[swift-evolution] Update on the Swift Project Lead
nevin.brackettrozinsky at gmail.com
Tue Jan 10 12:37:28 CST 2017
Congratulations Ted, and best of luck to you Chris in your future endeavors!
On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 12:07 PM, Chris Lattner via swift-evolution <
swift-evolution at swift.org> wrote:
> Since Apple launched Swift at WWDC 2014, the Swift team has worked closely
> with our developer community. When we made Swift open source and launched
> Swift.org we put a lot of effort into defining a strong community
> structure. This structure has enabled Apple and the amazingly vibrant
> Swift community to work together to evolve Swift into a powerful, mature
> language powering software used by hundreds of millions of people.
> I’m happy to announce that Ted Kremenek will be taking over for me as
> “Project Lead” for the Swift project, managing the administrative and
> leadership responsibility for Swift.org. This recognizes the incredible
> effort he has already been putting into the project, and reflects a
> decision I’ve made to leave Apple later this month to pursue an opportunity
> in another space. This decision wasn't made lightly, and I want you all to
> know that I’m still completely committed to Swift. I plan to remain an
> active member of the Swift Core Team, as well as a contributor to the
> swift-evolution mailing list.
> Working with many phenomenal teams at Apple to launch Swift has been a
> unique life experience. Apple is a truly amazing place to be able to
> assemble the skills, imagination, and discipline to pull something like
> this off. Swift is in great shape today, and Swift 4 will be a really
> strong release with Ted as the Project Lead.
> Note that this isn’t a change to the structure - just to who sits in which
> role - so we don’t expect it to impact day-to-day operations in the Swift
> Core Team in any significant way. Ted and I wanted to let you know what is
> happening as a part of our commitment to keeping the structure of Swift.org
> transparent to our community.
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