[wp-hackers] Developing 1.6

Podz podz at tamba2.org.uk
Thu Jun 23 16:47:37 GMT 2005

> It's not broken, but I think it's not nearly as intuitive as it could
> be. It's reminiscent of Windows 3.1 -- massively popular for its time,
> and a decent advance over the previous version, but there's still scope
> for major improvement.

So this is when everyone is shifted to linux then ?

> To make this a bit more constructive: Which parts of WordPress *do* you
> regard as "broken"?

There is zero mileage in my responding to this. Spend time in the 
forums, read old posts, use the tags. If you are relying on me to be 
some sort of sole 'voice of the forums' then that is flawed.
I don't care for usability and all the other buzz words, neither do I 
code. I'm good at helping people pick up the pieces and what I do not 
want is to have to have an increase in the forums activity - we simply 
cannot withstand what is proposed without careful planning ahead of 
time. Few people here have a clue about how much work was put in by the 
people in #wordpress and on the forums when 1.5 was released.

It's not just the code that needs managing now, it's the whole project.


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