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10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-13, 10:33
by Moonchild
We're coming up on the 10 year anniversary of Pale Moon's public release.
Initially I had some lofty plans of doing something special for it like having commemorative coins available or something, but in the end what I need most is to do less, not even more side stuff.

So, at the advice of our Captain, who suggested this idea a couple weeks ago, I'm going to take a break and celebrate 10 years of Pale Moon by not doing anything for Pale Moon. I'm taking a much-needed vacation, most likely until the end of October.

Of course I'll still be reachable if needed, and I'll check in occasionally, but otherwise, consider me gone.
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Now is your chance to show your community involvement ;) Tackle some of the issues and show everyone that you can do it! ;-)

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-13, 10:42
by moonbat
Congratulations to you, Tobin and everyone else who's worked so hard to bring PM to where it is now :clap:
(I never knew it was such a huge list of contributors :shock: )

Enjoy your vacation, the rest of us here will hold the fort till you return!

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-13, 14:35
by Rickkins
Enjoy your vacation...

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-13, 15:16
by gepus
Have a good break! :)

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-13, 15:38
by Tomaso
Moonchild wrote:
2019-09-13, 10:33
I'm taking a much-needed vacation
..and deserved!
Have yourself a good one, Moonchild!! :thumbup:

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-13, 17:19
by Moonraker
Just out of curiousity moonchild.what would be the ideal location for you in regard to a vacation?.I understand you are quite well travelled so would it be anywhere exotic maybe.?

You deserve it and owe it to yourself.enjoy.!

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-13, 18:41
by adesh
Enjoy your vacation, Moonchild!

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-14, 03:37
by F22 Simpilot

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-14, 09:20
by Marcus
Enjoy your vacation :)

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-14, 10:34
by loxodont
I'd bet he's doing something for Pale Moon (too).

Enjoy the silence :wave:

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-15, 11:46
by Tharthan
Enjoy your vacation, Moonchild. :)

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-16, 06:52
by fatboy
Awesome! Congratulations and Thank you on 10 years of epic browsing with Pale Moon!

Enjoy your vacation!

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-16, 08:13
by yereverluvinuncleber
A vacation well earned.

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-21, 04:44
by hujan86
Fair enough. Software development does take a lot of one's time. And probably sanity as well.

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-22, 17:16
by div9800
great browser thanks a lot
RUS
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самый лучший браузер! спасибо тебе братуха!

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-09-24, 08:37
by Moonchild
As some have noticed I've not been completely gone. That's mainly because apparently there's been a need for some extra moderating lately.
Can y'all just get along for a few weeks and keep your mudflinging to a minimum?

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-10-03, 10:05
by Moonraker
Superb browser and i hope we celebrate another 10 years..God i will be 57 by then lol.

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-10-08, 21:31
by mtosev
Congrats on the 10 year anniversary . stay awesome moonchild and the rest of the devs

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-10-09, 03:36
by Dustie_Rose
:thumbup: :wave:

You have earned it and then some. Enjoy some downtime for a change, Dustie

Re: 10 years of Pale Moon

Posted: 2019-10-09, 19:18
by Tharthan
Moonraker wrote:
2019-10-03, 10:05
i will be 57 by then lol.
Completely Off Topic
Off-topic:
Isn't it sad that this particular past decade has taken ten more years off of your life? I don't know about you, but when such a length of time is (more or less) utterly wasted by society, and we don't move in a direction that is both good and productive, the visible (and felt) impact that the passage of time has on a person can be somewhat saddening. Decades that are good and productive are a different story, of course. At least with good decades, one can say that progress has been made beyond the scope of one's own life (and the lives of those close to oneself).

Let us hope that the 2020s (read as: "two thousand twenties") are far better than this decade was. Let us get back to fighting for the dream of the new millennium being greater than the last.