'today' in discourse
representative comment: 'did you forget the migration'
also related: CIRCULAR AVATARS and what they do to my non-symmetric avatar image (i.e. make it look horrible, as the midpoint of the circle clashes with the edge of the [url=http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/active-directory/]glyph[/url] not being at the midpoint)
- and then to think that I considered discourse as one of the less bad choices
when all else you have is PHP-based software with even worse UX like SMF/MyBB, software that is just dated in design/implementation but not bad in UX (end-user UX, i.e.) like phpBB, mostly-unmaintained software in various languages, commercial offerings and this 'NodeBB' stuff that stores all site data in either thin air or hipster databases, yes, Discourse isn't too bad a choice.
also even the parser despite all its exploitability is one of the better concepts I've seen just because it doesn't force you to use this 'markdown' nonsense but still allows that and classical markup methods intermixed freely
EDIT: oh, looky there, so this is how they handle tests:
how do I fix the fixture to be a POST instead of a GET @eviltrout
representative: discourse in few frames.
They are pretty gross, aren't they. Welp, as long as they don't get into TDWTF CSS, I guess I can just pretend it didn't happen...
Hey, I resemble that remark.
(Former SMF developer.)