get off me about this…
I fixed something on WiredPages. Why? I was bored one day last week and decided to play around with one of the source feeds I found to fix an existing problem.
As it turned out- the fix I thought I found several months ago when the widget broke– was not really the fix I needed. So last week, after finding the problem I found another solution– and updated my database of fixes for WiredPages.
Don’t ask me why– but I decided to fix the tool on Saturday– however unlike most of the time when I do anything with the many programs I have written for WiredPages– I said nothing.
Earpiece and mostly government personnel have been talking about this ever since.
The reason I do not fix more of the broken widgets on the news service is because I am trying to wait until I move the sites to a new server. Because of security issues– I write the code- so that it can only be run from my servers– and since I want to move– I thought I would hold off.
DOJ and washington still saying settlement on the table– but they really want the site. I have told them over and over — no.
I should not have done anything on WiredPages– but its too late now. It was bugging me.
I want to explain something to those of you who have hard heads about this.
I have been developing WiredPages and the first news service MarylandWired since 1999. It is my business catalog and the time it takes to maintain the service is a lot. I never minded. Sometimes noticing a break with one of my widgets late into the evening– and staying up even longer to fix it.
I love WiredPages. I want to fix everything and move on. I cannot. I am not giving her away. I own QiSoftware. STop.. get out of my ear. I am owed a lot.
Get off me about this. If this was the reason told — today was the day and then no again– stop.
I said no. DOJ— you need to get government personnel off me and end this. I said no.. Deal I have is from May 2012.. I mean no to any other crap.