Site software priorities -- aesthetic alterations vs. repairing functionality? Answered
(Yes, this is a rant. "Suggestions" are implicit in my complaints...)
I am curious as to where the rather long list of known and reported bugs falls with respect to priorities regarding the I'bles server software.
For the past few weeks, it has been clear that I'ble staff are "experimenting" with altering the appearance and available features of the sites pages. Switching information around, removing primary category links, eliminating classified lists within categories.
Certainly developing and deploying new features, which add value to the site and thereby (hopefully!) increase revenue, should be a high priority for limited staff resources.
However, it doesn't seem quite so obvious that removing features, or tweaking things like font size and color (which for accessibility should be under control of the browser, anyway), really deserve precedence over repairing problems that have been known for months or years.