Anton J Aylward wrote:
Radiant has great potential, but, apart from a few people, Sean and
Chris being the most outstanding, the Geeks rule. The code may be great
but the usability sucks. The READMEs are sparse, the installation
instructions missing and the examples for use non-existent or confusing
(the gallery extension must be up there among the most confusing to use).
I wouldn't mind so much if the author wrote things like 'This software
"works for me", but it may not work for you.' That's fair enough.
But lack of this means a great waste of time.
I'm sorry for the problems you are experiencing. I'm hoping that most
people release code when it's at least at a stage where it works for
them. Unfortunately, you have to cut the developers some slack when it
comes to this - it may be that when they created their extension, they
had stuff pre-installed and somehow in their thinking, that item didn't
make it into the prerequisites.
As far as the Radiant community goes, it's one of the better and more
civil communities I have seen. We have worked hard to put out
instructions for different things. Take a look at some of these for
all starting from http://wiki.radiantcms.org/Summer_Reboot
That said, it may just be that those of us who are doing the
documentation have not yet used/ encountered the extensions that you
want to use.
The community here is helpful - it's usually willing to go a much longer
way than just saying "find your own way - or use something else, this is
open source - get in and code" and I'm sure your own experience will
also be similar.
That said, are you talking about:
http://github.com/artofmission/radiant-articles/tree/master as the
articles plugin? I had trouble trying to find what you may be using.
12/15/2008 | 2:40 AM.
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