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Will Bond (the master of Package Control) joins Sublime HQ!

#1

This must be the most exciting news I have heart in a while! All the best for the Sublime HQ team…

http://www.sublimetext.com/blog/articles/sublime-text-3-build-3103

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#2

Congratulations!
All the best for them in years to come. :blush:

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#3

Congrats @wbond and Sublime HQ. Great hire!

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#4

I’m really glad the project is moving forward with new talent.
ST is poised to remain the top text editor.

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#5

This is really great news! Any word on what @wbond will be working on?

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#6

Congratulations! Suddenly I have a lot more hope for the future of ST :slight_smile: Build something amazing, will!

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#7

Thanks, I‘m excited to be working with Jon and Kari!

I‘ve been working on all different aspects, from new features and bug fixes on ST proper to working through PRs on https://github.com/sublimehq/Packages.

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#8

Congratulations @wbond . Hope you have a great future ahead and make Sublime even better.

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#9

Great news for all. :slightly_smiling:

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#10

Congratulations, @wbond and Sublime HQ. This will be a big improvement.

Wish you all the best and that ST3 will be ready for release soon as you’re planned.

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#11

After almost an year! :’)
Congratulations @wbond !

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#12

will package control be part of ST in the future releases :wink: ?

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#13

Definitely a great idea ! I don’t understand it is not already the case since sublime lost a huge part of its interest without package control.

By the way it would be a great idea to list all of the package we use in a sublime config file so that they will be automatically downloaded when we go on another machine (I always spend too much time reinstalling all the package when my session is reset at school).

An congrats to wbond !

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#14

User/Package Control.sublime-settings, see https://packagecontrol.io/docs/syncing.


We talked about this already, but congratulations again, Will.

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#15

Thanks ! Never heard about that.
That being said, it would be great if package control would become a pre installed part of sublime.

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#16

Congrats @wbond!
I hope ST development will be faster after your joining to team

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#17

Fabulous news @wbond!

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#18

About time! ST would not have become as successful as it is without Package Control. Congrats @wbond!

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#19

Congratulations @wbond !
I hope that the development will be more active now and updates will occur more often !

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#20

Congratulations @wbond, a well deserved and welcome addition to the team. As many have already stated (I’m just reiterating), your contributions are just as vital the the success of Sublime as the core product itself.

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