Just a short and simple reminder to head over to WPShout’s 2013 WP Hosting Survey and add your 2-cents to the form. Historically it’s been a great resource for many people and we will want to results to be as comprehensive and fair as possible! But, of course, at this point the results are old: It’s over two years since the inaugural Hosting Review, and it’s now time to update the results with some fresh data. A lot has changed in the last two years: managed hosting is now all the range, the cost of basic shared hosting has fallen […]
Yes, it’s that time of year again and if you’ve got a few spare moments then please head over here to take the annual WP Survey. WordPress (and the rest of the community) use this feedback ultimately to help make the community and the product better – so it’s dependent on your participation and submissions! So head over there today and get it done. The entire community thanks you!
It’s that time again! Let’s just jump right in – you’ve got a weekend to take advantage of and so do I – like do nothing, that’s what! Just kidding. “Weekend,” what is that?!
Have you got a few minutes? Please help Siobhan and the team by filling out this simple survey to help make WordPress better! Thank you so much! Do it before the end of today why don’t you?
The documentation project that the community has been working on, spearheaded and lead by Siobhan McKeown, is continuing to build steam and she’s involved the community at every step of the way. Right now she’s looking for your feedback in terms of a survey that she’s putting together to get people to answer about the documentation. As she relates, the point of this particular survey is to:
We’ve reported previously that there has been a WordCamp Guideline survey that has been making the rounds and I spent some time even to answer it myself as I am a current WordCamp co-organizer (WordCamp Atlanta 2013). A recent update via Dee Teal (thewebprincess to you!) mentioned that they’ve got some good feedback so far and thus its in everyone’s interest to open it up to all, especially those that are interested in organizing one in the future: The Review Guidelines committee have been monitoring responses to the initial WordCamp organisers survey* and finding the results really useful. We have since felt that the next […]
If not then you need to speak up, now, especially if you’ve been a past WordCamp organizer. It’s been nearly 2 years since the WordCamp guidelines were originally published and haven’t been touched since then. A lot has happened and a lot has changed, as well as newer and better practices and perspectives, so it’s time for a serious refresh! Late last year it was announced that a group was organized to review them and a survey was passed out for those to share their experiences and provide a feedback loop. The deadline is fast approaching – 2 weeks from today on February […]
Remember that survey that Collis from Envato teased out a few weeks ago about the GPL? It’s live. This is all the news that you need today. Head there now and make sure you let others know! Anxious to see how this survey turns out!