[Acme] Kathleen is now your friendly AD for acme

Stephen Farrell <stephen.farrell@cs.tcd.ie> Mon, 27 April 2015 15:00 UTC

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Subject: [Acme] Kathleen is now your friendly AD for acme
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Hiya,

Kathleen and I have planned to swap a few tasks between us
in the next while, and one of those is acme. We're doing
acme a bit sooner than other swaps because I'm just about
to start a wee bit of day-job work with a sponsor that
involves stuff that (all going well) plans to use the
letsencrypt.org service (or an equivalent if one pops up).
Given how central LE is to the proposed work here, I
figure it'd be too close to a conflict of interest if I
were the responsible AD right now.

I will of course continue to be an enthusiastic participant,
but Kathleen will be the one helping in this move towards
chartering a WG etc.

Cheers,
S.