This is nice! /r/vagrant grew to be a sub while I completely forgot about it!

Hello visitors and subscribers of /r/vagrant!

I've created this community 3 years ago, almost to the day, and just now received a mod mail for the first time, and noticed that it's a community that I mod and it's thriving!

So first and foremost I'm glad to see this sub growing, secondly I apologize for not being a moderator for the community and letting it ride on its own for the past 3 years.

I must admit that ever since I've created this sub I had only a few chances to experiment with vagrant and almost no production work with it at all, I've tried pushing it and Docker to several clients that I worked with, but never had the chance to actually pull it off.

That being said, my knowledge of vagrant and it's features is somewhat limited, and I'd very much like this sub to continue growing and providing those who are working with vagrant the relevant links and discussions they come to the sub for.

So as of these lines, /r/vagrant is looking for a mod to come in and manage the community - I will remain a mod for the time being to ensure that the mod moves on to the right hands avoiding any issues that might arise in such a situation.

I don't know you guys and gals, and unfortunately I don't have the time to read through the last three years of posts to get to know you, so if you please, introduce and nominate yourself or anyone else you feel like might be a good moderator for this sub, and hopefully the comments and responses will allow us to identify the proper future mod for /r/vagrant!

Cheers, and keep up the good work!

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