Christoph Cullmann christoph at
Thu Jan 14 12:19:48 GMT 2021

On 2021-01-13 23:05, Milian Wolff wrote:
> On Mittwoch, 13. Januar 2021 21:57:13 CET Christoph Feck wrote:
>> Hello developers,
>> my personal situation allows for much less time for KDE
>> related work, at least during the Corona times.
>> I would like to retire as soon as possible from these
>> responsibilities:
>> - bug triaging
>> - release service
>> - KIconTheme maintainer
>> - KPlotting maintainer
>> - KWidgetAddons maintainer
>> For bugzilla, I see many new and old contributors doing awesome
>> work with triaging, so departing here shouldn't be a big issue.
>> I hope someone can continue checking responses to NEEDINFO bugs
>> and REPORTED bugs that didn't get a reply within about two weeks.
>> Regarding the release service work, I have made sure the load
>> isn't all back to Albert. For future release work, Heiko Becker
>> volunteered to help, but maybe another hand would be awesome, too.
>> For the frameworks modules, I initially assumed each module
>> must have a separate maintainer, so I volunteered. Today I
>> see many modules still just community-maintained, and I hope
>> the community can take over maintainance. Not that I did any
>> relevant work here in the recent years...
>> I might eventually continue to prepare some patches, so please
>> keep all my accounts intact, but only de-list me as the maintainer.
> Thanks a lot Christoph for all your work! As I myself has had the 
> pleasure of
> quasi-retiring but never quite leaving - may the same happen to you ;-) 
> I.e.:
> Take your well earned break and come back whenever it suites you again!

Really thanks a lot for all the work ;=)
I can't even count the bugs you worked on alone for KTextEditor/Kate/...

There was always another Christoph faster than me ;=)


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