WPWeekly Episode 168 – Recap of WordCamp San Francisco 2014

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I dissect Matt Mullenweg’s State of the Word presentation from WordCamp San Francisco. We discuss the global focus of WordPress 4.1, renaming the annual conference to WordCamp US, and the enhancements planned for the plugin and theme directories. The plugin picks of the week round out the show.

Stories Discussed:

Matt Mullenweg’s State of the Word Highlights Internationalization, Mobile, and New Tools for WordPress Contributors
Matt Mullenweg’s 2014 State of the Word

Plugins Picked By Marcus:

Plugin Mover enables you to move plugins out of sight without having to delete them.

Widget Importer and Exporter is useful for moving widgets from one WordPress site to another, backing up widgets, and for theme developers to provide users with sample widgets.

Massive Visual Page Builder enables users to visually build Pages using a wide selection of shortcodes.

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  1. You’ve always been able to get anything on the WordPress repo with WPackagist. Literally, any plugin or theme in the svn repos


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