Hello Thomas,

although you told me in advance this might be coming I am really unhappy that you have to go. But that's life (and Open Source).
In the name of the whole LimeSurvey team I want to thank you for your contributions - especially the expression manager had the project make a big leap forward. Thank you for your dedication and the high quality, and especially the documentation!

I hope you will have a great and challenging time with your new employment!

Best regards from Hamburg/Germany

Carsten Schmitz

LimeSurvey Project Leader
carsten.schmitz@limesurvey.org

http://www.limesurvey.org

Am 19.04.2012 03:57, schrieb Thomas White:
All-

It has been a pleasure working with you all over the last year.  Unfortunately, I now need to make a clean break from LimeSurvey so that I can focus on other priorities.  Although I enjoyed working on LimeSurvey, I can no longer afford to donate my time to it.  So, you won't see me trolling the forums and IRC, or fixing bugs and committing code anymore.

Thankfully, this is a good time to separate.  1.92 is rock solid, so I can leave feeling I've contributed high quality, stable, well documented code.  And, I have done my best to add extensive documentation to the wiki.  I hope you'll all be able to work with and extend that functionality as you move towards version 2.0.

Feel free to stay in touch via email. 

All the best.

/Tom



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