Webchutney is making years worth of classified files relating to its internal office workings freely available to the public.
On Wednesday, the Webchutney Management has decided to begin a year long project to transfer the files to the public domain, which will post them for public perusal.
The project is a response to numerous Freedom of Information (FOI) requests about Webchutneys internal operations, or WIO's, that have been filed over the years. Mainul Haka, our Chief Security Officer for over 6 years, called the release “a great day for open corporate goverenance and freedom of information”.
When complete, the WIO files will contain some 100 Webchutney-related files from 1999 to date, representing the single largest release of records in the history of the digital industry.
The reports range from mysterious to downright bizarre.
“There really are many strange phenomena in the company, and these are invariably reported by rational people,” Mainul Haka said in his closing remarks. “But there is a wide range of natural explanations to account for such phenomena.”
The first release titled the “commitment of the Delhi Branch Staff” is a study recorded secretly by Mainul Haka himself over the last 10 days. It categorizes staff according to business operations and attempts to highlight the effort in the given reccessive environment.
Below is the executive summary the findings:
Mainul when reached for comments said “Its obvious, apart from the Airtel Team and Tech Team, rest of them can be categorized as perhaps the “Saaale Nikaame” category. He did request the Branch head be an exception because of obvious reasons.
Anyway, we are taking this opportunity to showcase some of the Webchutney Delhi Warriors who work day and night to deliver commitments and protect the webchutney nation and ofcourse are Mr Hakas favorites .
There is a lot more coming up, tell everyone and watch this space.