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  1. Nice new series Jeff! Too bad WP Weekly can’t be listed separately in the dashboard.

    Brad’s last blog post..The End of Nerd Week


  2. @Brad – Well who knows. Maybe if I send Matt an email, I can at least see what he has to say about having the podcast be released through the dashboard.


  3. It’s worth a shot. The podcast is full of so much good info anyone using WordPress can benefit from it


  4. Don’t forget that you can add the WP Tavern RSS in one of the customizable sections. Wish we had more of those. Maybe in 2.8.


  5. I’ve actually removed the planet feed from my dashboard anyway. I just put it in my feed reader :)

    Having the publicity would be nice for WP Tavern, but if it meant less freedom, I too think it wouldn’t be worth it.



  6. What about Ozh’s Planet WordPress aggregator? I’ve actually replaced the WordPress Planet feed with Ozh’s Planet WordPress feed in my dashboard – and I don’t think he’s quite such a hard-liner about certain controversial issues…


  7. @Chip Bennett – I have contacted Ozh already but the problem I face right now is that I use the FeedBurner Feedsmith plugin which redirects all feeds WordPress creates to one main feed. This means you can’t subscribe to tags, categories etc, without subscribing to the entire site. I’m now thinking of disabling the plugin.


  8. Jeff,

    I also use FeedSmith – but my Category feeds still work just fine, as well as my comments feed (I don’t use tags, so can’t comment on those feeds).

    Strange…


  9. @Chip Bennett – So I gave it a shot last night and as it turns out, I can create category RSS feeds which do not automatically redirect to the Feedburner plugin. So that is great news as I’ve sent Ozh my WordPress.org category feed and he has added it to his planet WordPress roundup.

    Weird though as I would have thought that since users can subscribe to that RSS feed, it should redirect to the Feedburner account. Since it doesn’t, I wonder if it’s broken.

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