WPWeekly Episode 59 – Roundtable Featuring Peter Westwood

wordpressweekly1Unfortunately, the interview I had scheduled with Sam Bauers didn’t take place because he couldn’t make it. However, it was awesome to finally have Peter Westwood, one of the core developers join us from the UK to participate in our roundtable discussion of stories. I’ll reschedule Sam for another episode as I know many of you were looking forward to that interview.

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Stories Discussed:

2.8.1 Beta On The Way
Plugin Development And Money
Plugins With No Changelogs

WordPress Tavern Listener Poll:

Last weeks poll question was: Are You Aware What A Child Theme Is, And How It Functions?

Out of a total of 40 votes, 33 of you said yes, 7 of you said no.

This Weeks Poll Question Is: How Should I Review A Theme?

Plugin Picks Of The Week:

JeffSeries Plugin – Series allows you to string together posts by using the built-in taxonomy system in WordPress. Justin has packaged several extra goodies with this plugin such as widgets, shortcodes, and template tags to allow you to easily control how to display data on your blog.

This Weeks Trivia Question

(Submitted by Conorp) Where and when was the first wordcamp?


Next Tuesday, I’ll be conducting a special interview with Charles Stricklin, the producer of the WordPress Podcast. This will be a special pre-recorded show so look for that episode to be coming down the pike next week.

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4 responses to “WPWeekly Episode 59 – Roundtable Featuring Peter Westwood”

  1. It’s too bad you couldn’t get Sam on last night, hopefully we’ll get to hear from him soon.

    According to Wikipedia:

    The first WordCamp conference in July 2006 was pulled together in 3 weeks, in the style of BarCamp, attracting over 300 people to the Swedish American Hall in San Francisco.


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