Nossa, se algum dia o Google resolver pegar todos os empregados e trancar em uma caverna subterrânea sem contato com o mundo, estamos ferrados (sendo melodramático para dar o tom da notícia ;-). Depois do Guido van Rossum, o criador do Python, ter ido para o Google, agora é a vez do Bram Moolenar, criador e mantenedor do Vim, ir também. Olhem só o email que eu recebi:
The past few years many people have sponsored my work on Vim. Now version 7 is nearing completion, beta testing will start soon, very soon. A big thanks to all who supported me! I would not have been able to do this without your help. But things are going to change. I have accepted a job offer and will go back to a full time job in a few months. To avoid speculation and rumours: I am going to work for Google in Zurich. Fortunately I can spend part of my time on Vim. But it will obviously be less than the past few years when I was working 150% of my time on Vim. I will no longer need sponsorship to survive. Therefore, starting the end of March, all money given for Vim sponsorship and registration will go to the project in Kibaale, Uganda. And no, this is not an April fools joke. The voting will continue as before. And seeing people give money will motivate me to keep working on Vim. The children need the help much more than me anyway. Thus please keep sending money!
Boa sorte, Bram! Você merece!
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