WordPress And Constructive Criticism
The WordPress community has invested a lot into the development of the software. There is a strong bond amongst users and developers in the community. Most of the plugins offered to WordPress users are free. If you need a certain functionality on your site then there is most likely a plugin that will do it for you.
To attack the WordPress CMS is an attack on the community. The video portrays WordPress as error-prone. This goes against the views and pursuits of the community. It’s a way of saying that the works people have developed are not good. If you contribute to WordPress you will never measure up to the power of the all-mighty Wix.
WordPress, like anything, has shortcomings. WordPress updates for security and functionality. It started as and will remain a work in progress.
Calling attention to plugins conflicts, security issues, and maintenance is fine. The WordPress community keeps an eye on issues that take place. Having the competition shed light on the subject is fine. Running a system that is unopposed doesn’t lead to the evolution of the product.