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Daniel Stenberg 25 Jun 17
Going back home. To cry. To curse. To write code from home instead. Fricking miserable morning. No for me.
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Julien Vehent 25 Jun 17
Replying to @bagder
What happened?
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Daniel Stenberg 25 Jun 17
Replying to @jvehent
They denied me entry on ESTA with no explanation. Already at check-in in Sweden. =( or rather instead of check-in
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Brad Smith
I'd be happy to have one of our U.S. immigration legal folks talk with you to see if there's anything we can do to help. Let me know.
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Daniel Stenberg 27 Jun 17
Replying to @BradSmi @jvehent
Thanks for the kind offer. Mozilla legal is gonna look into it for me so hopefully things will just magically turn out all right...
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Tomas Sancio 27 Jun 17
Thanks for cURL.
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Denelle Dixon 27 Jun 17
Good to see our tech community rally- we appreciate your support of Mozilla's efforts.
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z̢͠a̡ļg͡o͏ b̷e̛҉çk̕͞ơ͢nş̛͞ 29 Jun 17
Many on (including MSFT employees like me!) are worried about the future of software standards in the US in light of travel bans.[1/2]
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z̢͠a̡ļg͡o͏ b̷e̛҉çk̕͞ơ͢nş̛͞ 29 Jun 17
Replying to @BradSmi @bagder and 2 others
Would you consider extending this offer to any engineer attempting to enter the US to work on OSS or open standards? /cc [2/2]
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Craig Montuori 28 Jun 17
Good man, Brad. Perhaps a story to give next time you're asked to provide Congressional testimony
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Tanner Fiala 28 Jun 17
warms my heart seeing that the big guys are willing to step in.
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José Miguel Parrella (JMP) 28 Jun 17
As part of , this means a lot
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