[development] DevScore Module
william.darren at gmail.com
Thu Mar 24 15:22:18 UTC 2011
Well, yes, I certainly think the criteria for scores ludicrous and
ultimately meaningless. I can't see there being much adoption of this
FWIW, though - regarding the text that reads "This module is currently in
production", I take it to mean "this module is currently being developed"
(the way a movie is 'in production' when it is being made/filmed) rather
than "this module is production site ready"
On Thu, Mar 24, 2011 at 10:57 AM, Fred Jones <fredthejonester at gmail.com>wrote:
> Can I ask a question? This new module
> http://drupal.org/sandbox/robertcfi/1104066 says it's a sandbox, but
> it also says "This module is currently in production" in the text. My
> guess is that it will go nowhere (it is his first module also), but
> does anyone else think the criteria for scores are *ludicrous*?
> Since when is a site with more nodes and more modules and more users
> any "better" than a site with less?
> Should be obvious but a specialty site may be optimized and beautiful
> and in all ways built "perfectly" yet have a small user base and of
> course a small number of modules and nodes, yet far "better" than a
> big fat site slapped together with 1000 modules that serve only to
> SLOW it down.
> And also, since when does one have to know SEO to be a good developer?!??
> Perhaps this is offtopic. Sorry. :(
> PS: At least ranting made me feel better.
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