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Eugeni Dodonov Sails Away, Quits Mandriva

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It's strange how much of a community we have here around OSS and Linux (pardon my vernacular). Some say there isn't really a community, but it only takes a departure to prove them wrong. Today we say bye to Eugeni Dodonov, who is leaving Mandriva to pursue new adventures.

Now I don't know him. I've never met him and I don't think we've ever corresponded. But I know his name. I've seen it hundred times at least. I've written it a few. So, when you hear of their leaving, you feel a loss.

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