WordPress Weekly

David and I discussed recent development news into WordPress 2.8 as well as BuddyPress 1.0. We also had a chat regarding how to offer paid support packages while offering the main product for free. Last but not least, we covered a premium theme directory which is aimed squarely at showcasing (more…)

In this special Saturday edition of WordPress Weekly, David and I had the chance to interview Joost De Valk of Yoast.com. During the interview, we discussed plugin development, WordPress SEO, why Joost has not created his own SEO plugin, his thoughts on some of the WordPress Google Summer Of Code (more…)

In this episode, we were supposed to interview Matt Mullenweg about all sorts of things but Matt didn’t show up. Not sure if he forgot or if other events got in the way but I have already contacted Maya to reschedule the interview. We stuck around for an hour and (more…)

While last months Friday the 13th date proved to be uneventful, the same can not be said for this months version. Last night, for the second week in a row, the live stream on Talkshoe.com as well as the SIP portion of their phone bridge went offline during the recording (more…)

Prior to this episode taking place I had a feeling that this would be a great show. Despite there being a technical snafu where the stream audio disappeared, we covered alot of great information. We talked about everything ranging from Premium themes and the GPL to what StudioPress is all (more…)

Brian Gardner who is famously known for his Revolution Themes and also the guy behind his new venture, StudioPress will be my special guest on this Fridays edition of WordPress Weekly. I plan on grilling Brian about premium themes, just a question or two about the GPL, his business model, (more…)

David and I talked about some WordPress news that has accumulated the past two weeks. This ranged from WPDesigner coming back to life only to die again to my idea to wipe the ideas forum and start a new. We also covered a few confirmed features that will be in (more…)

Episode 42 of WordPress Weekly which fell on the same day as Friday the 13th contained a round table discussion where we talked about the various events or circumstances that would need to take place in order for WordPress to meet its demise. Although in the end, none us believed (more…)

In episode 41 of WordPress Weekly, David Peralty and I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Scott Wallick, the creator of the veryplaintxt theme as well as the Sandbox theme. That’s right, David Peralty is my new co-host for WordPress Weekly which should be fun. Ad Copy:This episode of WordPress (more…)

Episode 40 of WordPress Weekly discussed a wide range of topics from the release of WordPress MU 2.7 to the All In One SEO Plugin reaching one million downloads. Also sad to say that this was Keith Murray’s last episode as co-host. I wish him the best of luck in (more…)