Papen: The client only cares whether it did go well, they don’t care what you do in between
Shamily: Sure it will usually be fine
Passaro: But when it isn’t the can be serious consequences
Mcdearmont: Up to and including bankruptcy
Mars: Nesoi: automated deployment means managing deployment infrastructure. it’s new, it’s hard to find people with experience, it’s time spent
Bibel: Mars: that’s why simple is good
Mars: I mean i’m not arguing at all that it’s not good tech – there are just solid reasons why it is not everywhere instantly
Tosta: I am so so glad now my media files and the like dont want to upload anymore now
Wale: Hahaha. Just so you get it – I’m not against anything. And my firm has properly dev / staging / production servers. We use various methods to sync the db, there is just no good universal way that makes it easy now. We have proper versioning controls etc etc
Paguin: And even then I wouldn’t say my standard is the ‘professional’ one
Defore: The web is ever changing, but developers of software like WordPress has got BC to think about. And this is going to be present in every issue you find with WP. If we move on, half the sites on the internet are left broken or unprotected.
Schaetzle: So don’t expect it to take up the latest ‘breaking change’
Mars: WP is in an interesting place too compared to a lot of web apps
Fennern: Whether it is your development work flow or just some fancy front end technique
Pantera: Supporting relative URLs wouldn’t break anyting if you still support absolute
Galbraith: I’m old btw. I remember a day before version control
Reye: WP powers 60+% of the CMS market. One must consider all factors
Mars: Like, let’s say you’re a company that has a web app that is what your company’s about
Mars: Building infrastructure is a nobrainer
Sichler: Free free to look into the various tickets on relative URLs. And chime in if you insist it won’t break anything
Mars: Let’s say you build fences out of wood and have a WP site
Mars: You are probably using an agency to manage your site
Mars: You probably bounce around agencies, but you’re not a tech company to manage your site infrastructure yourself
Mars: The agency model is a huge challenge for advanced deployment stuff – you end up with agencies kind of managing 500 sites in 37 different platforms, or sharing control of things, etc etc
Yantz: Mars WP is in an interesting place too compared to a lot of web apps — what is that suppose to mean exactly?
Rieben: Mars: that’s exactly when you need everything to be automated. if it’s automated, the knowledge is in the scripts. otherwise it’s in some docs somewhere or in some employee’s head
Orlando: Ok, well I hope I didn’t annoy anyone. I will still probably come back here and ask dumb newbie questions :_
Falls: I have a large scale production background, but as a manager, and I’m using WP for some small personal projects at the moment
Defusco: I love so much that my media directory is all messed up
Ollie: Opsec: Google result for gallery factory – http://codecanyon.net/item/gallery-factory/11219294
Stinemetz: Opsec I am so so *****ed
Nordeen: Keep crying, need moar fyool.
Lamper: I AM NOT CRYING DAM IT
Yaggi: The dam CDN crap did not work
Brohl: Anyone have any experience intergrating woocommerce into a cordova app?
Calderaro: Whan I try to go wordpress deshbourd, I have a messages P**** error: syntax error, unexpected end of file in /home/rsc49170/public_html/wp-content/themes/customizr/inc/admin/cl***-fire-admin_init.php on line 352
Bleser: Can someone help me please
Morioka: Sam___: Please attempt to disable all plugins, and use one of the default Twenty* themes. If the problem goes away, enable them one by one to identify the source of your troubles.