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Given the immense computing power at our disposal these days, it shouldn't take much to create a simple site with skinning/login/paging capabilities, but given the current emphasis on buzzwords and ass-backwords implementation styles (buzzwords and pet fetishes first, users last) it doesn't look like it will happen anytime soon.

It would also help if the "developers" of these wonderful projects start thinking of the end-users of their products as regular people (Not masochistic, buzzword du jour chasing, code freaks who really care mostly about bragging about their "metapogramming" this or "DRY" that etc.)


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