Andrew Nacin is a core developer of WordPress. As a member of the core team, he wrangles contributions, develops new features, and tries to fix more bugs than he creates. He lives in Washington, D.C., and works as a Tech Ninja at Audrey Capital, where he works on WordPress.org and other projects. He prefers decisions over options.
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Version 3.9 of WordPress has been released. It’s been named “Smith,” after legendary jazz musician Jimmy Smith. There are loads of new features including: an improved visual editor, live widget/header previews, and a new theme browser.
BuddyPress 2.0 code named “Juliana” has just been released. It has some great new features like new admin tools, performance enhancements, and activity stream enhancements.
The Jetpack 2.9.3 update is a critical security update that fixes problems with allowing an attacker to bypass a site’s access controls and publish posts.
Billion Dollar Club
Matt Mullenweg is seeking funding which would put the value of WordPress at $1 billion.
Dre–Shameless plug for Dre’s blog on his experiences with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Brad–3.9 Dashicons, 30 new and improved icons for the 3.9 release.
Andrew–Full support for arbitrary domains and paths in 3.9, which is built into core. This will help with condensing sunrise files.
WordCamp Austin-April 26-27
WordCamp Miami-May 9-11
WordCamp Connecticut-May 10
WordCamp Charleston-May 17
WordCamp Asheville-May 31-June 1
WordCamp Philly 2014 -June 7-8
WordCamp Chicago-June 13-15
WordCamp NYC-August 2-3