isaiah40 wrote:Gillipig wrote:14458, and yes all said above have been said ages ago, it'd been said but not done anything against. I would've thought that the new owner wanted to change the outlook of the site without even being coherced. Just seems like a natural thing to do when you take over a site, to give it a face lift. But appearantly it's staying. El jefe is frighteningly much like lackattack.
Well, considering that you are not in the know, how can you say that El Jefe is like lack?? There are some things going on behind the scenes that you don't know about, things that have priority over a UI change. For instance, fixing lacks code so the site runs smoother and faster. Changing the code and testing it before it goes live to make sure the major bugs are worked out. The face lift is way down on the list of things to do.
Generally there are more updates with El jefe... but the testing has less quality and more bugs are released with new updates. On a short term this is expected(it means that there is intensive work on the site and developers are still learning) but on the longterm bugs from new features must decrease. I guess only time will tell if in the future we will see more bug fixing or new features development...
Btw UI should be with responsive design(HTML 5) so it will support different platforms. Every day tablets take larger and larger portion of internet traffic and CC is not optimized for them.