Thanks and Goodbye

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tor
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Thanks and Goodbye

Post by tor » 05 Jun 2011, 18:53

I would like to "abuse" this Announcement forum a bit and take some time saying goodbye (for now).

After almost ten years at Excito I, some time ago, decided that it was time to focus on other stuff. So since some one month ago I have started working for my self as a freelance developer while contemplating on what to do next in life.

With that said I would like to say a big thank you to all you users who has supported us by using the B1, B2 and the B3 products. You really made the difference, for me at least.

I would also like to wish Excito the best of luck in the future. (I know for a fact that the upcoming 2.3 release will contain quite some real nice polish)

Since I'm no longer employed by Excito I will most likely not be as active in the forum, this coincidently being my 700th post :), or on the Wiki. I will however most likely keep my blog somewhat up2date and there will most likely be quite a few articles on Bubba as well. (This since I, of course, currently use Bubbas exclusively for my home infrastructure.)

So keep up the good spirit!

/Tor
Co-founder OpenProducts and Ex Excito Developer

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Re: Thanks and Goodbye

Post by NisseJ » 06 Jun 2011, 02:59

Good luck and i will follow your blog. It´s an interesting read. :)

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Re: Thanks and Goodbye

Post by theWebalyst » 06 Jun 2011, 04:26

Good luck Tor, thanks for your help on the forum, and no doubt in invisible ways. And if you have need of a collaborator please get in touch. I shall follow your blog.

Let me know if you are on twitter/facebook, you can find my feed/page via my website theWebalyst.com

Mark

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Re: Thanks and Goodbye

Post by RandomUsername » 06 Jun 2011, 07:27

All the best Tor. Thanks fir helping to make the Bubba server the quality product it is.

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Re: Thanks and Goodbye

Post by DanielM » 06 Jun 2011, 12:24

Thanks for all your time Tor! I know for sure the Bubba series wouldn't have been the same thing without you. Good luck with wathever you are planning to do.

And... don't be a stranger :D

/Daniel

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Re: Thanks and Goodbye

Post by Ubi » 06 Jun 2011, 15:05

Thanks for my Bubbas Tor, and all the help on this forum in the past years!

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Re: Thanks and Goodbye

Post by Moloko » 07 Jun 2011, 02:10

Good luck Tor and thank you for all your help!

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Re: Thanks and Goodbye

Post by Puma » 07 Jun 2011, 17:17

TOR,

All the best for the future and thanks for all your support (for my B2 and B3)

Puma
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Re: Thanks and Goodbye

Post by kjellberg » 08 Jun 2011, 02:17

Thank you for all quality support and good luck with the future :!:

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Re: Thanks and Goodbye

Post by Cheeseboy » 11 Jun 2011, 23:36

Best of luck, Tor.
Thanks for your help during the years!

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Re: Thanks and Goodbye

Post by Moloko » 17 Jun 2013, 06:46

All the best in the future and thanks for the support so far!

You won't regret the freelancer life, believe me!

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Re: Thanks and Goodbye

Post by DanielM » 17 Jun 2013, 12:03

Moloko wrote:All the best in the future and thanks for the support so far!

You won't regret the freelancer life, believe me!
You realize that you just answered a post that's over two years, right? In fact, Tor is just on his way back to the realm of Bubba servers...

/Daniel

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Re: Thanks and Goodbye

Post by Moloko » 05 Sep 2013, 04:36

Yeah, I know... :D

Sometimes it just feels more important to follow the inner voice of your heart and do your thing (as to write a reply in an old thread), than to skip it for rational reasons. Strange, eh?

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