I am leaving the E@H project

Shawn Kwang
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I am writing to let you all know that I am leaving my current position at UW-Milwaukee and will thus be leaving the Einstein@Home project team. I have had a great experience working on E@H and learning about volunteer computing in general. I am impressed with the community that you have built here. I wish you all the best with your gravitational wave and pulsar searches. 

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Zalster
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Thanks for all your support

Thanks for all your support and contributions over the years.  Good luck on your future endeavors.     

 


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mikey
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You will be missed!!!

You will be missed!!!

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Thank you for your work and

Thank you for your work and contributions to this great project, you will be missed!
I do hope you'll consider being a volunteer just like the rest of us and donate some of your spare computing power to this great cause!

Good luck on your future endeavors!

archae86
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Shawn.  Thank you for your

Shawn.  Thank you for your work here.  I've admired the clarity of your postings, and your careful responsiveness to volunteer needs and wishes.

I imagine you are likely to do well wherever you go.

Peter A. Stoll (posting as archae86)

former microprocessor person

 

 

robl
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  Shawn, "Second star

 

Shawn,

"Second star to the right and straight on til morning"

Gary Roberts
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Shawn, I very much

Shawn,
I very much appreciated your support over the time you were involved with this project.  You gave us timely advice about updates/changes behind the scenes and were quick to respond to people having issues that needed 'admin' intervention.  Thank you for your willingness to do that.

I wish you all the best with whatever the future holds for you.

I have just one final 'support' question.  Will there be a new person to carry on your previous role? -- and have you properly trained that person to be as effective as yourself? :-).

All the best,
Gary Roberts.

Cheers,
Gary.

Tom M
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Zalster wrote: Thanks for

Zalster wrote:

Thanks for all your support and contributions over the years.  Good luck on your future endeavors.     

 


Zalster

+1

Over the hill?  What hill?  I don't REMEMBER any hill...
A Proud member of the O.F.A. (I've forgotten what that stands for.... ;)

 

 

 

 

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Shawn, The good work you

Shawn,

The good work you have done here will help you in your next adventure with whatever the future holds for you.

You will be missed!

George

Shawn Kwang
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Gary Roberts wrote: I have

Gary Roberts wrote:

I have just one final 'support' question.  Will there be a new person to carry on your previous role? -- and have you properly trained that person to be as effective as yourself? :-).

Gary, Unfortunately I believe right now there is no one to step into this support role. I hope the team can find someone at somepoint to help.

And to answer another person's question, I plan to keep my home computer crunching for E@H.

 

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Dennis Maddock
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Best of luck. Thank you for

Best of luck. Thank you for your hard work and support over the years.

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