One nice thing about the mess that happened at NPM is that it acts as something to point to when it comes to "this is what happens when you fire people for organizing: you lose many of your most valuable engineers and staff"

The things I'm hearing about NPM even since the abject and unethical failure of a CEO got his ass unceremoniously canned are...

very yikes.

Things are *bad*.

And the most important bit is that it was preventable and they brought it on themselves through illegal behavior.

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