[CentOS-devel] Thank you to Karanbir Singh

Wed Oct 20 08:10:50 UTC 2021
Julien Pivotto <roidelapluie at inuits.eu>


Certainly CentOS is unique and KB is a large part of its success. It has
not always been easy but the outcome speaks for itself. At the end,
thanks to KB and many others, like Jim, the project made RHEL
development open. A remarkable achievement backed by a lot of work.

KB, also thanks for the great discussions and hope to see you around in
your next trip to Brussels.

On 19 Oct 06:28, Rich Bowen wrote:
> On behalf of the CentOS Board of Directors, and the whole CentOS community,
> I want to thank KB for his years of service as project leader and chair of
> the board. KB has shaped the project for almost 2 decades, and has made the
> world a better place by his work over the years.
> KB, it's been a privilege to work with you for the past few years. Thank you
> for your trust and respect as I've become part of that story. I wish you
> much joy in your future endeavors, and will always appreciate the chance to
> work alongside you on this great project.
> Please join me in thanking KB, and in telling your KB stories.
> Context, in case you missed it: https://karan.org/posts/stepping-down/
> -- 
> Rich Bowen: CentOS Community Manager
> rbowen at redhat.com
> @rbowen // @CentOSProject
> 1 859 351 9166
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