[development] Extend database abstraction layer, to include
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Sat May 13 16:43:48 UTC 2006
>> We want Drupal to remain accessible for them.
"Gerhard Killesreiter" wrote:
> Do we?
My impression is that you do not wish it be accessible.
> I certainly want them to be able to use Drupal but I'd appreciate if
> they'd keep their hands out of the code if they aren't programmers. This only
> makes for nasty support cases.
There currently is no way to use Drupal without modifying code. Period.
The ease of use score for Drupal would have to be considered very low,
compared to other CMS tools. It's range of functionality is far greater, of
course, but not for the average, download-and-install user, or even the
generic site user, who doesn't even manage the Drupal installation.
The chief barrier to fully marrying Drupal is the ongoing code-writing that
must be done: even themes are written in PHP, and once you add a module,
you must immediately begin PHP training.
How do you propose that any Drupal user (not developer, just a user) "keep
their hands out of the code"?
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