Which means *at minimum* they leaked client contact information or *at worse* all client communications. You’d think lawyers focusing on cleaning up people’s records would be a little more careful.
I don’t think Venezuela should be considered as a good example of anything. Their efforts “worked” for a couple years but — like every nationalization plan — failed once equipment started breaking down and they realized the people of means and ability had left..
Curtis, thanks for your feedback.
No, quite the contrary. I will do good things in this city despite the Mayor, the City Council, and their backroom, secret deals and encouragement to break the law.
But I won’t be used as a prop for them to act like they are transparent, honest, or are supported by the tech community.
You should really read the rest of my post.
As I note, this is beyond Prop 1 and shows how the City of Austin does business and how they want to do business and regular online interactions. Prop 1 was just the thing that shined the light on it.
I’m not questioning the RealMagento community but this line — “that in our #RealMagento niche of the broader PHP community we are somewhat insulated to the hate-spewing” — makes me wonder what you’re referring to in the PHP community.