[wp-hackers] comments should be a plugin

Scott Kingsley Clark sc0ttkclark at gmail.com
Sun Mar 7 02:20:45 UTC 2010

There's an example of a "won't happen" / "not necessary" attitude. I
think many people are tied to the idea of core features being part of
core WP. As WP grows up and out of the blogosphere, the community has
to accept that people want WP to be an "a la carte" type of system.
Yeah, you'll have plenty of discussions as to which features should be
core and which should be plugins, but let's not stop the progress by
flat out saying "no" to anything that deserves it's proper discussion.


On Mar 6, 8:01 pm, Ptah Dunbar <p... at ptahd.com> wrote:
> >> So: "comments is plugin material".
> Wow. You guys are taken this CMS abstraction too far. Comments aren't going anywhere.
> On Mar 7, 2010, at 2:55 AM, Mike Schinkel wrote:
> > On Mar 6, 2010, at 8:40 PM, 24/7 wrote:
> >> So: "comments is plugin material".
> > Good point. Sounds like "Canonical Plugin Material", actually.
> > -Mike
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