Category Archives: WordPress News

WordPress 3.2 is available

WordPress 3.2 has officially been released. You can either update right from your dashboard or download it from WordPress.org. The main focus of this release was to speed everything up. Lighter and faster was the goal and we definitely accomplished … Continue reading

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WordCamp SF 2010

I know this post is quite delayed, but I wanted to get it out there anyway. Last year I went to WordCamp SF and attended several of the sessions. This year I went to WordCamp SF 2010, but things were … Continue reading

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Google Summer of Code 2010

It’s official (and has been for a few days, I’m a little behind schedule), the 15 students selected to work on WordPress this summer as part of the Google Summer of Code have been announced. The lineup is pretty great. … Continue reading

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Looking forward to WordPress 2.9

The release of WordPress 2.9 is still a little way off. However, there’s already enough to get excited about. I’ve seen some of the media stuff, which allows you to crop and rotate images when you upload them, and it’s … Continue reading

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GPL Themes Get Some Love, Plugins Suffer?

Matt Mullenweg asked the Software Freedom Law Center whether WordPress Themes are GPL too. One sentence summary: PHP in WordPress themes must be GPL, artwork and CSS may be but are not required. As a huge proponent of the GPL, … Continue reading

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WordPress Developer Meeting – July 01, 2009

The developers had another IRC meeting today, and we discussed the media overhaul for 2.9 & 3.0. The idea is to do a two step process, laying down a lot of groundwork in 2.9 and finishing up in 3.0. Jane … Continue reading

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State of the Word from WordCamp – Part 2

If you missed it, make sure to check out State of the Word from WordCamp – Part 1. “WordPress should be invisible” was something I loved to hear Matt Mullenweg say during his “State of the Word” address at WordCamp … Continue reading

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State of the Word from WordCamp – Part 1

Matt‘s “State of the Word” address has become a staple at WordCamp’s, and now I see why. There was a lot of generic background info that’s common knowledge to anyone that knows much about WordPress. Even most of the current … Continue reading

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WordCamp San Francisco 2009

I’m going to be heading out to the airport in just a few minutes to catch a flight to San Francisco for my first WordCamp. I’ll admit that while I’m excited about the event I’m also really curious about the … Continue reading

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WordPress Weekly Podcast

There are a lot of places to get information on WordPress, this site being one of them. However, information comes in all shapes and sizes. WordPress Weekly is a podcast hosted by Jeff Chandler and David Peralty, that gives you … Continue reading

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