WPWeekly Episode 237 – Don’t Take My Booze Away

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I discuss the news of the week including, Jetpack’s new developer code reference, shiny updates in WordPress 4.6, and Ukraine holding its first WordCamp. We also discuss whether or not WordCamp afterparties should be alcohol free and the circumstances surrounding the idea. Last but not least are Marcus’ plugin picks of the week.

Stories Discussed:

WP Mobile Detector Plugin Patched for Arbitrary File Upload Vulnerability, Exploits Ongoing
Jetpack Launches New Developer Code Reference
Shiny Updates Project Officially Proposed for Merge Into WordPress 4.6
Kyiv, Ukraine to Host Its First Official WordCamp in September 2016
Should WordCamp Afterparties Be Alcohol Free?
Postmatic 2 Features Email Digests, Comment Intelligence, and Zapier Integration
E.W. Scripps Buys Podcast Company Stitcher

Plugins Picked By Marcus:

Download Now for WooCommerce allows users to download products from the product page without going through the checkout process. If the product is downloadable and the regular price is 0.00, the Add to Basket button is replaced with a Download Now button.

Woocommerce Payment Gateway per Product lets you select payment gateways for individual products. If no selection is made, the default payment gateways are displayed.

Hide Price Until Login hides the price of products on shop and product pages until the user is logged in or until a password is entered.

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3 responses to “WPWeekly Episode 237 – Don’t Take My Booze Away”

  1. Alcohol is nothing bad but it is not healthy and it doesn’t help to make true connections. People are more present and clear for communication and exchange when they are sober. Sad enough that most of us live in a society where alcohol is such a standard and many people don’t enjoy as much when they go to a party without drinking alcohol.
    What is so important about that or so addictive that people can’t just drop it for after parties with more clarity and true presence?
    I drink once a year and enjoy it but I have had my best parties without alcohol and communication is certainly better and more meaningful without it – let’s say most of the time.

    The people make the place and alcohol or not will make a huge difference.

    This question may make sense to ask when deciding about alcohol or not: What is the intention for the party and where should the focus be?


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