[rabbitmq-discuss] Moving on
brett.r.cameron at gmail.com
Sun Jul 1 10:04:20 BST 2012
Congratulations on the new role and best of luck with your future
endeavours. You have been instrumental in the creation and evolution of a
truly excellent piece of software that continues to grow in popularity -
something to be very proud of. I have no doubt that you will continue to
make such contributions in your future projects.
The AtomizeJS stuff looks interesting, and I am looking forward to watching
On Sat, Jun 30, 2012 at 10:36 AM, Paul Jones <pauljones23 at gmail.com> wrote:
> +1. Great work on everything you've done!
> On Sat, Jun 30, 2012 at 6:58 AM, James Carr <james.r.carr at gmail.com>wrote:
>> +1. Your contributions will be missed!
>> On Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 7:41 AM, Matthew Sackman <matthew at rabbitmq.com>wrote:
>>> As some of you will have noticed, over the last few months, my
>>> contributions to RabbitMQ have decreased fairly sharply. I have been
>>> busying myself with other projects (eg AtomizeJS) and have only really
>>> returned to work on Rabbit to help with knowledge transfer
>>> (active/active HA systems) and other issues that interest me (eg the
>>> Codel AQM experiments). Even that though is now at an end.
>>> Whilst I am staying with VMware, I'm now officially moving on from
>>> working with RabbitMQ to pastures new.
>>> I first started work on RabbitMQ in the summer of 2006 and whilst there
>>> were about 2.5 years in which I did various bits of a PhD and didn't
>>> have anything to do with Rabbit during that time, I've nevertheless been
>>> involved in Rabbit on and off for the last 6 years. When I returned to
>>> LShift early spring 2009, Rabbit was a very much more primitive beast
>>> than it is today - it couldn't hold more messages than could fit in RAM,
>>> there were no plugins, we didn't implement the whole of AMQP 0-8, let
>>> alone 0-9-1, there was no form of HA at all, etc etc. I am very grateful
>>> to have had the opportunity to work on many of those areas and help the
>>> community and guide the direction of Rabbit.
>>> Obviously, Rabbit is in very good hands going forwards, not just with
>>> the remaining members of the original team that came, along with myself,
>>> to VMware from LShift, but with additional recruits, and of course with
>>> the community that has, through bug reports, the creation of many
>>> clients and applications, and through publicity in the form of blog
>>> posts, books, and tweets, helped so much with Rabbit's growth and
>>> continuing popularity.
>>> Thank you, one and all.
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