On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 12:02 PM, Steven Walling

> On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 11:37 AM, Federico Leva (Nemo)
> <nemow...@gmail.com>wrote:
> > Anyway, being able to disband the SF office as regards software
> > development (and perhaps more), and switch to remote work only, would
> > probably be the single most effective measure for enhancing communication
> > and cooperation in the movement.
> As someone who moved to SF to work here, I could not disagree more. The
> amount of time and energy I save being near many of the people I work with
> closely in the same space is enormous. Not to mention the fact that many of
> us work better together with people we are able to see socially and so on.
> I could go on, but the truth is I think no one actually responsible for
> making such a decision is crazy enough to get rid of a central office.
> (Move the office? Maybe someday if we really are forced to. We've done it
> before. But get rid of a central office? No.)

I hear texas is wide open <http://www.texaswideopenforbusiness.com/ca.php>.

Detroit also has lots of cheap real estate and should be a major contender.

- Ryan
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