No Teams = pitchforks and torches
Local school district board was set to have another virtual meeting to address parent "concerns" (whining) that their kids, the district's students, aren't going to school in-person yet. (This after a similar meeting just a week or two ago followed by in-person protests.)
Apparently someone waited too long to log into the computer handling the meeting via Teams and got bit by this outage.
The already inflamed parents raged even harder. Why couldn't the school board switch to Zoom, or Facebook Live, or any manner of tech they had all summer to study and reject for various reasons?
(Actually, a good reason, against Zoom at least: the limited number of participants means some people just couldn't attend, and meeting transparency laws say that's a no-no; all must be welcome, and the school board can't play favorites who gets the link and who doesn't. Teams apparently doesn't have a limit.)