Hi Adrian,

On Mon, Jun 03, 2013 at 12:17:38PM -0700, Adrian Chadd wrote:
> Hi all,
> This Friday will be my last day at Qualcomm Atheros. I've enjoyed
> working with the extremely bright and driven engineers and designers
> that make the wireless chips and SoCs that people everywhere
> take for granted. I've achieved a bunch of goals both with their
> internal product development and open source. But now it's time to
> move onto different things.
> I'd especially like to thank Luis Rodriguez for introducing me to the
> QCA folk and helping me get access to the Atheros open source project,
> as well as the follow-up discussions that led to me being hired.
> The open source wireless community has been driving innovation in a
> lot of areas for a number of years. I'd like to hope that I've had a
> small, positive effect on that. I wish you all the best of luck in
> pushing forward and continuing to innovate.
> Now, I'm still NDA-enabled and I quite like hacking on this wireless
> stuff so I won't be quitting hacking on things. I will just have other
> things on my mind.
> Good luck to you all!

Thank you very much for all the work you have done for the project.
You've really left an impression that's noticed by ordinary users like

I wish you all the best with whatever you'll be doing next and hope to
meet you again somewhere in the BSD community.

With kind regards,

Paul Schenkeveld
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