I proposed this idea about eight months ago and it was simply straight up deleted. So, I'll give it a shot again and hopefully this time it will at least be left up just to at least gauge how people feel about the idea even if it's only that and is never conceptualized.
So, the default WordPress installation is foolproof against users overwriting or otherwise conflicting their possible preexisting folders, files, scripts and database tables etc by adding a wp prefix on just about everything, for example:
Now, that's great. Wonderful, I understand that's the way it has to be, nothing here needs to change, no debate.
But, what about a developer version for designers and developers like myself who now use WordPress as a base for nearly all projects?
How about a developer edition that is clean and professional, white label?
No programmer's comments or wp prefixes and logos (both on the login page and in the admin) all over, leaving clean and professional looking:
I love WordPress and would happily pay a yearly subscription for a developer version (as I imagine would be needed to make it possible).
Now, even if that is never going to happen can we please not delete this idea and at least allow people to share whether they'd like this or not? If for nothing else, for curiosities sake?
Thank you for all the years bringing us (in my opinion) the best way hands-down to build a website, Bryan