Contributed by Dengue on from the goodbye dept.
go on yankee break my heart
there's nothing left for us to say now
even best friends have to part
Effective April 01, 2004 publication of new content at OpenBSD Journal will cease. Jose and I have decided that it is time for us to move on to other things. We're tired and burned out. So, that's pretty much that in a nutshell. We will no longer be publishing new content. I'll leave the site up as is for another 4 to 6 weeks, then I'll terminate the hosting agreement and take her offline.
This will certainly seem to you, our readers, a hasty announcement. In fact, Jose and I have been discussing this issue for quite some time. The decision to cease publication was made over a month ago. As for announcing this on April 1, chalk that up to our quirky sense of the absurd. Since many of you seem to have an unhealthy fixation on conspiracy theories, let me assure you of the following:
- We really are just tired of doing this.
So, I'll keep this short and sweet. Thanks to everyone who submitted. Without your participation, this never would have been. Special thanks to those of you who consistently submitted really good material. More than anything else, you are the ones who determined the direction and content of OpenBSD Journal. If OpenBSD Journal ever amounted to anything, it was because of that. Thanks to Sera Systems and Hurricane Electric, our early hardware and bandwidth providers. Thanks to New York Internet for their support for the last year. I would really like to compliment nyi.net on the comprehensive and hassle free nature of their support. You guys are truly top drawer. I can post a trouble ticket online and get resolution of a problem faster from nyi.net than I can from the company I work for.
Well, that's about it. Later.
james r phillips 04012004
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