A couple of days ago I updated my WordPress software to the latest issue – WordPress 3.1 Django – and, since then, I’ve been wondering what there is about it that makes it different from what I had before.
In effect, as a normal user, nothing aside from the toolbar on the main Blog whenever I’m logged in. Everything else seems to be for developers, for people who play with the code. How does that benefit me? What do I get out of these many changes?
Certainly no changes to the spellchecker, which still doesn’t accept either WordPress or Facebook, changes which would really have been of some use.
Nothing. That’s the conclusion that I’ve reached. The software remains the best that I’ve ever come across, remains just as versatile and easy to use, but still the same. Perhaps that’s a good thing – not all change is for the better – but, if that’s the case, why trumpet a major update when, for the average user, there is little to be seen or experienced?
Love & Kisses, Viki.