Why did the support engineer cross the road?

This is the question of the day at the Atlassian support meetup in San Francisco.

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Because that seemed a lower impact solution than developing a means of removing the road, negating the need for crossing at all.

Was this theory tested, or just assumed?

Crossing the road is an important troubleshooting step. Please send logs once I've made it to the other side of the road.

And may be some screenshots too ;)

Because Founder Code.

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Joe Clark Atlassian Team Jan 07, 2013

To get to the log files on the other side

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