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03/02/2017 06:06:44 PM (3 years ago)
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  • Ticket #33381, comment 103

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    1717I am not saying raising the PHP minimum version is the only answer. I am saying that it feels pretty obvious to me that we can do a lot better as a community to help users with outdated versions of PHP figure out why their WordPress install is running like a 1989 Chevy Nova without an oil change, and getting worse every day. This is one approach, #23880 is another.
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    19 The argument against doing something are compelling, but they assume that the only steps that can be taken would hurt the user experience and not help improve a bad one. It would be really nice if we could change the dialog to: How can we make the user experience better, supporting WordPress' core mission, while also addressing this PHP version issue in a constructive, conservative, and incremental way?
     19The arguments against doing something are compelling, but they assume that the only steps that can be taken would hurt the user experience and not help improve a bad one. It would be really nice if we could change the dialog to: How can we make the user experience better, supporting WordPress' core mission, while also addressing this PHP version issue in a constructive, conservative, and incremental way?
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    2121And in a quick response to @johnbillion: