[development] One core, many distributions

Dries Buytaert dries.buytaert at gmail.com
Wed Nov 23 09:30:15 UTC 2005

> Look, someone did a really bad, and I mean, really HORRIDLY BAD  
> call when they decided to take out the sessions setting options for  
> the 4.6 release.

> You broke so many rules about market strategy, usability and  
> software development, I can't even fathom how you came to the  
> conclusion this was a good idea. Then again, yes, I can fathom the  
> logic just by the discussion we are having here.

That clueless person would have been me.  (Make no mistake, I don't  
regret that change.)

> And you did changes to the RSS system as well, and not for the good  
> of the user but for the good of your geekatude.

I don't know what RSS changes you are talking about.

> You think about the beauty of the code, the simplicity of your  
> logic. That's nice and good. The problem is that it has nothing to  
> do with reality. You are not thinking about the users --you are not  
> really trying to find real world solutions for the people who are  
> actually going to implement the product.

Please, either provide some constructive suggestions, learn how open  
source software development works, find a CMS that you like better,  
or pass the crack-pipe around so us idiotic geeks can share your  
unanimous insights on market strategy, usability, communication,  
software development and real world solutions.

Dries Buytaert  ::  http://www.buytaert.net/

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