Kim, no worries and thanks for the heads up!  Sorry to see you go, but glad you were able to find the most efficient way for you to work.  

Cheers,

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sands fish
Senior Software Engineer
MIT Libraries
Technology Research & Development
sands@MIT.EDU
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On Aug 8, 2012, at 5:03 PM, Kim Shepherd wrote:

Hi all, after thinking about things a bit more, I'm realising that I
just don't have the time I need to spend on RT/dev/committer
activities to justify being "part of the release team".
So I'm just letting you know that I'm pulling my name off the RT. I'll
still be trying to help as much as possible with the discovery
testing/review/doco help, and perhaps running some test servers for a
testathon (if that ends up happening).

Sorry again for not being more active.

Regards,

Kim

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