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Thierry Vignaud leaving Mandriva

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I'm on the way out, on my way to new adventures.

Initially I'd planned to sent this a week before quitting (12 february)
but due to real life issues, this will be my last day at Mandriva.

I've had a great time working in Mandrak^h^hiva and I'd like to thank
all the Cooker folks from everywhere. I had great pleasure to work with
my fellow coworkers and with you. I'm proud of what we achieve to do.

>From this day on, i won't be reading neither cooker nor maintainer
mailing list with great attention but I'm still planning to help the
distro (depending on my next job means in terms of time commitment).

I hope I'll be able to continue with some work on a volunteer basis; Feel free to take over any of my packaging work.

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