Farewell as forum moderator
@Michel with the team of Isadora you created a caring community that is not afraid to share their practices with each other. I can't thank you enough for that, it was one and still is one of the selling points of Isadora for me. It shaped me as an artist to grow in a supportive environment and make Isadora my own. It is an honour to follow in your footsteps and to grow this community even stronger with the team.
Hopefully, you will visit us often (just because you want to see what we as a community are doing) during your off-time.
Let's speak soon at the Isadora workshop and drink a beer with each other :)
dbini last edited by
Bye Michel, massive thanks for your contribution to the community over the years, sorting out the forum and keeping the family of Isadorables happy. good luck with your future ventures... :)
We love you forever and always <3
Since joining in 2012, I have always found you to be a friendly, helpful and, above all, patient moderator here in the forum, who has certainly played a large part in setting the tone in this forum, so pleasantly apart from others. Thanks a million.
The normal user Michel is welcome to all of us.
All the best
You were one of the first names I got to know on the forum when I was first learning Isadora, and then one of the first faces years later when I came Berlin for the first time to meet the team.
I have always respected your level headed honesty and your well of technical knowledge, I hope that your endeavors don't take you to far from the Isadora community and we can again meet for a pint and teach each other some tricks.
jfg last edited by
thanks for all the work you done for Isadora
all the best for your new responsibility in the university. I know by experience how much energy it could cost.
just to echo others here: i'm a relative newbie, but i've quickly discovered that this forum is one of the many things that makes Isadora a community as well as an amazing media tool. So many thanks for the work you have done here. Best wishes for the new role.
Clement last edited by
A famous Izzy Guru name is leaving, but I'm sure not so far !
Thank's a lot for your advices and commitment in this fabulous forum.
All the best !
gapworks last edited by
A true loss indeed! And thank for all the support over years!
All the best
Bill Cottman last edited by
@michel: Thank you🏋🏾♂️💕👍🏾
the first Isadora meeting in Doncaster in 2009
Wow good times! Seems so long ago now - but I guess it was! Thanks for all the help and support with the forum and many other things.
@michel mein lieber Mischel, für deine Superorganisiertheit, deine Freundlichkeit, deine Fähigkeit Beruf und Privat auszubalancieren, deine tolles Deutsch ;-) und die kleinen informellen Gespräche sage ich DANKE mit deinem Landsmann, der als Einziger die kulturelle Aneignung der ostdeutschen Kultur beherrscht.
jhoepffner last edited by Michel
Hello Michel, I remember talking with you in Berlin in different times but always around Isadora. I wish you hapiness and success in your life and enterprises.
@michel. It is with sadness that we see you go michel. You'll be missed. Thank you for the wonderful time. Knowing that you among the team where there was a big relief knowing that between all of you we all can through out questions.
Thank you, and have fun in your new projects.
oscar last edited by
Holy you just reminded me that we stick to this program for quite a while- I guess only a few applications can hold up with Izzy in my portfolio and for sure you have been a reason for this! Thanks for all your help!
fubbi last edited by
Thank you Michel, welcome back to the mortals!
@fubbi You know that Michel will never be a simple mortal, he will always be one of our most beloved gurus. We will miss you Michel.
Thank you to all for the kind words. I am not as present on the forum anymore but I am still here :-) and still stick to Isadora. After 21 years at the university, I am taking a sabatical to recharge my batteries for the last 16 years until retirement.
From summer 2022 me and my wife will travel for around 7 months with our camper from Canada to Panama, somewhere along the Panamericana route. This would be a good opportunity to meet some of you on our way. The camper will then head back to Europe and we will go to Japan and the Kingdom of Bhutan for around 2 months.
The camper is still work in progress and I hope I will finish it until summer :-)
CitizenJoe last edited by
@michel If you end up in Winnipeg, let me know!
tomthebom last edited by
Lieber Michel, vielen Dank für alle Deine Hilfe, Deine gute Energie und all die tollen tools, die du geteilt hast.Falls Ihr mal über Dänemark kommt: Da ist immer Platz für Euch bei uns (in der Nähe von Møn auf Sjælland)
Klasse, dass Ihr Euch auf den Weg macht!