00:00 - 00:03The application has started crashing frequently
00:04 - 00:05So far, crashes have occurred on workstations here..
00:05 - 00:07here, and here.
00:08 - 00:12From what we can tell
00:12 - 00:15the workstations themselves have likely been compromised
00:17 - 00:19Perform testing with the current versions of POD
00:19 - 00:21With only two it should be quick to identify the problem
00:24 - 00:26Sir...
00:27 - 00:28There...
00:31 - 00:33There are still 4 versions of POD in use
00:34 - 00:36They have different code bases and functionality
00:53 - 00:58Everyone who's still using a Windows XP workstation with Office XP, leave the room
01:13 - 01:15Who the hell forked all these versions of POD?
01:15 - 01:17And no proper version control!
01:18 - 01:23This is a maintenance nightmare!
01:25 - 01:28No wonder that POD has so many problems!
01:29 - 01:31The application is fucked!
01:31 - 01:34This is the legacy of an application left to the maintenance of users!
01:34 - 01:37Why has this never been dealt with before now!?
01:37 - 01:40The web team is supposed to be responsible for this!
01:40 - 01:42Sir, we're attempting to merge the versions back into a single branch
01:42 - 01:46And yet we would still have to deal with the issue that Digital is a separate domain!
01:46 - 01:48Sir, we can copy their Active Directory structure.
01:48 - 01:52And pollute the Marston domain with that crap?
01:53 - 01:54I won't have it!
01:56 - 01:57It still wouldn't fix the crashes anyway.
01:57 - 02:00It wouldn't fix the fact that the application is still an Access 2000 project
02:00 - 02:03The backend is still fucking MSSQL 2000
02:04 - 02:08That's almost 14 fucking years old!
02:08 - 02:13This isn't even the worst application we have!
02:14 - 02:16The Job Management database doesn't even maintain referential integrity!
02:17 - 02:21These things could keel over at any moment!