Chad, you'd definitely be captain of my sinking submarine! ;)

On Aug 9, 12:33 am, Chad Etzel <> wrote:
> Hi There,
> First, in my own defense, I feel that my original "part-time/day off"
> statement was misconstrued. I was trying to make that point that even
> though I am way over my hours on my contract, I still monitored the
> situation all day from both sides (dev list and internal ops
> information). I think you will find that I posted in several threads,
> and I did help several individuals offlist. I'm still awake monitoring
> things (but not for much longer at this rate).
> I did this because:
> a) I am a fellow third-party app dev on the same sinking submarine.
> b) I also feel a lack of communication sucks.
> Again, nothing new really to report, so no "official updates" have
> been made aside from the Streaming API update this morning. Basically,
> Second, you obviously don't know all of the usernames of people that
> work here. There is an incredible ops team here working as we type all
> of these emails. I'm not going to give names because they don't need
> any more distractions or you checking up on them. Call that
> non-transparent if you wish; I call it letting them get their job
> done.
> We have top men working on it right now. Top. Men.
> Thanks you, as always, for your continued patience in the matter....
> -Chad
> On Sun, Aug 9, 2009 at 3:19 AM, chinaski007<> wrote:
> > My point was that my browsing of the tweetstreams of the Twitter
> > engineers I am familiar with, ops and otherwise, reveals another
> > normal weekend, with all the loveliness that the Bay Area has to
> > offer... and while there may be a bunch of Keebler elves drinking
> > coffee and working hard, I don't see much evidence of that from my
> > sampling.  Do you?
> > On Aug 9, 12:08 am, Bill Kocik <> wrote:
> >> What was yours?

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