so reddit is trying to end remote work

October 2, 2014
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chuckcode 4 hours ago | link

Seems like a lot of great open source software projects are run almost completely with remote teams - linux, git, apache, R, python, etc. have a lot of "remote" developers.

Why do so many companies discourage remote teams? Hard to ignore the fact that you can get access to a much larger pool of developers and often for lower cost. Is there something fundamentally different about software development for a company vs opens source. Are the open source projects managed better/differently in some way to make these remote worker projects succeed?


judk 1 hour ago | link

Open source projects have better managers than reddit.


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October 1, 2014
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from hit #1 on @HackerNewsYCBot for a while today (thanks HN!). Traffic up 100x. I was dumb enough to ask our developers if we could handle it. This is what they sent back

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its probably good for your moral character..

September 25, 2014
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