, Bass wrote

If you don't want to do web development or participate in the advancement of the open web that's your choice. I personally enjoy it. And I'm happy to work with people who share similar passions with mine. Smiley

Wow - an open web. That sounds almost as good as world peace and an end to world poverty.

But be my guest. Your crappy code takes money away from your company and goes into my pension, so I don't really care.

But you keep focusing on the "open web". After all, that's what really matters. Not the security of your users or their user-experience. They love their credit card details being in the open air as part of your "open web".