1. JLeuze

    WordPress.org will soon have a community center powered by BuddyPress to help propel their new community reorganization.

    Awesome, I hope this means that all the different profiles on WordPress.org will be combined, and that the support forum gets some extra functionality so that it is easier to manage.


  2. Andrew

    Great news about the BuddyPress community. BuddyPress is a great piece of work and should be the centre of .org.

    One thing I really hope they do is do put in place a payment and affiliate mechanism for those commercial themes so purchases have a consistent, and trustworthy, way of purchasing.

    As an aside, I have entirely solved the GPL Debate. I just don’t have the funds to put it into practice. Oh well, carry on as you were.

    Andrew’s last blog post..MU for all


  3. Jeffro

    @JLeuze – I dunno what they are going to do with the wordpress.org forum. That is a tough cookie. As far as taking all the profiles and combining them into one, that will happen and this way, we can see who is really active in the community via the activity streams.

    @Andrew – I don’t see them placing affiliate links on the page. Instead, I see them just having a page listing of approved GPL commercial theme authors/businesses. But, that is my speculation as to what they will do. We’ll have to wait and see what ends up happening.


  4. Dave

    Thanks for the update.

    I am very interested in hearing more about :
    Dave Moyer of the WordCast Podcast blew the roof off the house with his presentation regarding using WordPress to Podcast.

    Hopefully there is a writeup of this, or it will be on wordpress tv soon.

    (fledgling podcaster).


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