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WordPress.tv is Branching Out Into Beginner Tutorial Videos

WordPress.tv is expanding its video catalog beyond WordCamp session recordings. As most of the video content on the site centers around topics for developers and established users, the WPTV team is now actively soliciting submissions for more beginner video tutorials. Are you a proud member of the WordPress community, who (more…)

Rijeka Will Host the First WordCamp Croatia in September

The very first WordCamp Croatia will be held in Rijeka the weekend of September 4-6. The WordPress community and the tech industry in general are growing in the Balkans. A large contingency of Croatian WordPress enthusiasts were present at neighboring Serbia’s first WordCamp in Belgrade earlier this year. The Croatian (more…)

BackPress is Coming Back From the Dead

WordPress developers Roy Sivan and John James Jacoby have taken a keen interest in reviving the BackPress project. They will be discussing their plans to bring it back to life on a live Google Hangout at 1PM PST (8pm UTC) today, June 16. BackPress is a PHP library of core (more…)

o2 is Now Available on GitHub

This weekend at WordCamp Denver, Kevin Conboy announced that Automattic’s long-awaited O2 project is now publicly available on GitHub. In a recent interview with WP Tavern, Matt Mullenweg confirmed that the o2 development team is shifting its focus to WordPress.com’s core products but that the o2 code would be public (more…)

StackExchange is Testing a Proposed Q&A Site for WooCommerce

StackExchange community members have proposed a new Q&A site for users and developers of WooCommerce. The proposal is currently in the “Definition” phase, which means that participants are working to design the community by proposing hypothetical questions that embody the topic’s scope. So far for WooCommerce, popular hypothetical questions include: (more…)