Subject: Re: query-pr, various old bugs, cgd's resignation
To: Jason Thorpe <email@example.com>
From: matthew green <firstname.lastname@example.org.Oz.Au>
Date: 08/28/1995 19:19:50
On Sun, 27 Aug 1995 21:25:03 -0600
Herb Peyerl <email@example.com> wrote:
> That's interesting. I didn't receive the message either (though I
> knew about it)... And I think I remember Jason saying something
> about not having received it either...
Yah ... didn't get a copy of it ... but I did see it on my news server
eventually...But, it's worth noting that I've been having problems
getting NetBSD mail at my cs.orst.edu address for a while ... whenever I
start to `miss' a list, I've just re-subscribed with my nas.nasa.gov
it was send to netbsd-announce several days ago. are you on this
list ? here it is again:
Subject: Chris Demetriou has resigned from the NetBSD core group.
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 1995 22:17:57 -0700
From: "J.T. Conklin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Earlier this week, Chris Demetriou submitted his resignation from the
NetBSD core group. Among his reasons for leaving was that he could no
longer expend the time or energy necessary to be a core member.
Chris was a cofounder of the NetBSD Project, which had its first
public release in April 1993. Since that time Chris has added
countless improvements, enhancements, and bug fixes; been Release
Engineer for two subsequent releases; and has represented NetBSD at
various conferences (USENIX BOF sessions, etc.)
In addition to being part of the NetBSD core, Chris is also in charge
of the NetBSD/alpha port. Chris intends to continue in this role.
The NetBSD core group would like to extend our thanks for Chris' past
contributions, and look forward to his continuing participation in the
J.T. Conklin --- NetBSD Core Group