Jeff Chandler

Scott Reilly, also known as Coffee2Code has been busy as of late churning out plugin updates. This guy some how continues to find a way to maintain about 60 plugins. Some are simple while others provide awesome functionality. To hear more insight in to how Scott does it, check out (more…)

Chris Coyier has laid out his wish-list of features for WordPress on the Digging Into WordPress blog. Among his wishes include a revamped Subscribe To Comments plugin, approved comments to all admins, feature/bury comments and a few more. As Jeff Starr mentions in the comments, it’s interesting to note that (more…)

It’s time to announce the winners of the WordPress Trivia game I started back in 2009. The game was fun and although I didn’t ask as many questions as I’d like, it was a challenge to stump those who regularly contributed to the game. To all who played, I hope (more…)

In this fun filled episode of WordPress Weekly, I was privileged to be joined by two awesome members of the WordPress community, Andrea and Ron Rennick also known as the WordPress MU Gurus. During the show, we talked about a number of different things related to WordPress MU including the (more…)

Wanted to help spread the word regarding the release of WordPress 2.9.1. This releases fixes the annoying Cron issues that developed near the release of WordPress 2.9. Little did i know but WPTavern experienced the bug of posts misfiring their schedule. I discovered this after I submitted a post I (more…)

News is spreading around the community that the plugins created by MaxBlogPress have been removed from the plugin repository. Apparently, his plugins contained a forced opt-in mechanism that is, once you installed the plugin, you had to provide a name and email address in order to activate the plugin. Based (more…)

If I haven’t had a chance to say it to you over Twitter or on the forum, Happy New Years! With that said, time to update everyone on what’s been going on. For starters, I took on more hours at work during the holidays since I almost ran out of (more…)

I’m often asked the question, why do you use VBulletin? When WPTavern was under construction, I had the chance to try out a few different pieces of forum software. During my experiments, I used phpBB3, SimplePress, and I think I gave bbPress a look through as well. At the time, (more…)

Episode 83 which was originally scheduled to be recorded on December 29th has been rescheduled for January 5th. This is due to a number of reasons such as my recent upgrade to Windows 7 Home Premium, software configuration that still needs to take place, and last but not least, family (more…)

I’ve been a fan of Ajax Edit Comments ever since its creation. Ajax Edit Comments enables anonymous users to easily edit their own comments in a Digg like interface using Ajax. Since its creation, Ronald Huereca and Ajay D’ Souza have done a fantastic job continuously improving the plugin. For (more…)

In episode 82, I geeked out with Otto42 and Jeremy Clarke as we discussed a number of topics centered around WordPress development. This episode will most likely go over a lot of people’s heads but I still think it’s worth a listen if you’re at all interested in the privacy (more…)

This meeting was only 15 minutes long. By the time I joined the room, it was already over. Unfortunately, the log file for the 17th does not contain the beginning of the meeting. Peter Westwood and Jane Wells do not have log files for me to comb through but Jane (more…)