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  1. Igor Nardo
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    It happened to me as well to write and document on the track some pretty visible bugs and the answer has been that it was supposed to work like that, with hundreds of developers reporting that problem as a clear bug. WordPress core devs think they are God even when publishing pieces of clearly buggy code.

    ” This is broken” – ”
    nah, it works as it’s supposed to” . Ticket closed.

    If it wasn’t for commercial reasons of costs, I’d rather go 10 years back to use my own cms.

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  2. Blair Jersyer
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    I completely agree to that… It’s totally not friendly and doesn’t encourage contributors to keep contributing.

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  3. Bastian
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    At the fifth “wontfix” I got, I stopped reporting things in trac. That word is far from polite.

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