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#51 2007-10-02 02:04:46

hongy19
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Re: Arch Leadership

thank you for everythink, Judd.
And welcome Phrakture as Leader of ArchLinux

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#52 2007-10-02 03:17:44

clarence
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Re: Arch Leadership

Cerebral wrote:
clarence wrote:

Also thank you for the funniest ebay listing for leather pants I have ever read.

Wha-whaaaaat?

http://www.banterist.com/archivefiles/000286.html

"I do not cruise for transvestites in an expensive sports car."

big_smile

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#53 2007-10-02 03:39:34

hussam
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Re: Arch Leadership

This is already one the news. http://www.tuxmachines.org/node/20605

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#54 2007-10-02 04:11:02

Allan
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Re: Arch Leadership

Judd, it is a sign of a great leader that you know when to step away.  I don't know if I could if this was my project...  Enjoy your free time.

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#55 2007-10-02 04:22:59

sincity
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Re: Arch Leadership

Thanks for the great distro Judd, go well smile

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#56 2007-10-02 04:48:33

phrakture
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Re: Arch Leadership

kensai wrote:

Hey Phrakture just a thought, wouldn't it be nice if you release some kind of roadmap, to tell us your future plans for Arch Linux, so that we the community keep motivated and looking foward to upcoming things/changes in the near future? For me that will be more of an organized starting for this all, but is just a suggestion only..

Yep. I plan on it. Maybe later this week or early next week. I have a few pending things I need to do before we can get into goals and where we're going to take this puppy.

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#57 2007-10-02 05:14:14

kuratkull
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Re: Arch Leadership

No more "Arch Linux - Judd Vinet" on boot sad
Still, thank you for the wonderfully warm and fuzzy distro, and I wish phrakture all the good penguins tongue

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#58 2007-10-02 06:58:26

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Re: Arch Leadership

arch is the best distro i used (and still using). thanks Judd, and wellcome phracture! smile


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#59 2007-10-02 07:15:14

Fatsobob
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Re: Arch Leadership

Gratz Phrak

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#60 2007-10-02 07:53:08

rasat
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Re: Arch Leadership

Thanks apeiro for all these years! I admire your one pointedness in keeping Arch within it's philosophy, thereby created a solid Arch platform. It will be an interesting continuation, I am sure Arch will do great with the help of the developers and community.  Congratulation phrakture.

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#61 2007-10-02 07:58:53

onearm
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Re: Arch Leadership

Thanks Judd for creating the best distro out there, I'll always feel in debt with you for this.
Ah, and congratulations to Phrak


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#62 2007-10-02 08:11:29

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Re: Arch Leadership

Arch rules smileyvf5.gif

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#63 2007-10-02 09:23:58

ndlarsen
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Re: Arch Leadership

Well, what can I say that haven't already been? Probably nothing and I do agree in most, if not all, of it. Judd, I believe you've done an excellent job with Arch and as the rest I'm sad to see you go. I really appreciate the work you've done. As for the choise of successor, I couldn't agree more, it seems to be a logical and proper choise. Godspeed to both of you.


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#64 2007-10-02 09:28:56

madeye
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Re: Arch Leadership

I really admire you for the time you can dedicate to keeping a distro running. Before finding Arch, I was playing with the thought of doing exactly what you've done. Unfortunately I would never have the time to do it.
So thanks to you Judd for creating Arch Linux, and thanks to you Phrakture for taking up the reins. I'm sure you'll keep up the good work.


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#65 2007-10-02 10:09:48

audaly
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Re: Arch Leadership

kuratkull wrote:

No more "Arch Linux - Judd Vinet" on boot sad

Why do you want to change this boot message? The creator name on boot is a good thing...

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#66 2007-10-02 10:14:18

pressh
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Re: Arch Leadership

Thanks for all Judd! It certainly were great times big_smile
Now lets keep it 'rolling'. Good luck Aaron!

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#67 2007-10-02 11:09:34

lang2
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Re: Arch Leadership

Thank you for creating such a wonderful distro! Best of luck, Judd.

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#68 2007-10-02 12:09:12

zenlord
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Re: Arch Leadership

Thanks Judd for all your hard work. The result you accomplished is probably the greatest reward for it, but it's no excuse for me to thank you for my preferred OS!

Phrakture, thx for accepting the leadership - I hope you can continue this project so it can stay ahead of the competition / other distro's!

Zl.

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#69 2007-10-02 13:29:16

kensai
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Re: Arch Leadership

phrakture wrote:

Yep. I plan on it. Maybe later this week or early next week. I have a few pending things I need to do before we can get into goals and where we're going to take this puppy.

Nice, after that I decide if I vote for you... ohh there are no other contenders, oh well tongue. Also people have you noted the wikipedia entry of Arch Linux has been altered to reflect the change? I did it yesterday right after the announcement and then it got edited to fit it better to wikipedia style (I'm still no used to that big_smile)


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#70 2007-10-02 13:56:19

ornitorrincos
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Re: Arch Leadership

two things:
first, congratulations to aaron because you really deserve it,(you are the developar more active that  see, I'm not saying anythiong to the rest of developers, they do a great job specially because they do it on their free time, just that he's the one that I see with moer time involved)

and second, thank you to judd because creating this distro, and congratulations because of this prove of humility letting the project go without you at the front because it's better to have someone with more time.

sorry for any english mistakes, it's not my mother language


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#71 2007-10-02 13:59:50

Leigh
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Re: Arch Leadership

Judd, Over the years Arch has made my computer experience not only educational, but very enjoyable. Thank you so much! I wish you the best in all your goals.

I'm confident Phrakture will lead us in very cool directions : )


-- archlinux 是一个极好的 linux

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#72 2007-10-02 14:11:26

chaosgeisterchen
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Re: Arch Leadership

I have not been an user of Arch Linux for that a long period of time, so I have rarely any idea, how it actually developed, but it fulfilled my every expectation, apart from the configuration, which was even easier than I expected.

Judd created the distribution, which has - in my opinion - a lot of modern ideas, making it the perfect product to emphasize on, if one tends to use his computer for a long time without a lot of hassle. I'm very grateful for his effort and I am sure, that phrakture will follow the path, we Archers intend to follow - at least I hope so.

Keep the great work up!


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#73 2007-10-02 14:15:23

Sekre
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Re: Arch Leadership

wosh, how shall I write this...
guess I should try to keep it KISS, so no poems today.

Judd, a really humongous thanks to you man. I can understand that you're proud of arch.
No matter if you're a really skilled user or a freshmen trying to learn 'the way'
you always feel at home here. So for leaving this to us, cheers man. May thou be
forever blessed by the great shiny pinguin in the heavens. smile

Phrak, from what I've seen of your work I have complete confidence in your abilities
as Overlord, and I wish you the very best of luck in yer future as overlord !

Cheers to both of you.

(( got quite long anyway...oh well hmm ))

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#74 2007-10-02 14:22:46

Loke
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Re: Arch Leadership

Thanks Judd for making the greatest distro ever, I enjoyed the distro when I started using it, and I still do.
And of course congrats to phrakture.
smile

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#75 2007-10-02 14:53:46

rhfrommn
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Registered: 2005-01-13
Posts: 99

Re: Arch Leadership

Judd - Thanks for all your hard work creating/developing Arch.  I believe I have a different perspective than most on this forum since I'm older and have been a Unix System Administrator/Engineer for the past 8 years.  The fact that after all those thousands of hours of Unix experience Arch is the linux I choose for my own computer at home is about the best compliment I can give you.

Aaron - Good luck and congratulations.  I'm confident Judd left Arch in good hands.

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