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Goodbye To SCALE

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Unfortunately the SCALE organization and the non-profit organization that oversees SCALE are no longer aligned with my free & open source beliefs and principles, so it is time for me to step away from my roles within SCALE. This was not an easy decision to make and one that have I struggled with for quite some time. I believe it to be the best decision for the organization and myself. I wish the team at large the best of luck in all their future endeavors and look forward to seeing what they accomplish.

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