[consulting] Drupal considerd dangerous

Bèr Kessels ber at webschuur.com
Thu Dec 21 21:05:18 UTC 2006

Op donderdag 21 december 2006 21:45, schreef Greg Knaddison - GVS:
> This is something that seems pretty important to you and it would be
> great if you can channel that energy into some documentation that
> could help other users.  If you're right that it would appropriately
> reduce expectations for new users then that's also a great benefit to
> the community in addition to the individual users.

In this very case, I suspect that some discusion aforehand is good. I don't 
think that Drupal.org is waiting to serve pages that only tell that it sucks. 
This needs to be well balanced, *and* wanted, *and* accepted by te community 
Or at the very least we need a place (mail archives) to point people to when 
they say 'fooBar is telling Drupal is crap, please ban her'. and so on.

But the most important is to find a way to make this a good part of Drupal. 
Personally I'd rather see a 'Joomla and Drupal' group at groups.d.o that 
finds out how both systems can benefit from eachother, then a page telling 
(singlesighted) where one CMS or the other sucks at. 

Constructive criticism is far more useful, especially when taken serious by 
those in charge, then rants. 


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