Boy oh boy, this can't bode well for the future of vBulletin and their customers
I'm nearly ready (with add-ons being custom built) to move from vB to xF and am simply waiting for 1.1 to be released along with my custom add-ons to be completed. So, I'm getting really close of not having to worry about vB anymore
Lots of people working on piracy management.
Sales Customer Support Kay - Kay oversee's our phone/ticket sales support and piracy management Danny - Danny also helps specifically with phone/ticket sales support Zuzanna - Zuzanna helps with piracy, phone/ticket sales support Ebony - Ebony helps with piracy, phone/ticket sales support Jasper - Jasper works as our marketing/communications intern, he has run a number of vBulletin communities for a number of years Rene - Rene assists with our piracy management David - David assists with our piracy management
Yawn couldn't this of stayed on the VB site rather than have another thread which will probably degenerate into a vb slagging off. Hell I just noticed another thread of the same nature was already closed as it went that way
Much in the same way that Ray was going to mexico to finish up that Log Cabin?
Personally, I don't think or feel this is sad news but a chance for everyone to celebrate that cracks are forming again inside the walls of <insert company here> I just don't believe the amount of people leaving is purely coincidence. Whether it's bad working conditions or whatever this for me is a good sign (bad sign if your a customer). I'm not trying to be funny here I never liked the company, nor some of the bad advice that customer support gave customers into buying <insert product version here>.
I guess you reap what you sow. Not phased by this whatsoever and certainly not at all surprised, bothered or concerned. Just that simple.
I wish steve the best of luck though, I've never had a problem with him and I've only heard great things about his support capabilities.