- All,After much thought and consideration I have made the decision to step down as the overall coordinator for ProgDay. This has not been an easy decision for me nor one that I have taken lightly. ProgDay is a very special event, and has been a part of my life for more than a decade now. There is no one specific reason why I have chosen not to continue with the festival, but there are several factors in both my personal and professional life that have led me this decision. ProgDay is a year round activity that requires a significant investment of time, money, and sweat to pull off. In the end I think I have just burned out on it to an extent and feel that this is a good time to pull away. I have made many very good friends over the years with my association with ProgDay, and appreciate the extreme effort and hard work that everyone in the organization has put in to be able to pull the festival off each year.The good news is that the ProgDay organization is still in tact and plans for the 2010 edition of the festival are progressing as I write this. More announcements will be coming soon regarding next year.Finally I would like to thank everyone that I have worked with in the ProgDay organization and everyone who has attended the festival in the past 12 years. I am sure I will see many of you down the road at various prog related events and future ProgDays.Steve SlyProgDay 1997 - 2009
- --- In ProgAndOther@yahoogroups.com, stevesly@... wrote:
>Steve - Thanks for all the work you've put in over the years.
> After much thought and consideration I have made the decision to
> step down as the overall coordinator for ProgDay.
It has definitely been appreciated.
> The good news is that the ProgDay organization is still intactExcellent. I can't wait for ProgDay '10.
> and plans for the 2010 edition of the festival are progressing