As of today, I am officially a member of the Habari Project Management Committee. In all honesty, I'm a little overwhelmed with the trust that the other members of the committee have placed in me, and I hope to live up to that trust. I'm excited to be a part of this project, and hope to be a part of its future in any way that I'm able.
I am not a coder (or at least not much of one), which is, I think, an illustration that the PMC is focused on the best product for the user, rather than the best product for the people writing the code. What I hope to do is help make sure bugs are tracked well and acted upon and make sure that we don't lose sight of the fact that most users aren't coders and don't really care how a given feature works, as long as it does work.
Thank you for your faith in me, fellow members of the PMC. And to the rest of the Habari Community, I'd like to say thank you for creating an environment where it's fun to be active and it's easy to keep up the motivation to work on this project.