I know my XP's gonna take a huge hit for this, and tilly
probably won't (or cannot) answer but it has to be asked anyway, especially in light of:
As of today here is the status. This came up from an incidental issue about a month ago. I have been told that if I wish to continue being employed, I cannot post code.
What exactly happened? Try to phrase the answer as your employer would: what're their concerns, how did this come to light for them, and why did they feel the need to come to you with this? Put yourself in their shoes for the answer and be honest.
There's obviously another side to this and all of the speculation going on by well-meaning by ignorant monks isn't helping at all except to spread FUD.
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