I was responsible for the Macintosh version and hence was both permitted to address the
changes and criticized for impacting the Windows builds - the changes were in shared code.
I would probably face legal issues if I named names.
[You can always look me up in LinkedIn and, with minor detective skills, guess which
From: "cctalk" <cctalk at classiccmp.org>
To: "cctalk" <cctalk at classiccmp.org>
Sent: Friday, January 29, 2021 6:57:28 PM
Subject: Re: APL\360
It was thus said that the Great Norman Jaffe via cctalk once stated:
It happened to me as well - I found hundreds of warnings in the code and,
after getting permission to address them, I was fired
Wait ... you got *permission* and were still *fired*? Have I just been
fortunate in where I've worked my entire career? 
because 'we would
have to recompile the Windows version due to the changes you made'; the
source code was reverted to the state before I made the changes.
Wouldn't you have to recompile the Windows version for updates? Or was
the company too cheap (or was unable to) run regression tests?
to have their product on any system that I have involvement with...
Can you name names? Or do you need to protect yourself?
 Possibly yes.