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Sunday, January 29th, 2023, 3:36 pm

Microsoft Skype is Not Open Source

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Sirius and Microsofters Inside
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Summary: Sirius ‘Open Source’ has been employing incompetent managers for years — a sentiment shared among colleagues by the way; today we examine some glaring examples with redacted communications to prove it

LAST night we published this latest/next part about Sirius, though only about a day later than originally expected due to my most important hard drive simply dying. We’ll still try to stick to the original schedule with a closing day after exactly 2 months (since the start of the series). After that we have more to cover, but maybe not on a daily basis.

The video above goes back to the days when a backstabbing manager had been appointed; he asked if not demanded all of us to get Microsoft Skype accounts and get the darn thing installed only for useless presentation based on invalid data.

The video moreover gives a recent example of “managers” failing to do very simple and very critical tasks. This puts clients’ businesses at great risk.

Sirius hasn’t been managed by competent people for years already. Clients are noticing this, but some chose Sirius because of very old past reputation (and revisionist history).

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