almost 7 years ago from Andrea Cervellin, Founder at cappuccinoatwork

  • Taron GhazaryanTaron Ghazaryan, almost 7 years ago

    If an app gets abandoned, you should probably start looking for other solutions. In any case, releasing an update that disables that feature would be the responsible thing to do.

    0 points
    • Stephen Thomas, almost 7 years ago

      True enough on both points. But if the app is abandoned after I've built several web sites, I might still wish to maintain those web sites. And indeed it would be responsible to disable the "feature" before going dark, but we have no assurance that the developers would do so.

      1 point