WordPress Weekly

In this Jeffless episode of WordPress Weekly, David Peralty mans the ship by himself covering a number of different topics such as whether trackbacks should be dumped by bloggers, codepoet.com, WordPress MU/BuddyPress Contest, punishing IE 6 visitors and much more. I gave this show a listen on the deck of (more…)

This weeks edition of WordPress Weekly will be an open mic roundtable centered around the topic of security. We’ll talk about security practices, things to avoid doing to make upgrading a harder process, the entire situation surrounding the worm that hit older versions of WordPress, ideas for what WordPress can (more…)

In this edition of WordPress Weekly, we have a fireside chat with Jonathan Davis, lead developer of the Shopp e-commerce plugin. We discuss what it’s like to run a business around open source software, marketing, customer service, the technicalities of the plugin and much more. If you’re a plugin author (more…)

It’s a bit short notice I know, but I’ve been dealing with things behind the scenes. At any rate, to kick off our new Tuesday recording schedule, we’ll be interviewing Andy Peatling, lead developer of BuddyPress. The last time we had Andy on the show was December 19th, 2008. As (more…)

In this episode, David Peralty and a few others join me to talk about the news of the week. Most of the news stories deal with Automattic owned services such as IntenseDebate and Polldaddy rather than WordPress. One of the discussion points focused on why Gravatar has not yet made (more…)

In episode 66, we interviewed Scott Reilly also known as Coffee2Code. Scott has developed over 50 plugins for WordPress. In this interview we discussed whether or not WordPress was a thankless community, various business models around plugins, why he contributes to open source projects and much more. It was a (more…)

This week on WordPress Weekly, I have the distinct pleasure to interview an awesome WordPress plugin developer. His name is Scott Reilly who has authored over 50 different WordPress plugins that you can browse here. It’s not too often I get the chance to interview a plugin author on the (more…)