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Some very strange reactions in this thread. The idea that this somehow validates the notion that Eich's politics don't affect Mozilla as a workplace seems particularly bizarre, to me.

My read on this is that there are employees at Mozilla who feel strongly enough about this to speak publicly, and the most likely reason is because they believe that Eich as CEO will affect their workplace.




He's been CTO since 2005. Now his views will suddenly begin to "affect their workplace"?

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CTO is a technical role. CEO is boss of everybody, and organizational figurehead. So yeah, it's very different.

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I asserted nothing of the sort.

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