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Saturday, December 31st, 2022, 7:37 am

Lying as Cultural Norm at Sirius Open Source

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Gaslighting at Sirius
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Summary: Sirius ‘Open Source’ has become a company that’s run by liars, who don’t tolerate people who oppose lying (there’s also bullying and gaslighting — a subject for next month or next year)

THE video above shows the latest meme and article along with Jay Little’s new blog post about a gaslighting boss who lies a lot like it’s a bodily function.

People who wish to be true to themselves and maintain their values (a matter of personal integrity) ought to consider leaving; many people, including managers, left GitHub after Microsoft had bought the company. Then again, GitHub was proprietary all along, unlike Sirius Open Source.

Companies come and go all the time. Companies that elevate unqualified people to positions of power perish faster.

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