In episode 7, I interview Tommy from Buzzdroid as I try to figure out the inspiration behind the Shifter WordPress theme. We then dive into the news of the week which stems from WordPress.com experiencing a DoS attack to a topic of WordPress upgrading being more of a fuss, than a must. Near the end of the show, we begin our WordPress theme round table and then conclude with our tips of the week.
Brad of Strangework.com
Ronald Huereca of ReadersAppreciationProject.com
Tommy Developer Of The Shifter Theme System For WordPress
Sunny Who At One Time Administered The WordPress Themes Repository
David Peralty Author Of BloggingPro.com
Andrew Rickmann of WP-FUN.co.uk
15 Minute Interview with Tommy discussing the Shifter WordPress Theme
Ian Kallen of Tecchnorati lets us know that they have seen a number of blogs “exploited by a recently announced WordPress vulnerability”. You folks might want to upgrade your WordPress installations if you haven’t yet done so already.
popular WordPress Theme designer, Small Potato, warns us that you can’t trust every source of WordPress Themes, whether you pay for them or not.
Fantastico De Luxe 2.10.4 r13 is released allowing folks to upgrade from WordPress 2.3.2 to 2.3.3
Roundtable discussion revolving around the state of WordPress themes. We will discuss trends, our favorite/worst themes, and any other topic dealing with themes we can think of
WordPress Tips Of The Week:
Didn’t have time to go over our tips of the week. Instead, we each gave our likes, dislikes, and our thoughts as to where we would like to see themes head into the future.
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Length Of Episode: 1 Hour 41 Minutes
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