Add These Subreddits To Your List Of WordPress Watering Holes


The WordPress community is a vast ecosystem of websites, forums, blogs, social media, and everything inbetween. WordPress.org is not yet suited to handle a large userbase of groups with varied interests. I call areas of the community where these groups congregate, watering holes. One example of such a place is Reddit. Casual WordPress News and Read More

Plugin Created By A 10 Year Old


Making the rounds on Twitter today is a WordPress plugin called Dashboard Site Preview that allows you to preview your website from the WordPress dashboard. The plugin was created by 10 year old, Jesse Friedman who goes by jesseenterprises on WordPress.org. According to Brad Williams, this guy attended WordCamp Philly in 2011 and used what Read More

WordPress Weekly November 6th


This is just a heads up that I’ll be recording a live show of WordPress Weekly on Saturday, November 6th which is tomorrow. I’ll try to cover the news of the week if I can figure out what it is. I’ll also be updating everyone as to what I’ve been up to the past few Read More

Andrew Nacin – One Year Later


Andrew Nacin who many in the WordPress community know as a house hold name by now has published a retrospective post into his first year heavily involved with WordPress development since his first patch was submitted. One of the most encouraging lines within hist post is the following: I’ve learned what it means to have Read More

Official Plugin Repository Readme File Updated


The readme file that is used by all plugin authors in order to be hosted on the plugin repository has been updated to include a new section called Upgrade Notice. This section gives plugin authors the opportunity to tell users why they should upgrade to the newest version. While a change-log provides the changes between Read More

How VideoPress Bit Me


Recently, I’ve been uploading video files to VideoPress.com. When uploading the files, I’ve generally kept the default naming scheme provided by the Flip Camera. On my machine, there were two different video files with a similar name but different extensions, video-4.mp4 and video-4.mov. The .mov file was the interview with Jane Wells while the .MP4 Read More

WordPress Weekly And The 100th Episode


Well, it only took (insert time period here) but the show itself will have produced 100 WPWeekly branded episodes after tomorrow. To celebrate the occasion, there will be plenty of prizes to give away. In no particular order, here are the prizes donated graciously by their respected owners. Milan Petrovic of Dev4Press.com has donated two Read More