I'm sure that everybody has noticed the fact that SquirrelMail is growing
very fast. With this growth, trying to juggle work and actually having a
life, I'm not able to dedicate the time necessary to this project as the
"group leader". Basically I need help. Yesterday, Paul Joseph Thompson and
I talked on the phone for about two hours, and I asked him if he'd be
willing to lead the project in tandem. He agreed, and is very excited (from
what I can gather) about the opportunity. This takes a huge weight off my
shoulders now that we both will share the responsibilities of management.
Basically what I'm announcing/asking is that we all do a mental shift.
Rather than seeing me as the head of the project, Paul is going to start
sharing some of the responsibilities, and pick up where I have been lacking.
In the time we talked yesterday, we both were bursting with ideas and
possibilities for the future of SquirrelMail. We're working on some
experimental design ideas, and once 1.0 is released, we are going to put
some of these ideas into code that can be presented in an orderly manner.
So this is just to say that there are very cool things on the near horizon
that I think you all are going to be very pleased with. And thank you to
Paul for being willing to serve the project in this manner!
. . Luke Ehresman - "Codito, ergo sum"
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