To the superuser community,
I have officially submitted my resignation as a superuser moderator to the community team. I would like to thank everyone who I have collaborated with over the years – my fellow dedicated moderators; all my fellow computer lovers who have contributed their knowledge, passion, and expertise; the many former members of the community team who taught me a great deal about building community with patience; and to every person who ever read a question or answer I wrote and found it useful.
It has been a long time since I have been active daily on superuser. Back in the day, I would spend many hours a week answering questions, working on the (now defunct) blog, processing flags, and chatting with the community. My career, while still involving computers, has taken me away from the hands-on, day-to-day technical details that apply to so many of the topics here. Shifting corporate priorities from Stack Exchange have finally pushed me to make this long-overdue decision to turn in the diamond badge and make way for new members to fill that role.
My experience on superuser was instrumental in my growth as a person, and I will always be grateful for my time spent here. I'll still drop in occasionally. Best wishes to all of you – may superuser live long and prosper!