[wp-docs] First Steps With WordPress

Michael D.Adams mikea at turbonet.com
Tue Mar 22 21:36:19 GMT 2005

I understand the frustration, but to me that's the point of doing all 
this on a wiki.  People will see your article, see that it needs a poke 
here and there, and poke it.  Most of the time, the pokes will be good 
- sometimes not.  That's when you swoop in like the super-hero you are 
and save the day.

'Release early, release often.'  Not a bad motto.


On Mar 22, 2005, at 11:27 AM, <lorelle at cameraontheroad.com> wrote:

> Can't I leave you guys alone for a minute!  I said it was DRAFT and 
> I'm serious.  Now it's in the public.  A day or three to finish fixing 
> it would have been nice. There is SO much to do to fix it.  I want 
> graphics and links and .....
> I love the enthusiasm, but DRAFT has got to mean something, folks.  
> This isn't a "most important article in the history of WordPress" kind 
> of thing, but it is still a working draft and I thought the Codex took 
> us out of Wiki-leave-anything-you-want-laying-around-documents.
> I'm not complaining but I am complaining.  I have more respect for my 
> work than to just throw it out there.  Until I can get to it and 
> really fix on it late tonight, somebody better be cleaning it up for 
> the public.  Again, I appreciate the enthusiasm, but we also have to 
> respect it when writers contribute and ask for help BEFORE the work 
> goes public.
> Lorelle

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