WordPress Weekly

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…)

In this Jeffroless addition of WordPress Weekly, David Peralty interviews Nikolay Bachiyski, creator of the GlotPress project. Among some of the topics discussed include translations, internationalization, localization, reasons for the GlotPress project, tools and techniques for translating themes and plugin, and more. I know that after I finished listening to (more…)

Just wanted to let everyone know what to expect for the rest of this month regarding the WordPress Weekly podcast. This Friday is the rescheduled appearance of Sam Bauers, the lead developer of bbPress. I hope he can make it as we have quite a backlog of questions from the (more…)

This week on WordPress Weekly, I have the privilege of interviewing both Randy Hoyt of AmesburyWeb who will discuss making WordPress work for business oriented sites while Scott Clark, co-author of the Pods plugin will discuss using WordPress as a CMS. Both of these guys presented at WordCamp Dallas two (more…)