Last week marked one year since I took 'ownership' of the newly minted Hackerspace blog. While technically designated 'owner,' that title truly belongs to the LH commenters that frequent the site and make it what it is. It has been a fun year filled with many fun articles, open threads, projects, and conversations. For many reasons, I have been much less active over the last weeks/months. I've done my best to promote a community that is not owned or edited as much as allowed to be what it's users want it to be. At the 1 year mark, I have decided to pass the torch to another. While I will certainly remain active in the community, I will be shifting the primary ownership of the site to someone who has been around since the beginning and has been active with the Hackerspace twitter feed. Mr. Edward Callow
I love you all and goodbye...until tomorrow, when I will probably see you at the open thread.
Parting request: I feel that times like these are good to get some brainstorming done. Take a fresh look at ideas, ask how Hackerspace is run, what regular posts should be made, ask questions like 'why is it done that way?' Let's mix it up and not be boring, eh?