Dream I totally get where you are coming from and if you read my previous post you will see I agree with you 100 per cent on everything you are saying. I'm not familiar with the legal responsibilities of a CEO but I have to believe Thomas must communicate to us in some form or another on some regular basis. But again I don't know for sure so I won't try and pretend to know like some on this board like to do on various topics.
The fact is I believe we have all missed the boat on this company and Thomas over the last year. He is in charge it's his responsibility to tell us what's going on good or bad. What really bothers me is when he finally does communicate he says things that he doesn't back up. My opinion on leadership is at least do something and try. And do what you say period.
My read on Thomas is he was chosen because of his tech knowledge which seems to be very extensive but his experience leading a public company is zilch. Kind of reminds me of our current president but we won't go there right now. Lol
I do recall either thru a private message or some communication that Thomas was chosen from a contact he had with the company when they were building either matrix or something else. He clearly has those tetchy skills but is major lacking in other aspects. I think our former CEO was just the reverse. I will say both are ethical and I have a ton of proof on that from multiple independent sources. Don't listen to the noise on here it's just that NOISE.
So where do we go from here. As I said before I think we Ned to put the fire to Thomas and hope he makes this work. I still believe matrix is a very good product which needs the right work, funding, and marketing support to make it successful. Many many companies and products must attempt and fail many times before they succeed. I think this is the case here too.
I think it's a good sign that matrix was transferred successfully back in the proper fashion so at this point all I can say is we can only go up from here. Lol
Sorry again for the long post. Have a great day all