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Wednesday June 26, 2002
12:58 PM

Talking with the CEO

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Our new CEO has an "open email" policy where any employee may send him an email and he'll actually read it. One of my co-workers sent him an email and got a response back within a day or two.

So, today I sent him a short note explaining why he should consider a donation to the Perl Foundation. :)

I'll keep y'all posted.

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  • It can't hurt to try. After all, the worst that can happen with emailing the boss is that one finds out who the idiots are [fuckedcompany.com]. Always a useful thing to know, even if it turns out that the boss is among them.
    • It can't hurt to try.

      You're insufficiently pessimistic. Perhaps the boss is completely unaware that communistic, security-destroying open-source software is being used at the company, and the e-mail would trigger a companywide purge.