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dean
2004-06-01, 17:01
Hi All,

I wanted to drop a note with some good news here from Slim Devices.
Vidur Apparao, an active member of the community, has agreed to come
work for Slim Devices full time as our Software Architect. He'll be
heading up our software development process and working on some new
product efforts. Vidur was previously at Netscape where he was Chief
Architect for clients and subsequently headed up AOL's Innovation
Center for new technologies. We're really excited to have him aboard.

Please give a big Community welcome to Vidur!

All the best,

dean

Pbox
2004-06-01, 18:30
Congrats to both parties. I am looking forward to see the slim server
release process get much more professional, and even give the mozilla
counterpart run for the money! In other words, I have high expectations,
very high!

Pbox

dean blackketter wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> I wanted to drop a note with some good news here from Slim Devices.
> Vidur Apparao, an active member of the community, has agreed to come
> work for Slim Devices full time as our Software Architect. He'll be
> heading up our software development process and working on some new
> product efforts. Vidur was previously at Netscape where he was Chief
> Architect for clients and subsequently headed up AOL's Innovation Center
> for new technologies. We're really excited to have him aboard.
>
> Please give a big Community welcome to Vidur!
>
> All the best,
>
> dean
>
>

Jack Coates
2004-06-01, 18:41
Just don't rewrite everything in XUL :-)

Seriously, I have huge respect for the Mozilla project and Netscape before
it, this sounds good.

--
Jack At Monkeynoodle.Org:
It's A Scientific Venture...

Michel Fombellida
2004-06-02, 03:40
Welcome Vidur :-)

kdf
2004-06-02, 03:47
Congrats, vidur! you lucky bastard ;)
-k

Ron Thigpen
2004-06-02, 08:41
Jack Coates wrote:

> Just don't rewrite everything in XUL :-)

Actually, a XUL front end (running the browser, to control the server)
would be awesome. Could make for a much more fully-featured and
responsive UI.

--rt