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Matt Mullenweg
Great read, the Gutenberg Complexity Fallacy, counting clicks and keystrokes where got something wrong:
A common trend in complaints about the new editor is that the equivalent process in the classic editor was faster and required fewer steps. I think in most cases this isn't true.
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John Blackbourn 🇪🇺 2 Nov 18
Replying to @photomatt @wptavern
An end user of Gutenberg pointed out perceived complexity in the content management process and you tell them they're doing it wrong? Give me strength, Matt. Maybe the lack of discoverability of the easier workflow is what's wrong.
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Christian Denat 2 Nov 18
Replying to @photomatt @wptavern
so for you, the UI complexity can be measured in number of clicks. Wow !!! IMO both posts are wrong. in their approach... But you prefer close the eyes and choose what it seems good for your bizz not for the WP community. It's a choice...not sure it will be the best.
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Eric Karkovack 3 Nov 18
Replying to @photomatt @wptavern
Matt, I'd be interested in your take on this: - Knowing what you now know, would you have done anything differently?
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Greg Sweet 3 Nov 18
It's the hubris and avarice that's vexing. But rest assured, brethren, all empires necessarily collapse under their own weight.
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