Hello, David Couch here (3525 Bluff Point Dr)
As some of you are aware, I’m your new web developer supporting our neighborhood HOA site. Earlier today, I made some updates to the site addressing one of the issues I’ve heard repeated time and again – the site is inaccessible, hard to use, logging in is confusing, etc.
And as most of you are probably aware any page or post added to the site automatically sends an email to all users registered on the site. Yep – you. Well, when I installed an update earlier today it happily created a bunch of pages. Yep. It did. And yes, as it is supposed to do – the site promptly alerted all of my delightful neighbors about it.
Please accept my sincere apologies for this err on my part and any confusion or alarm it may have caused. It was not a hack. Rest assured the site is more secure now than it was when I became a member just over 2 years ago.
In the coming weeks I will continue to make updates and changes to the site. I’ll do my best to do so without unfortunate incidents like the notices that went out today. Also please note that one of the things that I aim to change is the way we use the site to communicate. Did you know that every post made to this site has been a blog post? Yep.
So very soon I hope to provide a more productive, intuitive and accessible forum for us to use for our neighborhood wide communications, and our more select ones too. A specific place to request help in finding your lost pet. Others to contain all messages and conversations by our respective committees, groups and community projects.
To date, I have brought the site software current, made it secure (https), and added an e-commerce solution. Did you buy your Pecans yet? So stay tuned, bear with me, and above all let me know your thoughts and concerns regarding this site.
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