Our goal isn't to require bleeding edge hardware. We'll require something more than chiseled rocks, and something less than what the NSA ordered last month.Somehow, I don't think that was a very helpful post. Hopefully, it was moderately entertaining.”
I've sat here for 10 minutes trying to write a nice, reasonable plea for patience but everything is coming out blah.
OP makes some good points. The first reason is a good one. We're still tweaking systems and until all systems are in and functioning, the likelihood of change is high. We do not want to over-promise and under-deliver. We don't like saying one thing and then turning around having having to say "whoops, sorry!" I mean we're good at our jobs, but we're not perfect and virtually every single system we work on will be tweaked to some degree or another.
Oh, and *beep* marketing. (*beep* could be "f-them" or it could be huggles. It really depends on my mood.)But the point is understood.”