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Tue May 26 21:52:08 CEST 2009
I always thought that people being laid off is a sign that the company is
trying to stay in business. A sign of a company going down is (where I come
from) sad gentlemen coming to the office and taking out the computers.
Speculating in this thread is not really helping them at the moment, so just
2009/5/26 Sam Kuper <sam.kuper at uclmail.net>
> 2009/5/26 William Lai <will at openmoko.com>
>> No, I was not being sarcastic. People were saying their 'thank you
>> goodbyes' so I wanted to clarify that we are still here, and there is lots
>> of work to do.
>> I do not know Sven and I never saw him in the office, but he has every
>> right to interpret and share what he heard. Yes, there were layoffs. There
>> are just enough people remaining to keep things going (literally) and Sean
>> chose to do so over shutting everything down. Please try to see things from
>> that perspective instead of siding with the more negative aspects.
>> Tomorrow, what remains of us, will go to work and continue to deliver solid
>> FR hardware, provide re-work solutions and run servers for our customers.
>> If you feel that is not enough than please jump in and get your hands
>> dirty. The idea of an open phone started out as a revolution -- now pick up
>> your sticks and fight if you want it to happen.
> Hurrah! *That's* the spirit!
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