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Re: Handing off my duties

Thanks Tiago! I still have a high opinion of Google as an employer and a as company, and I'm looking forward to seeing what happens with Google Cloud Platform over the upcoming years. Definitely not a goodbye.

- Jimmy

On Fri, Apr 3, 2015 at 2:23 PM, Tiago Ilieve <tiago.myhro@gmail.com> wrote:

Reading your message, my first though was something like "wow, that
was unexpected!". Anyway, I guess this isn't a goodbye and we'll
continue to see your contributions as a DD, even if not GCE-related.

My best wishes for you. I'm sure you'll do an excellent job wherever you work.

Best regards,

On 3 April 2015 at 18:08, Jimmy Kaplowitz <jkaplowitz@google.com> wrote:
> Hi Debian Cloud folks,
> Today is my last day at Google. It’s been excellent working with the Debian
> community as part of my day job to support Debian on Google Compute Engine.
> Google’s involvement in this will continue, and to that end I’d like to
> introduce Eric Johnson (CCed), whom some of you may have met at DebConf14 in
> Portland. He is taking over my duties leading the GCE team which supports
> guest operating system images. If you would have contacted me in my capacity
> as a Google Compute Engine team member, please contact him instead.
> After today, my google.com email address will no longer work, but of course
> I’ll continue to be reachable via my usual Debian email address (jimmy@d.o),
> IRC nickname (Hydroxide), and quite probably at DebConf15 (I’ve already
> registered). I don’t yet know how much I’ll be contributing to the
> Debian-on-GCE effort going forward, but if I do I’ll no longer be wearing a
> Googler hat and my contributions will no longer be copyright Google.
> Eric will not be the only Googler involved, just as I haven’t been the only
> Googler participating to date. In particular, the steady stream of
> bootstrap-vz pull requests from my colleagues will continue. Perhaps you’ll
> see some of them at DebConf15.
> Looking forward to seeing you all online and in Heidelberg!
> - Jimmy

Tiago "Myhro" Ilieve
Blog: http://blog.myhro.info/
GitHub: https://github.com/myhro/
Montes Claros - MG, Brasil

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