Tag Archives: Mark Jaquith

Bad Behavior In The WordPress Community

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

PressNomics – Conference Specifically For Commercial WordPress Entities

PressNomics – Conference Specifically For Commercial WordPress Entities

In what I believe is the first of it’s kind, PressNomics aims to bring together the various commercial entities that are successfully making a living around WordPress

According To WPEngine WordPress Is Secure

According To WPEngine WordPress Is Secure

It’s time to clear up the debate once and for all. Despite all the doubts (and some haters), WordPress core is without a doubt one of the most secure platforms you can cho

Post Formats UI Removed From WordPress 3.6

Post Formats UI Removed From WordPress 3.6

In what many will consider to be sad news, the Post Formats UI that so many people were looking forward to as part of WordPress 3.6 has been stripped from core, for now. Th

Bad Attitudes Are Not Welcome

Bad Attitudes Are Not Welcome

Tom McFarlin of 8Bit has written a piece entitled The WordPress Community Needs an Attitude Adjustment and while I agree with the overall point of needing to just be nicer

WordPress 3.6 RC 1 Has Arrived

WordPress 3.6 RC 1 Has Arrived

Earlier this week, WordPress 3.6 lead developer Mark Jaquith gave us an update on progress and notified us that the goal was to have an RC release by Friday. With just 30 m

Wait Is Over – 3.6 Now Available For Download

Wait Is Over – 3.6 Now Available For Download

After a long, frustrating, development cycle, WordPress 3.6 Oscar is now available to the public. This release doesn’t have the Post Formats UI but it does contain a

WordPress To Be More Tumblr Like

WordPress To Be More Tumblr Like

What’s that sound? It’s a cannon ball being shot over the bow of Tumblr. The big discussion point over the past two days has revolved around a new feature slate

Narrowly Escaping WordPress 3.0.6

Narrowly Escaping WordPress 3.0.6

WordPress 3.0.5 was released the other day to address a couple of issues dealing with security and untrusted user accounts. While those issues were addressed, it was soon d

Review – The WP101 Plugin

Review – The WP101 Plugin

The WP 101 Tutorial Plugin is a combined effort by Shawn Hesketh and Mark Jaquith. The premise of the plugin is simple, to showcase video tutorials of WordPress from within

DevPress Plans To Launch Plugin/Theme Review Service

DevPress Plans To Launch Plugin/Theme Review Service

Well this is interesting. The team behind DevPress are planning to launch a plugin/theme review service. During the first phase of the launch, efforts will focus on theme r

WordPress Dev Chat For 3-25-10

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. T

Who’s Right? Network Solutions Or Matt

Who’s Right? Network Solutions Or Matt

I haven’t had the time to write about much WordPress news lately but after reading the post published on the WordPress developer blog regarding Network Solutions, it

SFGate On The White Screen Of Death

SFGate On The White Screen Of Death

The White Screen Of Death. How many of you have seen it? Chances are, just about everyone who visits WPTavern on a daily basis has at one time, seen the WsOD or have create