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QA frustrations: waiting  almost a year for a resolution

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/11/29

A frustrating part of reporting issues to many companies is the time it takes to get a response at all or a response “maybe in the far future”.

Below is just an example, but I see this regularly, for instance another example (scheduled in a later security related post) a company that responds to a “welcome in the 21st century” complaint on enforcing a 16 character password limit by responding “maybe we are going to extend it in the 22nd century”.

[WayBack] why are the parameters in a reverse order.

–jeroen

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