Your suggestion that I used my employment as an "accelerated" vehicle for support is both misguided and contributes to a general discriminatory environment. I am a proponent of Open Source software. Comments such as yours are a reason, I fear, platforms such as this will always be filed away as hobby/enthusiast. I personally do not need help; I was attempting to create a platform for my industry to look at and consider on a trial basis. I make no money doing it; in the US tens of thousands of small business owners in the foreclosure industry need a free platform to stay afloat due to the proprietary software running about $5,000 USD per month.
I am not naive in the fact that MW, SMW and all other extensions are provided for free. I am also not naive in the realization that what keeps most business model/enterprise Extensions, MediaWiki and the vast Open Source projects afloat is the ability for developers to be hired as consultants. Whether it be MW, Ubuntu, Apache or any other Linux based system and the programming languages associated thereof, the bills have to be paid.
Here's the stark reality: I attempted to keep the troubleshooting in the clear so that the coding, changes and process could pass through free-of-charge to others and eventually open up a new avenue for a market within both the financial industry and the government here in the US. I see now, though, that this is not the wise practice. I should've simply hired a private contractor, kept the code and allowed the marketplace to shake out its own failures.
My remarks are pointed as you have made accusations against me. I do not find that to be prudent nor productive. I am now aware of the attitude and position that developers harbor. I wish you the best and will not bother you nor any SMW developer in the future.