WPWeekly Episode 55 – WordCamp Toronto/Columbus Recap

wordpressweekly1In episode 55, we had a roundtable discussion of sorts centered around the various WordCamps we attended over the past two weekends. David Peralty and Jeremy Clarke discussed WordCamp Toronto, I talked about WordCamp Columbus and Brad Williams talked about his experience at WordCamp Mid-Atlantic. We discussed the good, the bad, and the ugly regarding our experiences. If you’re thinking about organizing a WordCamp event, be sure to tune in and take a listen as you might be able to pick up a thing or two to help improve your event.

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WPTavern Listener Poll:

Last weeks poll question was: Do you think Premium themes have helped or harmed the WordPress community?

Out of a total of 20 votes 12 of you said Helped, 4 of you voted Harmed and 4 of you wanted to know what kind of question that was.

This Weeks Poll Question Is: With 2.8 on the horizon, did you enjoy going six months without upgrading to a major version of WordPress?

Plugin Picks Of The Week:

Jeff CryptX – With CryptX you can hide all your email addresses, with and without a mailto-link, by converting them using javascript or UNICODE. Although you can choose to add a mailto-link to all unlinked email addresses with only one click at the settings.

DavidTime Press – Easily add a timeline to your blog to present a new dimension for viewing your blog archive. Also has Twitter support.

Last Weeks WordPress Trivia Question:

Which version of WordPress introduced the ability to manage static pages?

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