[oclug] I resign as webmaster
mjroy2416 at rogers.com
Tue Apr 20 12:53:06 EDT 2004
Sorry to hear of your decision but I can, and do, understand what you are
saying. As they say, you never know what you've lost until it's gone. Good
workers, regardless of the size of their paycheque, are always valuable but
quite often are not appreciated. I agree that some of the 'fun' in OCLUG has
been missing and needs to be restored.
Good luck and thanks for your efforts and work on behalf of the club.
On April 20, 2004 12:17 pm, Raymond Wood wrote:
> Dear OCLUG members,
> Since approximately November of 2001 I have volunteered in the
> role of OCLUG's Webmaster, and later, System Administrator of
> the OCLUG server. I regret to say, however, that due to recent
> recurring instances of mutual negativity involving certain
> incoming members of the OCLUG Board of Directors and their
> friends, it has become clear to me that it is time to pass the
> I believe it is important that OCLUG get back to *having fun*
> while promoting the awareness and use of GNU/Linux to all and
> sundry. Criticism, lack of respect, and arrogance needs to
> stop, on all sides; OCLUG needs to foster a culture of safety
> and friendliness for linux novices and so-called 'gurus' alike.
> To these ends, and after due consideration, I hereby resign in
> my role as OCLUG Webmaster, effective immediately.
> Mike Soulier has graciously agreed to assume the role of
> Webmaster on short notice, with the new Board's approval. I
> have transferred all my privileges to him.
> With my departure, Curtis Ireland is now the main contact for
> the OCLUG System Administrator duties. I have transferred the
> root password of the OCLUG server to him.
> In closing I wish to thank OCLUG and its members for the
> opportunity to contribute to this most excellent organization
> during this time. I have thoroughly enjoyed most of this time,
> and it has been an excellent learning opportunity for me as
> well. Thanks to everyone who helped along the way. I now look
> forward to continuing my participation in OCLUG -- not as a
> volunteer, but as a member :-)
> Regards to all,
> Have Fun with GNU/Linux,
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