Crazy week, right? It’s been one for the record books for me personally as I’ve been attempting to finalize a Kickstarter campaign and project that has pretty much hijacked my entire life. At some point I’ll have a massive retrospective, but I’m exhausted with only a day or so to go. But naturally there’s been more news than just Kickstarter project – here are some of the things that happened this previous week that you may not have gotten to see. Oh, and by the way, make sure you’re aware of the big super bot that’s attempting to access your […]
Scribu had a fantastic reminder about data portability, even as far as saying that it’s “more valuable than having an open source project to manipulate that content.” Some may disagree but the more I thought about it the more I wanted to agree. Because most simply the possibility of WordPress completely tanking and disappearing off the face of the planet is still (and will always be) a real possibility. It’s hard to imagine that WordPress would ever lose it’s luster but how many applications have you used historically that you may never have thought would ever become stale and ugly […]
This past week has been an absolute blur – busyness hit an all-time high today as I had a keynote at a conference early in the morning, my daughter’s soccer game, and 3 back-to-back-to-back birthday parties and then my wife had a girl’s night out while I took care of the kids. Whew. I’m drained. But it’s a “good” type of drained, you know? Hope you’re having a great weekend yourself. With that, here’s your Weekend WordPress Roundup:
Wow. Has this week been an interesting week or what? With people swirling around the GPL debate yet again there hasn’t been much else that people have been talking about – in fact, it’s generally been a fairly quiet week. Of course, we aren’t aware of everything happening in the WordPress universe (at least not yet), but here are a few things that you’ll want to check out that we weren’t able to tackle head-on in the past 168 hours. Enjoy your weekend folks!
Jane Wells has finalized the counts and votes for Team Reps for each of the areas and it looks like we’ve got some final numbers and names for those that will be representing the WordPress community and development in 2013. We are still waiting on a few areas for commitment and finalization but we’ll update this list when those go through! Congrats to those that have been chosen and a big THANK YOU since your time and commitment to us and the greater WordPress community really matters a lot. And here they are: