[wp-hackers] Changing the clock format in Write > Post
xel at netgra.de
Tue May 13 18:15:49 GMT 2008
Sorry, then it seems I misunderstood what you ment, for me it sounded just
like giving them the possibility to put the plugin pages wherever they like
them whenever they like to...
> I doubt the WordPress devs will do that though, don't you?
I don't think they would but you can not be too sure about that one (they
have done some - in my uneducated opinion - totally misleading UI decisions
before, while WP has still one of the best open source UIs available) -
while I have to say - they could do it today too...
Just interpreted your message as something about the "Matt disagrees with
this" stuff... and I just think it doesn't really matter what Matt thinks,
when it comes to plugins which are their authors territory...
2008/5/13, Christian Holtje <docwhat at gmail.com>:
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> On May 13, 2008, at 10:58 AM, Alexander Beutl wrote:
> if Wordpress wanted to change this in the future they could without having
> > > to worry about breaking tons of plugins.
> > >
> > If WordPress would want to change the (well thought of) way my
> > plugins behave and change their menu locations whenever it feels like
> > doing
> > so, I would really ask myselfe why I ever started working with and
> > coding
> > for it.
> > Just imageine: You write documentations, manuals, make screencasts and
> > then
> > some crazy person comes along and changes his mind and says - no move
> > everything there now and all your documentations is invalid, you will
> > have
> > to deal user questions and users who know where to find what they are
> > looking for will get mad searching for the pages which were once there
> > and
> > are now gone to be somewhere else while they didn't do anything to the
> > plugin.
> Uhm.... Huh?
> I'm talking about an API to make life easier for plugin developers to
> create plugins and for core developers to be able to innovate without
> getting in each other's way.
> If the wordpress devs want to change how hooks work or something like
> that, then it won't matter as long as the register_plugin() API remains.
> I wasn't talking about moving the hooks to different pages, though it does
> offer an entry point for someone to make that change if he/she wants. I
> doubt the WordPress devs will do that though, don't you?
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