Earlier I posted a few of my predictions for 2007 to the wp-hackers list here, I thought it’d be worth blogging to make it easier to find next year and also be part of the WP.com prediction tag. So here are my 2007 predictions for WordPress: We’ll do 3 major point releases People will startContinue reading “2007 WordPress Predictions”
Is WordPress the Evian Water of Blogs? I prefer to think of us as the Dublin Dr Pepper. 🙂
Kirk writes about why he likes WordPress. 🙂
As you can see in our bug tracker, we’re getting very close to the next release of WordPress. Once we iron out one or two more things we’re going to release a beta for wider testing. Users of WordPress.com should see the fixes and enhancements starting sometime tonight! Make sure to use the feedback formContinue reading “Getting Very Close”
Andy has the details.
We just added a new feature to the admin bar, the blue thing you see at the top of WordPress.com when you’re logged in. “Add to Blogroll” does pretty much what you’d expect, it adds the blog you’re currently looking at to your blogroll. It’ll redirect you back to where you were and the linkContinue reading “Add to Blogroll”
I switched my site to using the default WP template (Kubrick) but with the new custom header functionality Donncha just turned on to “pimp my blog.”
I did a short presentation yesterday (the “dance off”) at Webzine and I was weirding a Blogger shirt because they had just given me one and they have the best clothing of any of the blog tools. Anyway, Niall felt bad that WP doesn’t have any schwag (yet!) and remixed my shirt.
Greg Storey just wrote an article that claims: In several ways I think WordPress has a lot going for it functionally but in order for the software to seriously gain market share the developers need to recognize that design is needed to complete the product. […] And if WordPress can’t figure this out their applicationContinue reading “WordPress Design Thoughts”
New servers are so yummy. We just got started but we already have some new ones on the way to replace the 3 that WordPress.com is currently running on. The details aren’t too interesting, unless you get excited by terabytes of storage, but let’s just say that Dell and Textdrive are my favorite companies rightContinue reading “New Servers”