A lot of features that should have worked in feedly didn't work for me. One I can think of off the top of my head was the configuration option for changing the font. It had no effect on my machine (running latest firefox stable under linux).
I can think of lots of dumber things a smart person could say.
No, Atlantis is in another galaxy and we need a Zed Point Module to get there.
I read it as "gigglibyte"
At least it's not Michael Bay.
I think your position is a reasonable one.
However, it's not particularly relevant to the security hole. The bug has to do with deserialization of parameters rather than SQL specifically; the SQL injection exploit is but one possible exploit of the bug.
Moreover it's not inconceivable (likely, in fact) that other bugs of the same class exist in projects other than rails. Avoiding Rails altogether doesn't protect you from this class of bug.
Does this have anything to do with CADIE?
Somehow this sounds like a bad idea...