Jeff Chandler

Now that I can play pre-recorded audio over the air, I think it’s time the show gets its own intro and outro sections. But before I go trailblazing, I wanted to open it up to hear what other people could do if given the opportunity. Here is what I’m looking (more…)

Dustin Bolton, one of the lead developers for PluginBuddy.com goes into detail on their solution to solve the Gulf Oil Spill. Nice to see those guys putting that fancy drawing board in their new office to good use. By the way, I hope that piece of paper didn’t come out (more…)

I always enjoy attending WordCamps that are close to home. On October 9th and 10th, 2010 WordCamp Detroit will be in full effect and I’d like to be there. Attending WordCamps is pretty expensive if you don’t live in the local area and attend a few of them each year. (more…)

A few weeks ago, there was a poll published on PollDaddy.com that asked the question, What do you call these draggable, expandable boxes in WP? For example, “The Publish _________.”. The choices were postbox, metabox, module, widget, area, container, box, or other. I think the poll question was not specific (more…)

Leland of ThemeLab.com has a great interview with Jason Schuller of ThemeGarden.com which talks about his upcoming theme marketplace. Of course, the licensing question cropped up again but I was happy to see Jason’s response as the following: Leland: Part of the seller requirements state that themes must be licensed (more…)

In this short and sweet episode of WordPress weekly, we discuss how WordPress can control missiles, the release of RC3, and WordPress 2.9 surpassing the 10 million download mark. Although not related to WordPress, I provide an update as to what has been going on in my personal life. Sometimes, (more…)

At A Glance: Classical Gamer is a child theme built around the Arras theme framework. The Arras theme is number 8 out of the top 10 most downloaded themes in the WordPress.org theme repository. The front page layout of the Classical Gamer theme is of the magazine variety with different (more…)

The Independent which is a large collection of independent blogs previously using LiveJournal are now using WordPress. Interestingly, they have chosen not to use the built in commenting system of WordPress but have substituted it with Disqus. The blogs are built with a standard WordPress system, incorporating our Disqus comments. (more…)

Back on June 1st, Michael VanDeMar published a lengthy post explaining the process he goes through in order to clean up an infected website. One exploit that Michael points out is a bad index.php file which if ran as an include(), pulls bad information from the domain WordPress.Net.IN. This domain (more…)

Beeline is a service whose goal is to predict the search patterns of users and present those results within the posts of your WordPress powered site. Unfortunately, I have no idea if it’s working or not. If I could review Beeline in one word, it would be LOST. The journey (more…)

In this somewhat historic episode of WordPress Weekly, we had Jake Goldman, Brad Williams and Gil Rutkowski call in from WordCamp Chicago to provide us an update. Based on what was heard by a few attendees, June 14th looks like the earliest date for the release of WordPress 3.0 if (more…)