[openstack-dev] In loving memory of Chris Yeoh
soulxu at gmail.com
Wed Apr 8 09:14:30 UTC 2015
Feel very sad. Just few weeks ago, I still saw him active on the community.
Really hard believe this happen such suddenly.
He was my leader in IBM and mentored me on the openstack community also,
offered lots of help without reservation, really
learn a lot from him. We have phone call meeting every morning before, he
always sounds happy and enthusiastic even after
he got health problem.
May his soul rest in peace.
2015-04-08 12:49 GMT+08:00 Michael Still <mikal at stillhq.com>:
> It is my sad duty to inform the community that Chris Yeoh passed away this
> morning. Chris leaves behind a daughter Alyssa, aged 6, who I hope will
> remember Chris as the clever and caring person that I will remember him as.
> I haven’t had a chance to confirm with the family if they want flowers or a
> donation to a charity. As soon as I know those details I will reply to this
> Chris worked on open source for a very long time, with OpenStack being
> just the most recent in a long chain of contributions. He worked tirelessly
> on his contributions to Nova, including mentoring other developers. He was
> dedicated to the cause, with a strong vision of what OpenStack could
> become. He even named his cat after the project.
> Chris might be the only person to have ever sent an email to his coworkers
> explaining what his code review strategy would be after brain surgery. It
> takes phenomenal strength to carry on in the face of that kind of
> adversity, but somehow he did. Frankly, I think I would have just sat on
> the beach.
> Chris was also a contributor to the Linux Standards Base (LSB), where he
> helped improve the consistency and interoperability between Linux
> distributions. He ran the ‘Hackfest’ programming contests for a number of
> years at Australia’s open source conference -- linux.conf.au. He
> supported local Linux user groups in South Australia and Canberra,
> including involvement at installfests and speaking at local meetups. He
> competed in a programming challenge called Loki Hack, and beat out the
> world to win the event.
> Alyssa’s memories of her dad need to last her a long time, so we’ve
> decided to try and collect some fond memories of Chris to help her along
> the way. If you feel comfortable doing so, please contribute a memory or
> two at
> Chris was humble, helpful and honest. The OpenStack and broader Open
> Source communities are poorer for his passing.
>  http://www.lokigames.com/hack/
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