For many, many, many moons, this blog has been slumbered. Not quite dead, but certainly not alive and kicking. And as I’ve hinted on twitter a couple of weeks back, this is about to change. WP Realm started out as a multi-person project, but from now on this is a one-man project handled by me, Remkus.
HeroPress continues to publish excellent personal essays from across the WordPress Realm. They put the spotlight the different perspectives and different challenges facing people who work with WordPress.
This is an excellent write-up from Ana at Anariel Design, on the real value of HeroPress for the WordPress community:
Diversity is the key to the healthy world in which I want to live. Any community that wants to exist needs to let diversity to live and to embrace it. Sharing all these beautiful essays on HeroPress from different people is sharing diversity.
Ana’s conclusions are spot on and her essay is well worth your time to read. Go check out The Value of HeroPress for the WordPress Community.
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Konstantin Obenland just posted an update about the plugin directory redesign. Basically, if you haven’t looked at the new proposed design yet, now is the time if you want to have any say in the choices being made. Do note, however:
Please keep in mind that it is by far not a finished product. There is still a lot of work to be done, mainly around front-end technology, search, and developer facing interfaces. Every decision that has been made so far is up for discussion, which is the purpose of this post.
So, log in with your WordPress.org credentials here and check out the new admin interface as well the new plugin page. Check out the open tickets before you create a ticket, but by all means, create tickets and start discussing.
Oh, how time flies. Apparently it’s been two years since Copyblogger launched their Rainmaker platform. Transforming the already platform from an easier, more secure, and maintenance-free way to build a powerful (marketing) websites to now a complete digital marketing and sales solution.
The website aspects of the Rainmaker Platform have become a lot more powerful in the last couple of years. It’s now complemented by integrated email, marketing automation, an online course builder, podcasting and content optimization tools, and much more.
As of today Copyblogger opens up their Rainmaker Platform for everyone to test. If you, like many other people, have been curious what the hype is all about, but weren’t ready to commit to start paying before you fiddled with it, then now’s the time to see what’s behind the login.[Read more…] about Copyblogger Opens Up Their Rainmaker Platform
addicted very keen on going to as many as WordCamps as possible, but some of them are in a country that I can’t get to because of whatever or sometimes there are two or more in one weekend. This basically means I can never see all the WordCamps that I’d like to… but I would like be in on the buzz, you know, the stuff people share. Right now twitter is pretty much the best way to keep track, but it’s not ideal. In fact, this is exactly the reason why David Bisset created WPArmchair. [Read more…] about WordCamp Lovers Unable to Attend a WordCamp: Meet WP Armchair
The biggest WordPress related conference in Europe has opened up tickets. I kinda expect to see you all there. Who can I count on? 🙂 ∞