I’m going to be leaving my job at the Electronic Frontier Foundation on Monday, August 3!
After that time I will be working part-time on an Internet infrastructure project (not related to ISRG) and trying out some part-time freelancing. As I anticipate writing in my forum profile, I’m going to be available for paid work on Let’s Encrypt deployments and integrations (e.g. for people who really don’t want to post their domain names here on the forum, or people who want someone to log into their servers to help debug them). I don’t know how much of my livelihood that will turn out to be, because I’ll also be doing other kinds of work at the same time.
Once I’m no longer an EFF employee, I’m going to give up my administrator status on this forum and become a regular user. I’ve told @jsha that I plan to continue to participate in the forum at least to the extent of helping people with their questions in Portuguese, and hopefully also in other ways.
I’ve really enjoyed participating in this forum and I’m really impressed at the amount of help we’ve been able to give people with Let’s Encrypt over the years (as well as with server administration and PKI questions). The community here is something amazing, and as the post at
pointed out, Let’s Encrypt’s services are pretty great and are working smoothly for a lot of satisfied users all the time.
I’m grateful to the colleagues who’ve given me the opportunity to be part of creating Let’s Encrypt!