Now I have to decide whether to put someone into the older (10d) version as planned, and know that the timeframes and capabilities are a known factor, or take a punt on putting them into 11d which was shoved under my nose today.
Given they have not had a backup in "a wee while", I plan to NOT invoke Murphys Law, and instead run with the existing proposed solution - which, given Murphys annoying ability to flip-flop at any time, and lay even the best designed plans to complete and utter waste, could well spell disaster anyway.
Kill me. Kill me now.
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