Andrew Hill is leaving the Revive Adserver project team
Farewell to Andrew Hill, Architect of Revive Adserver’s Success
It is with mixed emotions that we announce Andrew Hill’s departure from the Revive Adserver project team. Andrew has played a pivotal role since 2013 when he spearheaded the acquisition of the open-source code from the previous maintainer. Under his guidance, we successfully launched Revive Adserver in September of that year, marking a new era for the project.
Andrew’s commitment to the project has been unwavering, contributing tirelessly for over a decade. His expertise and dedication have been instrumental in the project’s growth and success. In 2015, he demonstrated his entrepreneurial spirit by creating a successful Patreon program, securing crucial support for the project’s ongoing development.
In addition to his technical contributions, Andrew invested countless hours in enhancing the documentation website, ensuring that users could navigate and implement the software seamlessly. His active involvement in the community forums reflected his commitment to fostering a supportive and collaborative environment.
All the time, energy, and inspiration he invested in the project has brought it to where it stands today, and we couldn’t have achieved this without him.
However, in recent years, Andrew has been increasingly prioritizing family, personal pursuits, and other professional endeavors. After careful consideration, he has made the difficult decision to step away from the project.
We express our deepest gratitude for Andrew’s invaluable contributions to the documentation website, community forums, and overall project development. We commend his warm and positive style of team play, and his impact on the project and the team will be lasting. We wish him the very best in all his future personal and professional endeavors.