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yet another leaving conectiva/mandriva

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Good evening ladies and gentlemen, this is a semi-automatic note to let you know that I am leaving Conectiva/Mandriva today. This is not a revival, it's for good now. The company^Woffice^Wemployee's situation is more than catastrophic by now, give thanks to your favorite manager! See you, somewhere, sometime.

Best of luck,

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Holy Moly Batman!

And another one here!

http://lists.mandriva.com/cooker/2010-07/msg00499.php

Things must be getting pretty bad over there between management and their employees.

re: holy moly

well, they weren't getting paid a few weeks back. I don't know if that's still the major issue, but I can see why they'd be dropping like flies if it is.

Perhaps that's the new "downsizing strategy:" Don't pay 'em until they all quit.

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