Dear Geeko's fellows.
Last saturday's night April 6th, tigerfoot's main program had a serious segv that brought down my whole system.
To make it short, I've been extremely lucky about the fact that it happen at home, the swiss health care emergency team,
the rega ( https//rega.ch ) and all people during that night were all involved at a such great level.
Now a few day has passed, and even if the path will not be that short, I'm mainly out of danger.
Of course, some "details" have to change, and also rework about priorities in life.
First, I need to drastically minimize the in flow and as such I will unsubscribe most of the mailing list.
I also have to retire for an unknown time as maintainer of some packages, and of course my involvment in some repository will decrease to zero.
So if someone want to take the maintainer's role of one of my package, don't hesitate, try, ask for help to other mentors, send the SR
If it's not me directly, I trust my fellow repository maintainer to allow you to pick the role.
( You can find most of them here https://build.opensuse.org/user/show/bruno_friedmann )
I wish you all a perfect funny OSC19, a damn good Leap 15.1 release and all the best.
Bruno Friedmann (tigerfoot)
Send from my mobile. Please excuse my brevity.
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