I just want to add a different perspective: isn't this kind of another bad sign this dev team is lacking competency? I mean, accidentally pushing code to production is sort of like a sin in software development, especially when it involves hundreds of millions of users. There'll likely be no improvements to performance for a long time, if ever, given that their new code base already has one foot stuck in the mud. They're clearly focused on new features like this and not on plugging the holes. To me, this seems like another obvious indicator the product is going the wrong way.