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Re: Company is looking for GNU tool chain developers
- To: toon at moene dot indiv dot nluug dot nl (Toon Moene)
- Subject: Re: Company is looking for GNU tool chain developers
- From: Joe Buck <jbuck at synopsys dot COM>
- Date: Tue, 15 May 2001 12:13:35 -0700 (PDT)
- Cc: pavel dot baranov at ubicom dot com (Pavel Baranov), gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org ('gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org'), gcc-help at gcc dot gnu dot org ('gcc-help at gcc dot gnu dot org')
Pavel Baranov wrote:
> > California based company is looking for GNU tool chain developers
> > for contract or permanent work to customize GNU tool chain for
> > 32-bit RISC processors. This includes gcc, asm, sid etc.
> I presume this company is looking for people based outside the State Of
> California - to be assured of un-interrupted working hours ?
> [ The last time I had a black-out here is about half a year ago ]
OK, this is already way off topic -- except that gcc.gnu.org is in
California, so perhaps you need some reassurance.
If you had a black-out a half year ago, and it lasted more than one hour,
that means that in the past six months you've lost more time due to loss
of power than we in Silicon Valley have, since our total downtime for
all rolling blackouts since the crisis began totals about one hour.
Life goes on in California, despite reports to the contrary. Things will
be worse this summer, yes.