Steve Mosher steve at
Tue Apr 7 00:24:34 CEST 2009

production is not stopping. Sean said explicitly in his Bern address 
that there is ample inventory and I'll add that the production 
continues. In fact, one of the consequences of suspending GTA03 is that 
we can focus
on two things ( FreeRunner and Project B) as opposed to three things.
Let's get this straight. FreeRunner is Open. There is no EOL. Not like
a closed product where software support ends. As long as parts remain
available ( as far as I can see at least through the balance of 2009)
as long as demand remains, we will produce and support the FreeRunner.
That's the whole blessed point of delaying the GTA03.

Lalo Martins wrote:
> quoth arne anka as of Mon, 06 Apr 2009 18:01:11 +0200:
>>> This is getting ridiculous.  Now the misreportage is spreading through
>>> the blogosphere:
>>> ...
>> in what respect a mis-reportage?
>> that's, what i concluded from these long mails with 99.9% quote and half
>> a line at the bottom ...
> The articles (Slashdot, Phonescoop, Engadget, Giz) are saying Freerunner 
> was cancelled.  That doesn't even make sense, since Freerunner is out, 
> what's there to cancel?  But I believe it was said explicitly that 
> production of the Freerunner is *not* stopping... (I certainly still want 
> one, buzz or not)
> best,
>                                                Lalo Martins

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