Re: [ANNOUNCE] New Apache Fineract Committer James Dailey
> On 8 Sep 2018, at 8:15 AM, Ed Cable <edcable@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello Fineract community!
> I'm happy to announce that Apache Fineract has a new committer.
> James is in fact the longest standing member of the Mifos and Fineract
> community as he is the origin of the project as the original founder and
> visionary behind Mifos back when it started as MOAP within Grameen
> Foundation - http://moap.sourceforge.net/.
> See this post for more on the roots of Mifos, now Fineract and James' story
> - http://mifos.org/blog/the-roots-of-the-mifos-initiative/
> Throughout the years, James has been an active member of the community.
> Most recently he's helped the community stay on the pulse of payments and
> digital financial services through valuable valuable insight he provides
> regularly on the mailing lists as a consultant to the Gates Foundation on
> their Level One Project. James has also shared his expertise on pay as you
> go clean energy solutions.
> While not a developer, James has contributed significantly in sharing
> requirements and spearheading discussions across a variety of subjects on
> the mailing lists. He has provided valuable feedback and insight into
> forward-looking architectures for banking and financial inclusion. Most
> recently he's been stewarding critical discussions on payments integration
> and the alignment between Apache Fineract and Mojaloop. He recently has
> been spearheading efforts to improve our processes and fix the contribution
> model for the community.
> James is eager to come on board as a committer and become more deeply
> involved in the Apache Fineract community.
> Congratulations James! Thank you for your contributions, and thank
> you for accepting our invitation! We look forward to continuing to
> work together with you.
> Best Regards,
> Ed Cable
> Apache Fineract
> P.S. James, would you mind if we announce your committership on social