WPWeekly Episode 78 – CoPress And The FairField Mirror

wordpressweekly1In this sleepy edition of WordPress Weekly, (since I was awake for 20+hours) I had a chat with Joseph Cefoli who is the guy in charge of The FairFieldMirror.com and Daniel Bachhuber of CoPress, a company specializing in the migration from College Publisher while also providing managed hosting. During the interview, we discussed a number of topics including the trials and tribulations of migrating 7,000+ articles from College Publisher into WordPress, the manual labor involved, the various plugins in use on the site and much more. I find the stories of migrations such as these to be interesting since they usually consist of painful experiences that were overcome.

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WordPress Tavern Listener Poll:

This Weeks Poll Question Is: Should WordPress Change The Blog Nomenclature Within The Backend?

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This Weeks Trivia Question

Which forum software was the first to use CSS based layouts rather than tables?

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Jeff Chandler is a WordPress guy in the buckeye state. Contributing writer for WPTavern. Have been writing about WordPress since 2007. Host of the WordPress Weekly Podcast.

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