It's ten years since I started working on improving Linux hibernation. Doesn't time fly?
In that time, the in-kernel implementation has slowly improved, as has TuxOnIce. While the in-kernel implementation still has a reasonable way to go in some areas, some of the work Rafael, Bojan and others have contributed over the last year or two has made it significantly better. At the same time, other work has significantly improved boot time without hibernation.
In addition to the developments in the kernel, my life has changed a lot. I'm now focusing much more on Drupal development, and have struggled for a long time to find the time and motivation to put into TuxOnIce after other demands on me get their share of attention.
I'm therefore writing to let you all know that I'm planning on calling it a day. Before I do that, however, I'd like to get the input of others. Does my evaluation of things sound fair to you? Can anyone make an argument for not stopping development of TuxOnIce?
In His service and yours,
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