Stepping back

Hi all,

last week, I've finished my three-month internship. This means I will be
taking a step back from LLVM and only be working with LLVM one day per week,
instead of five. I've also unsubscribed from the llvmbugs and both -commits
mailing lists, because you people do too much in a week to be able to catch up
in a day :stuck_out_tongue:

Anyway, I'd like to use this moment to give a well-deserved thank you to all
LLVM contributors. I've found that LLVM is a very decent product, but more
importantly has a very open and pleasant community. I've been enjoying working
together with some of you and always got decent answers and feedback to any of
my questions. I've been working with quite some open source projects up until
now, but LLVM has set a new standard as to how an open source project should
work.

Gr.

Matthijs

Hi all,

last week, I've finished my three-month internship. This means I will be
taking a step back from LLVM and only be working with LLVM one day per week,
instead of five. I've also unsubscribed from the llvmbugs and both -commits
mailing lists, because you people do too much in a week to be able to catch up
in a day :stuck_out_tongue:

Hey Matthijs,

I'd like to send out a big *thank you* for all the great improvements you have made and continue to make in LLVM. I hope you are able to stay involved to some extent!

-Chris