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Marcus Couch and I were joined by VersionPress developer, Borek Bernard, to give us the scoop on not only the VersionPress campaign, but what the aim is for the plugin. He answered several questions, including the controversy surrounding the indecision of whether or not the plugin will be open-source licensed. (more…)

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In this week’s edition of WordPress Weekly, we were joined by David Bisset, one of the many organizers and volunteers that helped put together WordCamp Miami 2014. Bisset explained the challenges the team faced, the logistics of organizing a 770 attendee event, and he shared advice to WordCamp organizers looking (more…)

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In this episode of WordPress Weekly, I sat down with Japh Thompson to discuss his experience working at Envato for the past four years. Thompson worked in support before becoming the WordPress Evangelist for ThemeForest. In the interview, we learned what it was like to be a liaison between a (more…)

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In this weeks edition of WordPress Weekly, we discussed several topics with WordPress lead developer Andrew Nacin. Ever since the release of WordPress 3.7, many have questioned why auto updates are turned on by default for minor and security updates. Nacin described the philosophy behind the auto update system and (more…)

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Marcus Couch and I were joined by Eric Mann to discuss the news of the week. After the news, we discussed in-depth a few of the core proposals Mann has published on his blog. We covered the following three WordPress core proposals: Data Service Portability Offline Editor After speaking with (more…)

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This episode of WordPress Weekly featured a panel of four individuals helping to make the web a safer place. Chris Wiegman – Lead Developer of iThemes Security Regina Smola – Founder of WPSecurityLock Brennen Byrne – Founder and CEO of Clef Sam Hotchkiss – Founder of BruteProtect We discussed a (more…)

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Sarah Gooding and I debated whether or not smilies are content and what the true focus of debate should be concerning the emoticons. I shared my experience upgrading to WordPress For iOS 4.0 and the problems it solved. Last but not least, we discussed the dangers of downloading plugins from (more…)