[amsat-bb] Re: NAMSATE AND EAGLE PROJECT ARE DEAD!!!
lucleblanc6 at videotron.ca
Tue Jul 15 01:16:11 PDT 2008
On 14 Jul 2008 at 14:59, Rick Hambly (W2GPS) wrote:
> I am glad you care enough about AMSAT's future to pay attention to events as
> they unfold. It appears that you have misinterpreted recent events, however.
> AMSAT's engineering department is undergoing a reorganization that we hope
> will allow us to better focus on the results our members have been looking
> for and improve cooperation among the development teams. There is nothing
> sinister going on at all.
> AMSAT members will be getting more detailed information through the Journal
> and the engineering mailing lists in the coming days and weeks.
> AMSAT LM2232
Regarding "misinterpretations" i refer you to the "The Little Prince" book especially his visit to asteroids 325 and 326 each of which is
inhabited by an adult who is foolish in his own way:
325 The King who can "control" the stars by ordering them to do what they would anyway. He then relates this to human subjects; it is the
citizen's duty to obey, but only if the king's demands are reasonable. He orders the Prince to leave as his ambassador.
326 The Conceited Man who wants to be admired by everyone, but lives alone on his planet. He cannot hear anything that is not a compliment.
I care as much as per my Hobby as you but not as much as you care about your membership and volunteers ideas!
A i wrote "NAMASTE and EAGLE project are from my point of view literally dead! For those who are still believing on a HEO made by AMSAT-NA
forget it they "HALTED" NAMASTE and fired out the EAGLE team leaders" i agree with you there is nothing sinister when you wrote
" At this time, all group leaders on the Eagle project are relieved of their leadership duties."
Read the book...
P.S. You should have wrote "AMSAT members will be getting more detailed information through the Journal
and the engineering mailing lists in the coming years and decade". Your move will only change the time line...
Luc Leblanc VE2DWE
A former AMSAT-NA member
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