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WordPress 3.7 Features

WordPress 3.7 is in development including much requested features and fast on the heels of the 3.6 release.  There are some great changes in store for WordPress users soon, but most will not be visible changes for website visitors. 8 more words

The 2013 WordPress.com Survey: We Welcome Your Feedback!

WordPress.com users, designers, and developers: we want your feedback!

Here at WordPress.com, we enjoy working each day to bring you new features and improvements to make your sites and online publishing experiences the best they can be — and to provide a platform on which you can share your work and ideas and connect with others in the community. 93 more words


WordCamp San Francisco, 2012

A WordCamp is a low-cost or no-cost event, usually held on a weekend, where WordPress enthusiasts gather to learn how to get the most out of WordPress, and more importantly meet and get to know one another. 125 more words

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Version Control for Designers

I had the wonderful (and surreal) opportunity to present at WordCamp San Francisco this year. Thanks to the crowd for being generous and laughing at my bad designer jokes and exaggerations. 32 more words


Smiles are always free

At the Happiness Bar at WordCamp San Francisco 2011.


Pruning WordPress Theme and Plugin Directories

Last weekend at WordCamp San Francisco, WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg announced a most sensible plan to prune the existing plugin and theme directories.

When you’re building a software ecosystem, numbers count, and WordPress successfully built its plugin ecosystem to the point where more than 12,500 applications were accepted into the directory. 363 more words