Interview with Michael Shiloh about OpenMoko
bogdan.bivolaru at gmail.com
Thu Feb 7 08:49:53 CET 2008
I read the interview and I really liked it. Also I appreciate putting a
picture of yourself in that interview, since I will find it hard to
reach to SCALE (I live in Europe).
To feedback: most annoying is the lack of any formating of the text of
the interview, as in bolding keywords , which makes it hard to read.
Perhaps this is because of the blogging software they use, restricts
HTML formatting? Anyway none of your doing.
The questions (especially the first ones) are very well suited and
answered and after reading the interview I get a pretty good idea of
whom am I talking to.
Michael: I’m the advocate for the community within the company, and
the advocate for the company within the community. It’s a bit hard
to describe, but I try to make sure information, questions, and
issues flow as freely as possible between the two.
It is very interesting to know how free software, as a product, and open
source as a development process change, and in your case add totally new
positions inside a company.
So, good luck with the show and keep it up!
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