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Comment: Re:Just be honest - it's not for *US* (Score 1) 2219

by pr0ntab (#46181239) Attached to: Slashdot Tries Something New; Audience Responds!
I mean, you're saying that if a site looks old, then people won't stop to check it out right?

Well what if the site looks new and fresh and updated and has those same articles everyone else has posted,,, and no comments.

What then? You're definitely not getting a repeat visitor once that person has decided this site has nothing over any other news echo chamber. They might even take a more negative view feeling their time was wasted sifting through a content-free but slick-looking abyss.

Better to alienate a casual who was unlikely to be a repeat visitor than someone interested in the actual discussion who will likely be tempted to check back.

Comment: Re:Just be honest - it's not for *US* (Score 5, Interesting) 2219

by pr0ntab (#46181209) Attached to: Slashdot Tries Something New; Audience Responds!
You're really not getting it.

The people who contribute to slashdot right now have very clear expectations. No slick bs on the front page, show whole summaries, UTF-8, high contrast, fluid layout, use my whole widescreen monitor, javascript optional, show all user info on comments, make the comment UI unimpeachable.

These are the expectations of people that make Slashdot worth visiting _at all_. You've been told this many, many times since announcing the beta.

These design goals may not meet the expectations of new or casual users of other sites or iphones. Well guess what? If you compromise the design of slashdot to cater to these people which add no value to the site then you alienate your core contributor. Users use slashdot for the community in spite of the perceived-backwardness of the boring older-style web UI and judging by active posters with high IDs who also complained they grow accustomed to it.

All of the people that Slashdot Media loves to talk about here: http://slashdotmedia.com/about... Those 4000+ commenters a day that are the supposed value add to Slashdot?

Kiss them goodbye.

Comment: We gave the constructive feedback months ago (Score 1) 2219

by pr0ntab (#46180865) Attached to: Slashdot Tries Something New; Audience Responds!
And then when they started redirecting users to the theoretically READY TO GO beta site this week, it was still a train wreck and change very little of the high-level concerns people had, at least that anyone could tell. I mean screwing around with fonts is easy, low-impact stuff, which completely misses the point. So now we're at the juncture where we just swipe the game board off the table and stomp off, because jesus christ. What the fuck.

Comment: Re:Just be honest - it's not for *US* (Score 1, Insightful) 2219

by pr0ntab (#46180737) Attached to: Slashdot Tries Something New; Audience Responds!
Whose users' expectations changed?

WHOSE USERS' EXPECTATIONS CHANGED??? Are you concerned that shiny new C-levels who have heard about this fabled Slashdot will toddle on over to see what techies really think from their Galaxy tablet and be shown a site that doesn't look like BusinessInsider, and then decide that obviously we're all out of touch? Well I've got news for you. Maybe we are! But do you know what, WE DON'T GIVE A FUCK. Either figure out a way to produce a different portal to the site that's shown to people using a tablet anonymously (the majority of people that would click on ad impressions), and not fuck with classic, or we're walking. That's really what this is about, Soulskill.

Comment: Re:first (Score 1) 249

by pr0ntab (#46179801) Attached to: Wozniak To Apple: Consider Building an Android Phone
Commenters are doing such things, but it is foolish to think that management is going to throw good money after bad to redesign the site again when they've had a bad year with Slashdot Media financially. Their best bet is to simply turn it into another buzzfeed-like linkfarm and hope it generates revenue somehow (maybe sell it). So ... yeah. Let's just take her out back and put her out of her misery. Maybe some angel investor will come in and buy up the property and allow us to like support the site's maintenance via paypal. Maybe I'll grow another dick. :3

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