1. Andreas Nurbo

    Will listen, but before that I would say that the ease of use was relative to the competitors. The ease of use stayed the same, the rest of the world just got better and surpassed.


    • Chris Howard

      Spot on, Andreas!

      I never ever thought WP was user friendly, and dreaded teaching novices to use it.

      But the competition was even worse.

      However, the competition is catching up and overtaking. Shopify is a good example.

      In recent years, there have been some third party add-ons for WP that are exceptionally well designed and user friendly, and that WP could learn form.


  2. Terence

    @jeff — “Otto shares tips and advice on selling plugins” — the answer is not to get authors to be more careful and take less money. Or for site owners to try and choose plugins which have not been resold, or might get resold to the bad guys. It surely has to be in the hands of Mika and the others on the repository. This problem could be stopped dead there, with the correct resources.


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