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  1. Gregg Banse
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    >> How big of an issue is this?

    I have no hard data to offer on this. What I have is anecdotal and largely comes from the discussions I have offline at conferences, meetings, and informal gatherings. My peers are the most vocal about this topic. Some clients occasionally mention it. People that I have no connection with are the 2nd most vocal about it.

    @Helen - thank you for the link.

  2. leejosepho
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    My peers are the most vocal about this topic. Some clients occasionally mention it.

    You had mentioned something along that line yesterday, and I had actually missed its essence until later in the day. As I perceive things, this excerpt at least somewhat indirectly addresses that kind of matter:

    Design for the Majority
    Many end users of WordPress are non-technically minded... The average WordPress user simply wants to be able to write without problems or interruption. These are the users that we design the software for as they are ultimately the ones who are going to spend the most time using it for what it was built for.
    http://wordpress.org/about/philosophy/

    We all act as we think, and that is how WordPress thinks.

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