ken.stessens wrote: (in another thread)
Personally, OWS is the one and only reason to use the DNN platform. I noticed some initiatives to make OWS survive, but I'm just an OWS end user and I have the impression that OWS will rather become a developers' toy then an end users' tool. This is no offence whatsoever, it just reflects my programming skills.
I'm afraid that this is true for me too.
OWS/DNN is, hands down, the most useful tool I've ever used. I'm too old to learn .net, c#, and the underpinnings of the DNN framework. There are a couple of things that would make OWS complete for me and I'd happily pay towards their development as I wouldn't be able to make those changes myself.