Pattern Recognition: Is SourceForge In Play? Brondsema, Fatty Wars, and Pat Workman, IR
Is Scott Kauffman flipping SourceForge? Kauffman has never built a publicly-held company but has flipped many privately-held ones. He also is conspicuously avoiding analyst meetings and Investment Banking technology conferences, of which, Ali Jenab, former CEO, consistently attended keeping SourceForge (NASDAQ:LNUX) in front of Wall Street as a baseline [non-insider] shareholder value maximization strategy.
Since approximately February 2009 SourceForge's Investor Relations Manager, Pat Workman, seems to have left the Company, or was let go or...
In December 2008 SourceForge initiated its ramping up of its R&D and hired Dave Brondsema to work on fossfor.us...the formally non-disclosed project Kauffman slipped out on May 5th but then kept quiet with its immediately subsequent release the next day when exposed on May 5th by chaosUnplugged.
Brondsema on Aprill 5th declares to the world he has released Fatty Wars. Is this the top secret R&D SourceForge has invested in as a superior competitive advantage to finally create SourceForge (NASDAQ:LNUX) shareholder value? No,
"...A few friends and I have been working on a game for quite a while. We're finally done! FattyWars is a multiplayer space shooter. Designed for playing with unlimited friends, and you can also play against the computer..." - Dave Brondsema, April 5, 2009
What is Dave Brondsema actually doing? and what is Scott Kauffman, the senior officers, and the Board of Directors thinking?
to be continued...