Jeff Chandler

While there has been a drought in WordPress Weekly, there is a brand new WordPress centric podcast to take a listen to called daWP show. The podcast is in it’s beginning stages with two episodes completed with another on the way. The show is produced by Josh Feck and covers (more…)

Is anyone out there interested in adding Post Format support to the WPTavern theme including the necessary styles to go with them? I’m willing to pay $20.00 to have this done as I’m currently working on some other things and don’t have time to add the support let alone the (more…)

For the first time since the shows creation, all shownotes for every episode can be found on one domain, One of the problems with WordPress Weekly is that I produced the show across three different domains., and On the Podcast page I linked to all of (more…)

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, I discussed some of the possible changes I have planned for I covered some history around why I started the site and why now, things have to change somewhat. Short and sweet episode this week. Ad Copy: This episode of WordPress Weekly is (more…)

This is just a friendly reminder that episode 108 of WordPress Weekly will be recorded this Saturday at 2PM EST. I’ll be talking about the news stories that caught my eye during the week, the release of 3.0.2, and last but not least, some changes to The changes are (more…)

In this episode, I was joined by Grant Griffiths, one of the team members behind During the show, we discussed a number of different topics such as how he got involved with WordPress, the awesome visual editor within Headway, how business has been treating him and much more. We (more…)

On this weeks edition of WordPress Weekly, Grant Griffiths will be joining me live for the duration of the show to talk about the release of Headway 2.0. We’ll also discuss his commercial theme business, themes in general, and perhaps a few business oriented things to top it off. During (more…)

Matt Mullenweg was recently interviewed by KTEH who produces the program, “This Is Us“. The interview goes over a bunch of information such as Automattic, Matt’s enjoyment of WordCamps, the GPL licensing, and more. This is a great 5 minute spotlight for anyone that is not familiar with Matt. One (more…)

Andrew Nacin who many in the WordPress community know as a house hold name by now has published a retrospective post into his first year heavily involved with WordPress development since his first patch was submitted. One of the most encouraging lines within hist post is the following: I’ve learned (more…)

In the first half of the episode, Gil Rutkowski otherwise known as FlashingCursor on twitter joined me to discuss post formats, a new feature slated for WordPress 3.1. We went over what a post format is, data portability, why the core dev team decided on a standard set of formats, (more…)

What’s that sound? It’s a cannon ball being shot over the bow of Tumblr. The big discussion point over the past two days has revolved around a new feature slated to hit WordPress 3.1 called Post Formats. Otto as well as Mark Jaquith do a great job explaining what these (more…)

Matt Mullenweg who every now and then publishes a long essay did so today on his personal site, talking about version 1.0 of software and how it’s the loneliest number. In the post, he mentions how Apple is not afraid to release a first gen product that contained flaws (more…)