I feel like it’s amateur hour all over the Web these days. Why would you roll out an integration that doesn’t work with existing accounts unless you were just desperate to launch something new? Are you trying to justify your salary? Are you trying to beat someone to the punch? Are you trying to be all AGILE and shit? I think this beta mentality, that polish and finish isn’t required, has had its day. How about you act like professionals and do the job the right way??? :-))))))) That would be nice. Thank you.
I’m trying out the Ghost CMS platform for a bit and you can get there by clicking the link above. I’m going to use the subdomain “v3” for now to distinguish between the two, and so links don’t break and whatnot. It’s been a long time since I’ve had to worry about broken links and site migrations. :-DDDDDDDD But anywho . . . ! There you have it.
Thank you, Sweden and modern art!
I will sometimes write a post, and then I will try to update it. But inevitably I will expound beyond the scope of the update. I’m trying to find a way to link WordPress posts with each other easily. Anybody have any help to offer? 🙂
I was initially very pleased with my experience with WordPress, both the mobile app and browser app, primarily. I found it to be very mature and feature rich and intuitive. As I’ve used it over the last year I’ve come to see it as being more unreliable, with lots of tiny regressions, and it seems like there is a rush to push out changes too quickly without enough quality control, which seems like a mortal sin these days with all of the ways to automatically check for regressions and functionality.
I hope you will prioritize quality in your future development.