I have some disappointing news: I will no longer be able to continue working on Bad Voltage Magazine for the foresable future. My days have gotten longer at work due to supporting a webservices interface that I wrote, writing a new one that is due in mid-July and also learning AngularJS at work. Once I finish this interface then I will probably be supporting it and long with writing a new one along with doing some UI work once I get trained up on AngularJS. You add this with the personal responsiblities I have outside of work and you end up with a huge mess that robs you of your sanity like I have going on now.
I have moved the code under the Bad Voltage organization (https://github.com/badvoltage/badvoltagemagazine) and hopefully, someone will pick up where I am leaving off. There’s nothing worse than seeing a project you start gain momentum and then realize you can’t support the project as it should be supported. It honestly sucks.
I feel I owe the community at large an apology. I realize that this may possibly kill the magazine and I am truly sorry. I thought I would have more time to give to this but unfortunately, I have miscalcuated and have been left with no margin to be able to do this in the manner I believe it should be done.
I want to thank @joe for his contribution and also to those who have forked the repo to start work on the magazine. Also, thanks to @neuro for his feedback thus far on the magazine and asking some really great questions. Finally, thanks to @jonobacon, @bryanlunduke, @sil, & @jeremy for putting together a great podcast and letting me run with this as long as I could.
I still plan to be active in the community and hope people understand the choice I made. Maybe one day, once the waters calm again, I can come back and contribute once again.