Subject: A vote of thanks to Jason for being in Core
To: Jason Thorpe <email@example.com>
From: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
Date: 06/13/1997 18:48:11
>As I stated earlier, I try very hard to be fair and reasonable, and I
>hope that my track record backs up that claim. Rest assured that I
>thought about this issue very hard, and that I think a reasonable
>solution was reached.
Oh, dammit. Given a line like that...
*I'd* like to thank Jason for all the work he's done for the NetBSD
project. I think Jason stands out head-and-shoulders above the rest
of us involved in the NetBSD Project for his fairness, reasonableness,
and -- most most relevant to this thread thread -- a willingness to
take on ``management''-related issues.
That's never an easy task with either a volunteer project, or with a
collection of people who, on occasion, have strongly-held conflicting
opinions. The NetBSD project has both, and Jason has done a really
great job at taking on a role that I, for one, wouldnt' touch with a
barge-pole. And that's _on top of_ contributing astoundingly good
design work and code.