(Closed) Should I give out our new website password?

posted 6 years ago in Technology
Post # 3
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Bee Keeper

NOBODY should have access to any passwords to anything that they did not create themselves!

There is no reason good enough for her to need your password. She can folllow you website like the rest of the world!

Post # 4
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Helper bee

I’m a little confused, it’s like a travel blog now? Or travel information for you guests to get to the wedding?

Eitherway, I don’t really see a reason to not give her the password, except for punishing her for not RSVP’ing. They way I see it, if they were important enough to get an invite, they should be someone you are happy to share your travels with. (and if its just travel information for guests, I still don’t see the harm in lettin her know)

Post # 5
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Helper bee

@happyface:  I’m assuming the OP has something like a password protected blog or website. Passwords are meant to be give to people you want to be able to follow you – the point is that you don’t want the general public to see. The password won’t allow her to make changes or add things to the site. 

Post # 6
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

I don’t think you’re being unreasonable, but is this the type of person who’d hold a grudge or be really angry if you didn’t share.  In an effort to keep the peace, I’d try to estimate her reaction and go from there

Post # 8
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Helper bee

I totally understand being frustrated with the people who didn’t RSVP, I’m sure I would be mad too. 

I think I would still give the former co-worker the password.  I think giving people the benefit of the doubt is generally good. You don’t know why this person didn’t RSVP, and obviously they do care about following your travels. 

Sorry again about people not acknolweding the wedding, that sucks. 

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