Information On WordCamp Phoenix 2012

I was contacted the other day by one of the organizing team members of WordCamp Phoenix to let me know that they have released a press release that contains all the information you need if you plan on attending the event. I should attend this event based on the fact that it’s being held in Read More

WordCamp Norway Participants Tell Us Why They Love WordPress

Pretty cool video from WordCamp Norway 2012 where participants answered the simple question of why they love WordPress. The video features some familiar faces such as Ronald Huereca, Ryan Hellyer, Magnus Jepson, Isaac Keyet, and Scott Basgaard. Scott looks like a giant when standing next to Ryan Hellyer. Why We Love WordPress – WordCamp Norway Read More

Open Source Scotland Cancelled

The conference that was supposed to bring together heavyweights within the open source world to Scotland has been cancelled. KevinJohn Gallagher listed a number of reasons as to the cancellation of the conference with one of them being the unfortunate circumstance of a number of people requesting refunds for their tickets after Kevin published an Read More

Bad Behavior In The WordPress Community

It started off with a link and turned into something disgusting. KevinJohn Gallagher explained the various reasons for why his company decided not to pursue using WordPress anymore for their clients and I linked to that article because I thought it raised some points that were good for discussion. After I linked to the article Read More

DreamHost Resets All FTP/Shell/VPS Account Passwords

Knowing that a lot of people use DreamHost for their WordPress powered websites, it’s a bit unsettling to see that suspicious activity was detected within one of their databases and thus, passwords have been reset across FTP/Shell and VPS customer accounts. If you use DreamHost and have not been able to log-in recently, this may Read More

Basic Guide On Creating Plugin UI

Daniel Immke has published his own primer on using native user interface elements for the administration of plugins. By following his basic primer, you’ll be on your way to creating a plugin that looks and functions as if it were a part of the core of WordPress which is what plugin developers should be aiming Read More

WPTavern Watering Hole Still Open For Business

This is just a friendly reminder that the WPTavern watering hole also known as the forum, is still open for business. I have kept the forums maintained over the past few weeks and last night, I updated everything to the current version as well as cleaned up a couple of different spots. While the forum Read More

Status Update On WordPress Weekly

It’s been a long time since I published any episodes of WordPress Weekly and it’s not without good reason. I am still in the middle of transitioning from one dwelling to another and this is the primary reason why I haven’t been able to produce an episode. During the past few months, I’ve not been Read More

Jeff Starr On Smarter Slugs In WordPress

One of the refinements that was part of WordPress 3.3 is that posts that have certain characters within the post title are ignored thus, creating a cleaner permalink. Jeff Starr of Digging Into WordPress explains in better detail on what actually happens when you use those characters within the post title but further into the Read More

Honey Badger Doesn’t Care About Anything

Apparently, this site has been around for a little while but I’ve just now seen it being shared across WordPress folks on Twitter. It’s the WordPress Honey Badger who has a bad attitude and does things the way it wants to do them which is not always the right way. I’ve been reading some of Read More

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