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Gamewatch.org [Nov. 1st, 2004|01:45 am]
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So, let's talk about it. What would you like to see?

Edit: Hello all. I'm sorry about this, but I've turned on screening for anonymous comments in this thread and the top one on the blog. We have a troll who has been spamming comments every few hours or so, and I just don't have time to keep coming in here and deleting them. Rest assured if you post anything that ISN'T vulgar, I will unscreen it as soon as I see it. Hopefully the troll will lose interest soon and I can lift this.
Edit 1/4/2005: Comment screening turned back off; thank you all for your patience. =)
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From: (Anonymous)
2005-03-11 06:28 pm (UTC)

Sweatshop pratice is common in other software industry as well

I would like to suggest that you should extend the scope of gamewatch.org to other software industry as well. The company that I worked for is a leader in wireless device. During crunch time, most of the developers in our department were working at least 50 hours per weeks and it lasted for 3 months. I got no overtime pay. The working environemnt is no different than a sweatshop of garment industry in developing worlds. I hope that you can extend the discussion topic so that software delovpers in all industry can have a place to submit the working conditions in their company.
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