Funny one! I’ll keep fingers crossed it the latter.
I hear your pain! I wanted to quit my job on Monday. Almost did!
My upside is that every job I do is short-term freelance. So I just have to hold my tongue for another 3 weeks and then I’ll never work for her again. I think I can…I think I can…I think I can…
So lucky! Wish mine was like that! It’s not - management been here since before I was born and they have at least another 5 years to go before they retire.
Yeah, that is my attitude.
Being an OS customer i know that we are lower on the list as far as delivery (in all aspects) is concerned and the whole ‘tube replacement’ saga moved me to the edge of refunding.
I guess we am lucky in terms of time and financials that there is little pressure on us if we stick it out for the duration
I’m not excited. I don’t think it’s necessarily because of glowforge - life has been pretty crazy, especially the last month - but I’m pretty meh about the whole thing. I have no idea if there will be another delay or if they’ll actually start shipping soon. Maybe I’ll be more excited when something concrete happens and I actually start buying supplies or get a shipping notification or something.
i’d be very surprised if this weren’t the case
I get excited every time a beta or PRU posts another great project. However, I’ve stopped paying attention to the timeline. After numerous delays with little warning that they were coming, I find the schedule more or less irrelevant. I’ll go through the ceiling when the first person posts that they received their “golden email.” Not being negative, not down on @dan or the great crew at GF , just to the point I’m ignoring the calendar and impatiently waiting to see the wait come to an end.
Right there with ya…