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Old 05-10-2006, 05:54 PM   #1
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LXer: Mambo Open Source CMS Lead Developer Quits

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York, UK – Mambo lead developer Martin Brampton has said that he is severing all ties with the Open Source project. His departure — which is eerily similar to the departure of an entire development team last year — comes in the wake of him finding himself unable to continue due to matters of conscience. [That's the thing about FOSS projects - attempts to absolute control every little detail will fail. It's one of those hard lessons that you have to let go to gain. Kudos to Brampton! - dcparris]



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