To whom it may concern :) ....
I gave my notice to TurboLinux. I'll leave all the ugly bits out. By September 1st, I'll be devoting the majority of my time to my system management project. Yes, it is OpenSource... www.open-it.org still needs to get the backend up, and it will have to wait for my arrival at my new work place in September. Where? Stanford University.
I worked there for 5 years in EE/CS, and while at TurboLinux kept some involvement. I hope that along with the directory services project I will regain some stake in Stanford's own Linux distro, SULinux. I helped put it together with one other staff member there, and with my credentials at TurboLinux, I don't see why I shouldn't be somewhat involved :) Founders/ authors rights, right?
Now that I will be "free" corporate wise, my diary entries from hence forth should be meatier, and more frequent. Running your own OS project tends to give you complete freedom of expression, not just in code, but in true ability to speak your mind. I'm tired of having too much in my head but alas not being able to speak to a soul.
(Joe does a little dance to demonstrate)