Given the amount of these warnings all over makes me think that the message is: “Yes, we know that you may tilt and hurt yourself. Actually we don’t care and we don’t intend to do anything about it. But at least now you can’t say, that we didn’t warn you”.
It also makes me think about what is being done about poor data quality all over. There are lots of warnings out there and lots of ways and methodology available about how to measure bad data. But when it comes to actually doing something to solve the problems, well, warning signs seems to be the most preferred remedy.
I’m as guilty as anyone else I guess. I have even proposed a data quality immaturity model once.
A common saying is: “Don’t Bring Me Problems—Bring Me Solutions!”.
Let’s try to put up fewer warning signs and work on having less slippery ground including immediately after a cleaning action.