Interesting article in The Courier today, which suggests there could there be a light at the end of the tunnel for the farmers for now.
According to one farmer, navigate a couple of fundamental problems with persistence and resilience and no help and you will eventually get a SAF entered ready for processing.
The question remains, what about the integrity of the saved data?
Regardless, it looks like the guys got the system built and working successfully before they were terminated and replaced.
So, it’s good news for the farmers for now; but any success here is a credit to many developers who worked against incredible odds and were sacrificed afterwards.
Rumours are that another 27 are to be sacrificed this week and replaced.
How the system will continue to stand up with a predominantly Spectromax team going forward is another question.