Tag Archives: IRC

New WordPress Trac Features Have Been Ported to bbPress and BuddyPress

So far, 2014 is the year for making over WordPress Trac. Over the past couple weeks and during the holidays, Andrew Nacin has implemented a host of new features that make it easier

WordPress, Openness, and Communication

One of the battles the WordPress.org project has faced since its inception is communication. Not just how much or how little but also the tools used to communicate. When I followed

Theme Review Team Could Use Some More Reviewers

The Theme Review Team tried something new this past weekend. Members of the review team that could make it, spent all day in IRC to review themes stuck in the Priority 2 queue whic

New eBook On How To Become A WordPress Development Professional

Always on the lookout for new resources to share with others to help learn WordPress related topics, I came across an eBook published ($29.99-$39.99) by long time WordPress develop

WordPress 3.8 – Taking The Default Theme Further

One of the announcements from WordCamp San Francisco was the decision to use Further as the default theme for WordPress 3.8 dubbed 2014. Since the day I discovered Further, I’

Ryan McCue on Creating The JSON REST API for WordPress

In the not too distant future, the WordPress core is going to incorporate a powerful new API that will open new doors for the platform to be part of the interactive web. Long time

Introducing WordPress Post Forking: Version Control For Writers

The WordPress platform has been helping writers publish their thoughts to the web for years. Though it now powers many large newsrooms and other organizations, the posting process

BuddyPress Dev Chat For 10-06-10

1.2.6 Release – Many of the tickets left for 1.2.6 have patches. Ticket 2587 appears to be the only blocker dealing with the ability to hide multiple child-level comments. Th

WordPress Dev Chat For 2-11-10

Quick update on the menu management progress WooThemes is currently reconfiguring their menu management system into a patch that can be integrated into the core of WordPress. Once

WordPress Dev Chat For 2-18-10

Woo Nav Menu Update Jeff Ikus who is the man responsible for the Woo Navigation menu system gave an update on his progress of integrating it into core. The menu stuff is ticket 118

WordPress Dev Chat For 2-25-10

Woo Menus Update Jane has published her UX manifesto regarding the new navigational menu system that you can read here. Ryan and Jane will catch up with Jeff Ikus tomorrow as he co

WordPress Dev Chat For 3-11-10

Status check up first The UI group is tackling a few design things while Jane is performing some testing at South By South West. After the testing is completed, all lingering UI wi

WordPress Dev Chat For 3-25-10

New Header WordPress 3.0 will feature a lighter header in the WordPress back-end instead of the black one we are used to seeing. There will also be a lighter blue header. There wil

New Home For bbPress Development Chatter

Gautam who is a member of the WPTavern forum recently let us know that he has setup a bbPress Developers area for bbPress developers to chat about developments in the software simi

WordPress Dev Chat For 4-01-10

Status And Schedule Update Jane mentioned that they are behind. There is one month left till the launch of 3.0 unless it gets pushed back. Right now, menus is still being worked on

WordPress Dev Chat For 4-22-10

Menus Filosofo has submitted his patch for the menu system. A few fixes are needed but it’s mostly there and looks like wireframes. They also work without javascript. The lis

WordPress Dev Chat For 4-29-10

Status Check Despite the decision to release beta 2 last Monday, the menus are still holding everything up. Work is continuing on the menu system and once it’s close to being

WordPress Dev Chat For 5-20-10

General RC Readiness RC readiness could be better. However, a big punt is needed but 3.0 is now under 100 tickets. The blockers are under control. Menus are looking good now that t