[wp-docs] Re: Codex down;
yosemite at samdevol.com
Mon Nov 13 15:40:32 GMT 2006
Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 02:47:25 -0600
> From: "spencerp" <spencerp1 at gmail.com>
> Subject: [wp-docs] Codex down; is there a better support address?
> To: "WordPress Documentation" <wp-docs at lists.automattic.com>
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> [Lloyd wrote>
> If the situation does not improve, we will consider moving
> it to a different server.
> Sorry for the inconvenience,
> Just throwing this out, but.. we've been getting some support threads about the 500 errors at the Codex..
> The first two thread links there, are fairly recent ones. Hopefully sometime soon here, this "issue" could be resolved? I'd suggest packing Betsy up, and moving her to a better neighborhood eh? Hahaha.. =P
I think it's fate. The 500 errors are symbolic of how cumbersome it is
to get accurate information.
Or perhaps it's karma. All the users swearing and banging their fists
out of frustration with the Codex has tipped some metaphysical scale
enough to effect the server hardware...
Seriously though, there is some great information in the codex but it
needs a serious going over. I have tried myself, and the first edit I
did I screwed something up and didn't even notice it (luckily some kind
individual did notice it, fixed it and let me know). That's about the
time I started putting 'guides' up on my own site out of frustration
with the same questions over and over again (in the support forums).
Someone needs to make a decision about the main page/index design/layout
and then the layout of the actual pages (including date written,
applicable WP version(s), etc., etc.). Navigation needs to be
simplified, more luser-friendly. Then hand out topics to volunteers who
are savvy about that topic.
That's how I would do it when they make me emperor of the universe.
*goes back to blowing bubbles in his coffee*
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