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11/17/12 19:44:53 (17 months ago)
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  • Ticket #21022, comment 35

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    1 Do you know that a large majority of people who use WordPress barely know how to turn their cookies on? I do WordPress tutoring through my company and sometimes just to help people out. The "logic" I hear is quite a wake up call to how we should program to help them. Unless PHPass can detect that It has been moved to a server that supports PHP 5.2 instead of PHP 5.3 and then automatically changes the password encryption, then it isn't logical to have it as a WordPress default.  
     1Do you know that a large majority of people who use WordPress barely know how to turn their computers on or delete their cookies? I do WordPress tutoring through my company and sometimes just to help people out. The "logic" I hear is quite a wake up call to how we should program to help them. Unless PHPass can detect that It has been moved to a server that supports PHP 5.2 instead of PHP 5.3 and then automatically changes the password encryption, then it isn't logical to have it as a WordPress default.  
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    33I don't work for WordPress, but I know the end-user mind and so does the WordPress team. I know what you are saying is easy for us geeks, but it isn't for a large portion of WordPress clients. People use WordPress because it is the easiest CMS available.