You've heard the saying about "the straw that broke the camel's back", right? Well, like all of our efforts that haven't yet led to success, the community is starting to have a significant voice regarding this topic. Blog posts, forum posts, news articles, tweets, petitions, emails, letters, phone calls, and the list goes on and on. No single one of these things will get Motorola's attention. However, enough of all of these things just might.
As such, I invite and encourage you to on Groubal.com.
I doubt this petition alone will invoke any change in their policies. However, perhaps this petition, along with enough of us trying desperately (but still professionally) hard to be heard, will ultimately break through to the higher-ups at Motorola. If you feel this isn't worth your time, that's fine. No pressure to sign it. However, if you think that the 30 seconds it takes to read and sign this is worth it, even if there's only a 20% chance that it will help, well, that's pretty good. Wouldn't you be willing to buy a $1 lottery ticket if you had a 20% chance of winning $100? Ultimately, we'll only get through to Motorola if we band together and act as a single, large group. Even if we only account for 5% of Motorola's customers, if 5% of Motorola's customers are actively asking for something, that will get their attention, since that probably represents 50% of their customers that communicate with them. Think about it, and if you decide it's worth the cost to you (perhaps a minute or two, and that's all), then join us.
That is all.
Pc747 message below:
For those who do not know the motorola petition site, groupal, has been hacked. When a person clicks on it, it introduces malware. So as a result we have removed all links to that site. And will remove the links from sigs. Please if you see a link pm us so we can make sure no one clicks and messes up their computer.