You have a very valid point. I think if I was a normal member of the A2A team, this might not be an issue ROFL!
I do not "on the bills" work for A2A, and they are not my direct employer. If anything, they sub contract me to do marketing and video work for them. I do however work at times very closely with A2A and know Scott and the team well. When time permits I help as much as I can. They must think I am OK or I wouldn't be allowed to have access to builds for filming... so I guess I am doing something right?
It's an interesting relationship, because my company Jaggyroad Films works for many developers in the community. The reality is however that if it wasn't for Scott, I might not be in this line of work. To say I owe him is an understatement.
The key to my job is to keep my mouth shut between developers. I wouldn't have a job if I blabbed secrets, as this community is small enough for word to get around quick.
Anyways, I digress. I'll mention something to the A2A guys about having tech support tags. It's not a bad idea.