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OSDL drops staff coders

Filed under: General — kees @ 10:33 pm

News clippings about OSDL‘s RIF:

Two months ago, I jumped on a fantastic opportunity and took a job with Canonical (leaving OSDL none too soon, it seems). I’m disappointed that OSDL laid off so many of my friends. I had been visiting the office on and off so I could continue to participate in the daily lunchtime board games. It’s the end of an era.

Games played during lunch:

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1 Comment »

  1. Very crummy, regarding the layoffs. :(

    That’s a great list of games, though. My FIL is hugely into the Rails games, so it’s become a tradition to play at family gatherings when we can. We bought him Lunar Rails not long ago, which is set on the [colonized] moon, tweaks a few of the standard rules here and there, and has this funky 3D-mapped-to-2D setup.

    Comment by jenn-ay — 12/6/2006 @ 12:40 pm

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