WPWeekly Episode 209 – Where Is the Word Press?

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I are joined by Drew Jaynes, WordPress core contributor. We discuss a wide range of topics, from Jaynes’ opinions on Scott Taylor’s work on WordPress 4.4 thus far to his trip to WordCamp Capetown Africa, 2015.

We go in-depth on 10up’s investments in WordPress and discuss what’s happened to the Word Press. Last but not least, we discuss why developers are so excited for Taxonomy Term Meta to be part of WordPress 4.4.

Stories Discussed:

WP101 Founded by Shawn Hesketh Turns 7 Years Old
The Top 100 Active WordPress Themes and Plugins on GoDaddy’s Hosting Network
6 WordPress Plugins That Take Native Comments to the Next Level

Plugins Picked By Marcus:

WP Like/Dislike allows visitors to like or dislike a post on your website.

Slack Notifications is a plugin that notifies you in your Slack channel via the Slack API on the following: New WordPress Version, New Plugins Updates, Post Published, New User Registration, Admin Login.

Postmatic for Gravity Forms is a simple plugin that allows individuals to subscribe to Postmatic feeds using Gravity Forms.

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3 responses to “WPWeekly Episode 209 – Where Is the Word Press?”

  1. I think part of the reason that there is less debate occurring in the community, is because things are significantly more open now than they were in the past. Previously, it was very hard to get information or to find out what was happening behind closed doors. Now that information is more freely available, so there is much less to debate.

    The direction of the project is also more clear now. Previously, it was hard to know where WordPress was going or what it’s purpose was. These days, I think that direction is more obvious.


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