[wp-hackers] Let's discuss custom post types and taxonomies.

Kris Young KrisY at tbs.uk.com
Wed Aug 4 16:36:38 UTC 2010

Sorry if it seemed as if I was complaining - that wasn't the intention.
I was looking for opinions 

Correcting the information in the Codex would be easy if I actually knew
what it was supposed to say. This is a vicious circle - I don't know how
it works so I can't find the right explanation for how it works.

If that makes sense of course...

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Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] Let's discuss custom post types and

On Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 11:08 AM, Kris Young <KrisY at tbs.uk.com> wrote:

> However, this defining invention in the WordPress package isn't good
> enough. Firstly, it's buried deep in the code where only one of two
> types of people can freely access it. If you're not an advanced PHP
> developer, then you need to be equally as good at copy-pasting from
> few decent tutorials around on this subject or being adept at
> for plugins. If you're one of those that needs to learn by doing,
> last two options aren't really worth trying. In addition, the
> information the Codex gave... didn't seem to even work.

Instead of complaining that it's not good enough, why don't you help out
submitting patches, correcting the information in the Codex etc. ?

If you want something to happen faster in an open source project, like
WordPress, your best bet is to get your own hands dirty.

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