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    Who else regrets calling for Ellen Pao's resignation?

    I like the transparency.
    Maintain the status quo or burn it to the ground… just don’t do it in the shadows.
    Pao didn’t communicate anything well, and that’s when she communicated anything at all. I’m not even sure she liked Reddit.
    At least we know what’s happening now.



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    I like the transparency.
    Real businesses can’t thrive with this sort of transparency where executives and ex employees are undermining each other in public.
    Pao didn’t communicate anything well, and that’s when she communicated anything at all. I’m not even sure she liked Reddit.
    No excuse for the abuse and accusations that were thrown her way, other people would have been given the benefit of the doubt.



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    Real businesses can’t thrive with this sort of transparency where executives and ex employees are undermining each other in public.
    No, that’s not what transparacy is. You’re describing backstabbing and internal politics.
    Transparency is when they stand up and clearly outline their goals, the future direction of the company, the values Reddit stands for and what the rules for being a part of the community are.
    Transparency is when these are enforced in the open with reasoning that can be evaluated by the community, not arbitrarily with a scattershot approach.
    No excuse for the abuse and accusations that were thrown her way
    It’s not an accusation. Pao didn’t communicate well with the community. That’s an established fact.



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    It’s not an accusation. Pao didn’t communicate well with the community. That’s an established fact.
    This is so flimsy to me. What would have constituted good communication with community?
    You know how other execs communicate with the patrons of their services, through press releases and interviews. It doesn’t matter that it’s community based; take Mark Zuckerberg, apart from the canned PR stuff that gets posted on his page, the man is notoriously private. He isn’t posting stuff on walls the facebook community engaging in any meaningful way.
    Reddit is corporate, I don’t think contributing to random subreddits is going to help the executives to do their jobs. The communication thing almost seemed liked redditors wanted her to post her daily activities and justify her position somehow.
    I don’t really care about her or reddit, I just like dislike bandwagon hate that operates under the guise of objectivity.



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