Dale Schumacher wrote:
> If the concerted efforts of many talented (in some cases even paid)
> engineers couldn't achieve that basic milestone, it seems unlikely
> that it will be achieved by a loosely-organized group of unpaid (and
> demoralized) volunteers.

You can view the situation also as an opportunity to change some
of the structure of the project. Openmoko Inc. had certain
constraints due to the way it was conceived. Some of them looked
good at the beginning but later caused problems - yet were too
difficult to change.

The good thing about a new start is that you can stop fighting the
mistakes of the past and turn your full attention towards making
new ones ;-)

- Werner

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