This episode of WordPress Weekly marks David Peralty’s last episode as co-host of the show. He is moving on to other endeavors in his life and I wish him the best of luck. As for what we talked about during the show, plenty of stuff revolving around themes. You’ll want to tune in to listen to our discussion on whether releasing free themes is dead or not, we also discuss what might happen in the theme market now that Small Potato is back as well as the Theme repository now called home for over 1,000 themes.
This episode of WordPress Weekly is sponsored by WebDevStudios.com. WebDevStudios would like to announce the launch of their new project, WPClassroom.com! WPClassroom.com is dedicated to providing high quality professional WordPress training using the most powerful online training software powered by Cisco WebEx. Reserve your seat today at WPClassroom.com! By the way, use the coupon code wptavern when signing up and that will take off $5.00 on the next class.
Not The Way To Monetize Forums Just Yet
BuddyPress 1.1 Released
PremiumThemes.net Goes GPL
Theme Repository Now Over 1,000 Themes
Small Potato Coming Back, Again?
Are Free Themes Dead?
Premium Images on WordPress.com
WordPress Tavern Listener Poll:
Last weeks poll question was: Who has the craziest WordPress upgrading story?
Out of a total of 19 votes, Donnacha had 13, Redwall with 4 while Nic Myers had 2 votes. Donnacha won a single license copy of gravityforms for winning the game.
Picks Of The Week:
Jeff – NextGEN Public Uploader – The NextGEN Public Uploader plugin for WordPress allows users to upload images from the frontend of your blog to a specified gallery.
David – http://wordpress.alltop.com/ Good source of blogs to read all in one location dealing with WordPress.
Last Weeks WordPress Trivia Question:
What is the template tag that was introduced in WordPress 2.3 which provided one of the major feature additions in WordPress themes?
WordPress Trivia Answer:
On October 20th, Todd Mann will be joining us on the show to talk about InJersey.com as well as the meaning of Hyperlocal and how he is using BuddyPress to power his efforts.
Next Episode: Tuesday October 13th, 2009 8P.M. EST
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Length Of Episode: 57 Minutes
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