[Adium-devl] Arcadio (my student) has dropped out of GSoC
timber at lava.net
Fri Aug 1 06:01:26 UTC 2008
I had thought I had forwarded this to devl, but it was revealed that I
only had forwarded it to Leslie (GSoC's fearless leader). My apologies.
Aracadio was an excellent student and the plans we laid were good,
even though we didn't get to see them realized.
Best wishes to him,
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Arcadio Rubio García <arcadiorubiogarcia at gmail.com>
> Date: July 13, 2008 8:30:36 AM PDT
> To: Colin Barrett <timber at lava.net>
> Subject: GSoC
> Hi Colin,
> It's really hard to say this, but I haven't progressed anymore on
> the code.
> My family is going through a difficult situation. The company owned
> by my dad is having a very hard time. We've got a big economic
> crisis here in Spain, even worse than in the States.
> Almost since I returned from Denmark 1 week ago, I have had to help
> him full-time to liquidate some assets, and get new contracts in
> order to go profitable again, hopefully before 2009.
> I've struggled to work on the GSoC during my free time these days,
> that's why I didn't inform you before. However, I don't have much
> spare time, so it's been impossible to make any progress. The
> situation will likely be the same during the next months, so I guess
> the most adequate decision is to cancel my project.
> This is really sad, because I was really excited with the idea of
> participating in GSoC, and the project had started fine. Moreover, I
> regret not having met the confidence and expectations of Adium when
> you chose my project. Nevertheless, that's how the situation is, and
> I cannot change it.
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