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Re: [Osdc-list] Thank you Bryan Behrenshausen

Well, shucks, folks. Thanks so much. I've had another wonderful summer on opensource.com, and I'm proud of everything the team has accomplished together since I started in May. Our readership is growing. We're featuring first-time authors on a regular basis. Our community is engaged. Other open source news outlets are taking notice and syndicating our content. Life is good.

Opensource.com is a special place on the Internet, and I'm proud to work alongside others who care about it so passionately. And make no mistake: it's extremely rewarding work. Every day, we share stories about the ways open source is changing the world. I really can't think of a better way to spend my summers.

The people that meet and chat on opensource.com are thoughtful, critical, caring, and enthusiastic; without them, our community simply wouldn't be what it is today. I'm looking forward to everything you'll undoubtedly accomplish together this year.

I'll be hanging around the channel (now as semioticrobotic) and watching this list carefully. I don't want to miss a single thing.

Peace, love, and open source,

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jason Hibbets" <jhibbets redhat com>
To: osdc-list redhat com, "Bryan Behrenshausen" <bbehrens redhat com>
Sent: Friday, August 10, 2012 2:13:41 PM
Subject: Thank you Bryan Behrenshausen

Hi everyone,

I wanted to send a note to our community to thank Bryan Behrenshausen. 
Today is his last day helping us out with opensource.com this Summer. 
He's heading back to school to finish his PHD.

He's done a fabulous job the last few months contributing some 
thought-provoking content, helping to revive this community list, and 
he's got one big project that is still being finalized--and I'm sure all 
of you will enjoy when it's ready.

Bryan has put together a content bundle that we have named "Open 
Voices." The first in the series will focus on CEO's who practice the 
open source way. It's currently with the Red Hat design team and should 
be ready in the next few weeks.

So once again, great job Bryan! Good luck with school. Thank you. Enjoy 
those Elfin's.


Jason Hibbets, RHCSA :: Twitter: @jhibbets
Project Manager, Red Hat :: Raleigh, NC

Open source is changing the world -- http://opensource.com

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