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>   1. EMusic's staffing of Freeamp Developers (Brett A . Thomas)
>   2. Re: EMusic's staffing of Freeamp Developers (Mark B. Elrod)
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> Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 13:44:01 -0700
> From: "Brett A . Thomas" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: EMusic's staffing of Freeamp Developers
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> To all the developers of Freeamp,
> 
> We at EMusic.com have made the tough decision not to continue
> full-time development of Freeamp.  This means that Rob Kaye, Mark
> Elrod, Isaac Richards and Keith Steinbeck will be moving on to other
> projects, some within EMusic, and some not.
> 
> I wanted to take this opportunity, first of all, to thank Rob, Mark,
> Isaac and Keith for their extraordinary efforts on this extraordinary
> product.  I'm as proud of Freeamp as I am of anything I've done in my
> career, and I think the four of you did a remarkable job as
> distributed team working on an open source project.  I still believe
> that the Freeamp team within EMusic is the way a lot of commercial
> software development will be done in the future.  It was great to work
> with all of you on such a grand experiment.
> 
> What does this mean for the future of Freeamp?  In large part, that's
> up to you, the developers.  EMusic.com will continue to host the
> freeamp.org domain, freeamp-dev mailing list and the CVS tree.  It may
> take a little while to work out the details, but new releases of
> Freeamp will continue, and someone will be merging patches.
> 
> Good luck to all of you!
> 
> Brett
> --
> Brett A. Thomas - Senior Vice President, Technology
> http://www.emusic.com | http://www.rollingstone.com
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> Message: 2
> Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 17:37:45 -0700
> From: "Mark B. Elrod" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: Re: EMusic's staffing of Freeamp Developers
> Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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> Just to let you guys know I will be continuing development for the
> foreseeable future. It will not be full time since I will have other
> duties so if you guys can help pitch in it would be great! I see this as
> an opportunity to get more people involved!
> 
> elrod
> 
> "Brett A . Thomas" wrote:
> 
> > To all the developers of Freeamp,
> >
> > We at EMusic.com have made the tough decision not to continue
> > full-time development of Freeamp.  This means that Rob Kaye, Mark
> > Elrod, Isaac Richards and Keith Steinbeck will be moving on to other
> > projects, some within EMusic, and some not.
> >
> > I wanted to take this opportunity, first of all, to thank Rob, Mark,
> > Isaac and Keith for their extraordinary efforts on this extraordinary
> > product.  I'm as proud of Freeamp as I am of anything I've done in my
> > career, and I think the four of you did a remarkable job as
> > distributed team working on an open source project.  I still believe
> > that the Freeamp team within EMusic is the way a lot of commercial
> > software development will be done in the future.  It was great to work
> > with all of you on such a grand experiment.
> >
> > What does this mean for the future of Freeamp?  In large part, that's
> > up to you, the developers.  EMusic.com will continue to host the
> > freeamp.org domain, freeamp-dev mailing list and the CVS tree.  It may
> > take a little while to work out the details, but new releases of
> > Freeamp will continue, and someone will be merging patches.
> >
> > Good luck to all of you!
> >
> > Brett
> > --
> > Brett A. Thomas - Senior Vice President, Technology
> > http://www.emusic.com | http://www.rollingstone.com
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