Hey @DrVargas -
i wanted to let you know that someone flagged your post for removal due to its tone, but I am actually not against having a constructive conversation in public if you promise to stay civil.
One of the things that makes Netlify special IS our commitment to transparency. It’s a core value we care deeply about and take pretty seriously. This means owning up to mistakes, being honest about where we haven’t quite succeeded, but also championing our successes, big and small.
That value of transparency is easy to say, hard to live by, and especially so when you are an extremely fast-growing company with big ideas. But we’re not really here for easy. That’s a choice we make.
Your choice is to disparage a hard-fought win for us (the support team) and our customers in public.
Why are you making this choice?