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  1. Emily Barney

    Thanks for sharing your experiences! We’ve included your podcast in our roundup here:
    WordCamp Chicago & Podcasts: Live Interviews and Recaps

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  2. DoctahJ

    It was great getting to thank you in person for all you do for the WP world, the “community” as it were (minus Joel McHale and Chevy Chase). Next time, try Gulliver’s. You will not be disappointed.

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  3. Looking through the lens at WordCamp Chicago 2016 - The Garage

    […] Jeff Chandler, perhaps reluctant but well-respected journalist at WordPress Tavern and podcaster of WordPress Weekly. […]

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  4. Steve Wilkinson

    I personally like the freemium model and absolutely want to see these plugins in the repository. Since I don’t often go outside the repository, I’m unlikely to even find a paid plugin unless it has a free/freemium version (or is *really* well known).

    My biggest pet peeve is when plugin developers aren’t clear about free/freemium state of the plugin, or don’t clearly communicate the differences between the free and freemium.

    I’m actually more likely to pick a freemium plugin when it comes right down to it, because I know the developer is making some money, and often that plugin has greater future potential even if I only need the free stuff right now.

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