The situation with Fedora EMEA e.V. has been a tough one. To sum up what has been a trying year and half, we were asked by Red Hat to make some changes to the organisation, involving the use of the trademark, in order to continue supporting the European part of the community. Since then, we, the Board, has not done a single thing to remedy the situation. No matter what your opinion is on the issue, this is a failure, which as a Board member, i must take responsibility for. I recentely relocated back to the States for personal reasons, and this is an issue i can not personally sit around and wait on any longer. Personally, i feel that not handling the issue has burnt off any goodwill i may have had with the community at large. I don't feel it would be responsible to ask to show more leadership to the community.
The biggest regret i have is that i will not have the time nor energy to continue maintaining the xmonad packages. Working on them is the single most rewarding thing i've done for the Fedora Project and i'm happy to hear that Ben Boeckel has already picked them up.
So long and thanks for all the fish!