Another crazy week this week, right? I feel like there’s a never-ending flood of great content that’s being created about WordPress and related topics of conversation.
It makes our jobs incredible easy and incredibly difficult at times because we have to identify the topics that we want to cover more fully and the ones that we can only point to and say “Go check this out!”
In anycase, here’s your weekly roundup of conversations that you may have missed:
Morten Rand-Hendriksen has been doing a live video podcast over Google+ Hangouts and has received some great success from it. Learn his thoughts and what he’s doing there.
2. WP Shindig?
Apparently an actual implementation of Events Calendar Pro that showcases “all” the WordPress-related events that are happening in the world.
I say “all” because that can’t possibly be true – they are missing such awesomeness as WordCamp Atlanta 2013!
3. Justin Seeley Interviews Brian Krogsgard
4. More Progress on Auto-Saving and Post Locking
Things are still being worked through and I love all the small updates!
5. Page.ly and ZippyKid Downtime
Two of the biggest WordPress Hosted solutions experienced some downtime in the past week – and they provide some explanation to their customers and users.
No one’s perfect but I love seeing the transparency when it happens!
6. Reviewing WordCamp Guidelines
Continuing to work through a lot of the feedback that they are getting and finding some values to make decisions is next.
7. Interview with Marko Heijnen via WP Engine
8. Reddit Adds Some More Guidelines for WordPress Sub-Reddit
This is only a good thing.
9. WP Explorer Releases Their Own WordPress Theme
Interesting to see a news site develop and branch out their business by offering a WordPress Theme. Well, I suppose we did it in reverse.
10. WP Jedi Helps You Spy on WordPress Sites
Learn a little more about a site, why doncha.
11. Bill Erickson on Migrating a WordPress Blog
If there’s one blog post that you’ll want to bookmark in regards to migration then this might be one of them.
12. Review of Professional WordPress Design and Dev by WPCandy
They gave it high marks… if you’re looking for a TL;DR.
13. BuddyPress Features in 1.7 Are Exciting!
We let people know that 1.7 beta is now up for grabs and it’s because 1.7 is going to be amazing.
I had to do this recently so this was a helpful article if you ever had to do it.
15. How Tom Uses GitHub for WordPress Plugin
Tom shows us the way he’s been using it for one of his plugins, WP Audio.
16. New iThemes Developer Course Coming Soon!
It’s just around the corner.
17. Code Poet and Austin Gunter
Austin reps WP Engine pretty hard – oh, that’s his job. 😛
WPKube shares a few plugins that’ll help you stay clean.
19. Deploying a Plugin from Git to WordPress.org
Japh is the man!
20. Opera Goes Webkit
For most people this isn’t that big of a deal.
21. Social Media and WordPress
Now, if you installed all of these your site would be terrible – so just pick one or two, at the most I would think.
A new release via UpThemes.
23. WP Lift Gets Lifted – New Design
And what a redesign it is! Great work guys!
24. Changing WordPress Theme? Make Sure To Remember…
These are great reminders… and even better for newbies.
Tom McFarlin, Pippin Williamson, and Norcross will be doing it. Why not.
26. Bookkeeping for the Rest of Us
Are you a contractor or need some help keeping your financials in order?
27. Daniel Bachhuber, John Gruber, Pac-Man
Daniel records some awesome thoughts via a conference he attended with John Gruber speaking. Wow.
28. Version 3 of Wireframes for Handbooks
They are getting better every single time!
29. Theme Review Guidelines for Accessibility
Joe Dolson keeps up updated!
30. Strategies for Supporting WordPress Plugins
Tom shares his thoughts on how to make great plugins, support them, and not die in the process.
Ok folks, that’s it for today. 30. What else did we miss?
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