AIUI, Liz is/was a lawyer (barrister?) or has some background in that area, and I"m very surprised someone with that kind of experience hasn"t figured out (i.e., spent 10 minutes) how to draw up an iron-clad waiver we developers would happily sign in a microsecond (a nanosecond, if anyone else can be in a hurry). It would certify that we"re using a board for development, we accept responsibility for any spurious emanations, we have plenty of experience in applying shielding materials and techniques in the highly unlikely event that anyone suffers interference from our board, we will cease operation until any such potential interference is resolved, and that we hold the Foundation, the Distributors, God, and the Queen harmless in any way for liability for any electromagnetic transgressions, past, present, and future. Amen. Oh, wait, it looks like I just drafted such a waiver.
We must all be getting cranky from an entire adulthood spent averaging four hours of sleep a night – at least, that"s my story, and I"m sticking to it
Oh, and there must be a pool of a couple of hundred thousand highly-motivated prospective Foundation employees who would be more than happy to fill in for the sole employee who is apparently quite clueless and could care less about customer satisfaction. How did you get infiltrated by the unions so quickly? Ah, of course, she"s also the shop steward, foreman, arbitrator, union executive, enforcer, payola clerk ...
The best things in life aren't things ... but, a Pi comes pretty darned close!
"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire." -- W.B. Yeats
In theory, theory & practice are the same - in practice, they aren't!!!