Facebook Has Abandoned Its Official WordPress Plugin

The official Facebook plugin for WordPress launched in 2012 with the help of engineers from Automattic and currently lists 14 contributing authors. The plugin is active on more than 200,000 websites, but Facebook has not updated the plugin description page to let users know that it has been abandoned. The (more…)

Applications to Host WordCamp Europe 2016 Closing Soon

WordCamp Europe 2015 will be held at the end of June in Seville, Spain, but organizers are already finalizing host city applications for the 2016 event. A final call for host cities went out today and organizers announced that applications will close on Friday, April 24. This highly anticipated WordPress (more…)

WordCamp Belgrade Will Be Streaming Live Saturday, April 18

WordCamp Belgrade will take place this weekend, April 18-19. Two years ago the WordPress community in Serbia was virtually non-existent but has grown rapidly and is now large enough to host the very first WordCamp in Belgrade. Registration kicks off at 8AM tomorrow morning where organizers will debut Wapuujlo, the (more…)

Confessions of a WordPress Trac Ticket Lobbyist

This post was contributed by Robert Dall. Studying web design in college, he stumbled upon WordPress.com early in his career. Dall made the natural progression from WordPress.com to the self-hosted version of WordPress. Since then, he’s worked almost exclusively with WordPress using it as a blog, CMS, portfolio, and e-commerce. He’s (more…)

Version Control Featured Image

In mid 2014, Borek Bernard and Jan Voráček from the Czech Republic, launched a crowdfunding campaign to fund the development of VersionPress. VersionPress is a version control plugin for WordPress. It keeps the whole site in a Git repository enabling things like site-wide reverts, safe updates, and easy staging. Despite (more…)