djgera.com.ar
KeyID: 0x1B8C330D
Key fingerprint = 0CAA D5D4 CD85 4434 A219 76ED 39AB 221B 1B8C 330D
 

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