Here’s another new one: Regulus. Again, check it out under your presentation tab! 🙂 If you guys have any favorite themes leave their names and links in the comments to this post and I’ll look into adding them.
We actually turned this on a few days ago, but I don’t think anyone blogged about it. You should be able to add other WordPress.com users to your blog now with different capabilities, try it out under the Users tab.
New theme for you WordPress.com guys to try out, called neat. You’ll find in under your “Presentation” tab.
For some of you this might be a big deal: we’ve added RSD support to all WordPress.com blogs (and in WordPress itself). We also have some pretty cool WYSIWYG enhancements coming from Andy, so stay tuned.
As we announced on the dashboard, on Friday around 1 AM we moved WordPress.com to a new datacenter and a new set of servers. A month or so ago a similar transition didn’t go so well so we tested things very heavily before the change and thanks to the hard work of Donncha and RyanContinue reading “New Datacenter and Caching”
This is another test post from Flock. It seems a lot more polished than those 0.2 days. Technorati Tags: flock, the mully Update: It produces bad HTML, but so does everybody. It seems faster than Firefox, but that could be because I use Firefox 1.0.x and this is based on 1.5.
Just came in, they have built-in pallets.
Matt Marshall’s idea: rank auto-suggested categories by popularity.
Comments were missing because I had accidentally deactivated the option that tells me when a comment is held for moderation. They’re all approved now so go crazy. I thought it was odd that this entry didn’t get any comments before. 🙂
I just opened up every single blog on WordPress.com in a tab, and checked on each one. I’m not going to be able to do that for much longer.
One thing we’re doing different around here, at least for now, is that each person invited only gets 1 invite to pass along. The idea is for people to use their “golden ticket” for the person who is most likely to really take advantage of the service, rather than spraying invites willy-nilly across the internets.Continue reading “Invites”