WordPress Weekly

The author of Beginning WordPress 3 shows you WordPress’s best-kept secrets, including: * 10 unpublicized feeds * the members-only content feature no one’s using * 2 simple template tags that give you complete control over styles, from whole categories to individual posts * 2 lines of code that add Flickr-style (more…)

No, this isn’t an episode of WordPress Weekly but I am using the podcast feed to publish this interview. Once a month, I get in touch with Matt Mullenweg to find out where he’s at and what he’s been up to. In this months edition, we talked about the climax (more…)

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, we discussed a number of topics including the headlines of the week such as the release of BuddyPress 1.2.5.2, an A/B testing plugin in the works, WordPress milestones, and the hot story of the week, The Capital P Dangit Filter. I was joined on (more…)

Just wanted to send out a quick note that this weeks episode of WordPress Weekly will be airing live on Talkshoe.com Friday, July 9th, 2010 at 7PM EST. You should start filing into the chatroom around 6:30 PM for the pre-show festivities.

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, I interviewed WordPress core developer, Andrew Nacin. Andrew joined the core committ team in February of 2010 and since then, he’s been an insanely active contributor all over the WordPress project whether it be through code, the forums, mailing lists, etc. During our conversation, (more…)

This episode of WordPress Weekly was jammed pack with information. Not only did we cover the release of WordPress 3.0 along with some of the upgrade woes starting to be reported, we were also joined by Lisa Sabin-Wilson along with Michael Torbert of the All In One SEO Plugin and (more…)

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…)

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…)

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…)

Well, it only took (insert time period here) but the show itself will have produced 100 WPWeekly branded episodes after tomorrow. To celebrate the occasion, there will be plenty of prizes to give away. In no particular order, here are the prizes donated graciously by their respected owners. Milan Petrovic (more…)

Patrick O’ Keefe who is known as iFroggy on Twitter and the author of the book Managing Online Forums presented at WordCamp Raleigh this past weekend. In his presentation, Patrick talks about how to extend your community beyond the blog as well as bringing community from various outposts spread across (more…)