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Re: [SLE] Re: SuSE CTO and President Steps Down
  • From: Steven Hatfield <ashari@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 15:04:18 -0400
  • Message-id: <200108281904.f7SJ4IT22568@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Tuesday 28 August 2001 02:59 pm, Christopher D. Reimer wrote:
> > It appears that SuSE is in trouble.
> > Anyone from SuSE care to comment?
> What makes you think that SuSE is in trouble? Just because someone is
> leaving their job after three years doesn't mean that the SuSE is in
> trouble. I been at my current job for three years and the thoughts of
> moving on to something fresher keeps coming up. If the next guy happens
> to be a former janitor from Microsoft, then SuSE is probably in
> trouble. ;)
> Christopher Reimer

Because SuSE has been cutting back on their staff for the last year or so,
and now the CTO leaves. Sounds like trouble to me, but if it isn't, then
hopefully SuSE will say so. I just don't even like the IDEA of SuSE being in
trouble, because they are my favorite distribution, and I'd hate to see
anything happen to them.

Have a great day,

Steven Hatfield
Registered Linux User #220336 ICQ: 7314105
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