Still no response on my precise and pointed support request. All the others have been answered. Well, "answered" by a cut&paste statement that speaks volumes by what it doesn't say.
Also, while LJ's "user representative" did drop by my first post on this, he never directly engaged me - there was one comment left to some random dude who was asking "has anyone contacted LJ to ask what's going on".
No appearances by staff in the big chunk of primary research everyone was pointing to. I suspect nobody actually accountable for this thing uses LJ, and none of the LJ-using staff wanted to try and deal with someone in Aggressive Researcher mode asking semi-technical questions... my entire Direct Official Response so far is one comment reply from astronewt , a Customer Support Representative.
I wonder how long it'll take to stop including the code that loads and calls the DrivingRevenue() function? Sure, they're now serving a blank .js file (though some people still seem to have it in their caches). But it's loaded by every page. If I put on my tin-foil hat it's easy to imagine a revised, bugfixed version getting silently slipped back in there. hey, Peggy, thanks for telling us what tipped you off about our script, we'll get right on fixing those glitches that make it noticeable!
I've been doing my best to not wear the tin-foil hat, though. It's just time for LJ's yearly spanking, I keep telling myself.
Anyway. I should get a tax number for the upcoming con in New York, and draw some stuff.
A nice cup of rabies
Rantings with occasional art.
- What is LJ doing to my links? Part 6.1, damage control or the lack thereof