I don't have much sympathy for a volunteer who disparages his audience. If you don't like it where you are, why not go someplace else?
Because I actually enjoy seeing people succeed, when they try, and some do try. If it werent for that, Im sure I would have already stopped trying myself, as would others.
Whether the user is new or experienced doesn't appear to have an effect on the ability of the software to mess up - at least from what I can see in other threads on this same subject.
Of course not. But that doesn't mean that people need to, or ought to stop thinking. There are hundreds, if not thousands of threads on here where people have rolled back full versions after encountering 'game-breaker' issues.
Had you actually taken the time to read some of the posts in this thread, you would have seen that some of us are having the problem with the 2.6.3 implementation as well, even with a fresh install. In this case, it can be done without even compromising security.
I read the thread -- as I stated previously, I had a similar issue at one time. It's not a new problem, I'll concede that.
Its frustrating when things dont work -- for everyone. It's more frustrating when something doesnt work and you cant find a solution. I understand that.
WordPress has gained huge ground over the past couple of years. Such rapid growth obviously comes with its own problems, not the least of which has to do with personnel </stop>
Personnel? im not paid, nor is anyone else around here.
Guys.. if you know he's just one of the few arrogant Americans..
Im a she.
..pissed with the fact that he still needs to work his S off while other people can enjoy their holiday.
Yeah, here I am, sitting at home, with a 50" tv in front of me working. Woe is me. Not. lol.
My rant wasnt pointed at anyone in this thread, so I DO apologize for placing it within this thread..
I will not apologize for saying the obvious though. wordpress is undeniably the windows of blogging apps.