Tag: WordPress Community
Post Status Publish Has Been Really Cool
David and I have been at the second annual Post Status Publish, organized by the always essential Brian Krogsgard of Post Status and taking place in Atlanta today and yesterday.
Codegrade: A Project to Code Review All WordPress Plugins
A few weeks ago, I heard from Luke Gedeon, who has a very good and very ambitious goal:
What I’m Thankful For in WordPress: 2016 Edition
I asked myself: What in WordPress have I been thankful for in 2016? The answers will guide you to some amazing stuff.
Advanced WordPress Facebook Group
If you asked me what single location on the internet hosts the liveliest conversation between WordPress developers, I’d point you to the Advanced WordPress Group on Facebook.
Solo Pine Designs
I’m writing Solo Pine up because they’ve been (specifically, their theme Redwood has been) lovely for a current client project. It’s very rare that a WordPress theme designer offers both beautiful design and clean, not-overdoing-it coding, and Solo Pine fits that ticket.
Complete coverage should not be a requirement for core inclusion of WordPress REST API endpoints
Last week was the occasion of a serious Slack dispute over the timeline and process for including the Rest API into WordPress core. This summary and editorial on the subject by Brian Krogsgard is characteristically rigorous, thorough, and thoughtful. Strongly recommended reading if you want to understand the major debate shaping the technical future of WordPress.
Explaining Hard Things to Humans – My Small Part to Make WordPress More Welcoming
Chris Koerner was at my talk at WordCamp US, and he’s taken a suggestion in one of my slides and posted it as a Trac ticket for inclusion in WordPress core. If you’d like the WordPress install process to be a little more polite, comment on the ticket or mention it on Slack—and Chris, thank you a ton!
What I’m Thankful For in WordPress in 2015
I asked myself: What in WordPress have I been grateful for in 2015? The answers will guide you to some amazing stuff.
Talk Slides: “Explaining Hard Things to Humans”
I had a really great time presenting my talk “Explaining Hard Things to Humans: The Principles of Technical Communication” at WordCamp LA. Here are the slides, and I’ll post the video when available!