in reply to Re: On contexts, rules, flexibility and purity
in thread On contexts, rules, flexibility and purity
I don't know the full situation that prompted the short flurry of nodes, but if the organization in question is a charitable one with real lives at stake, screw the business needs and help the people one way or another. I, personally, could not look a child in the face and say, "Well, kid, ya know, I think it'd be nice if you could sleep in a bed under a roof tonight, but the database server is down right now and our internet service provider is unresponsive. Here's a newspaper you can cover up in when it gets cold".
I will now spare the reader my rant about short sighted executives moving on to equally green pastures after their blunders have cost a great number of working men and women their homes.