[wp-hackers] UTW and WordPress

Aaron Brazell abrazell at b5media.com
Sun Apr 15 17:26:23 GMT 2007

I'll meet the rest of you in the middle and say that I like the idea  
of using the schema. At that point, UTW is so feature rich to almost  
be the antithesis of what WordPress is (and I am proud to have used  
'antithesis' in a sentence!). So if we want to build from the schema,  
I'd be on board for that. But it will be hard, after that, to  
separate feature from bloat and still maintain UTW's... well UTWishness.
Aaron Brazell
Technology Manager, b5media
"A Global New Media Company"

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On Apr 15, 2007, at 1:18 PM, Robert Deaton wrote:

> On 4/15/07, Aaron Brazell <abrazell at b5media.com> wrote:
>> A big, whopping "Hell No" from me. UTW is well respected, yes. It
>> does many things, yes. However, in recent months we've experienced
>> the following problems:
>> 1) Artificial pageview inflation
>> 2) Broken Search
>> 3) Tags eaten
>> 4) Permalink issues
> And at the same time, UTW has never had the plethora of coders looking
> over its source as it would if it were checked into WP proper. I for
> one, would easily spend a bit of time running through the source
> scanning for bugs or poor coding if UTW were to go into the tree. I
> don't think its history can be reason for not adapting it into the WP
> core. I mean, by that measure, we'd have to strip out WordPress itself
> from WordPress. ;-).
> -- 
> --Robert Deaton
> http://lushlab.com
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