[wp-hackers] the home.php problem: does it asks for a posts.php?

Justin Tadlock justin at justintadlock.com
Wed Aug 29 15:36:35 UTC 2012

Sorry if I came off as rude asking you a legitimate question and telling 
you that I didn't understand you.  I realize that not everyone here is a 
native English speaker, so some text can be easily misinterpreted.  It 
was not my intention to be unfriendly.

I see now what you meant, so thank you for explaining that.  It just 
doesn't further the discussion in any way to me.  I was simply trying to 
explain to you what Chip meant by "vast majority".

On 8/29/2012 8:22 AM, Cátia Kitahara wrote:
>> I'm truly failing to see how any of what you just wrote has to do with
>> what I wrote.  Copy/paste error in your reply?
> No, it wasn't an error, maybe yes I'm failling to understand you, the
> opposite is true too, thoug. But there's no need to be so rude. I'm new
> here, but I'm not new to the WordPress community. Please, let's be more
> friendly?
>> If not, I'm guessing you just misunderstood Chip's point about how
>> *themes* should not dictate the structure of a site for the vast
>> majority of users.  It's about who controls the site, not what type of
>> site they run.
> I'm not saying this, I'm saying that by the type of site they run I'm able
> to figure out who controls the site!
>>>> when he said "vast majority".
>>>> * The vast majority of users control their own WordPress setup.
>>> And aren't they the kind of users which have personal blogs and small
>>> businesses?
>> Huh???
> The type of users who control their own WordPress setup are the type of
> users who generally have small businesses or personal sites. That's what
> I'm saying.
>>> * The minority of users have developers set up their site.
>>> And this kind of users aren't bigger businesses, governments, non
>> profits,
>>> etc., who can afford developers?
>> Huh???
> The type of users who have developers set up their sites are the type of
> users who are paying developers, therefore I understand that usually these
> users are bigger businesses, governments or non profits, though not
> necessarily.

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