In this weeks edition of WordPress Weekly, David Peralty is back in full form as we discussed a wide variety of topics ranging from the idea of WordPress.com rebranding, WordPress needing more testers and the first virtual WordCamp. We also give you the skinny on WordPress 2.8.1 Beta 2.
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WordPress Tavern Listener Poll:
Last weeks poll question was: How Should I Review A Theme?
Out of a total of 23 votes, 12 of you said to use a fresh install of WordPress while 11 of you said to use a pre existing install filled with my own content.
This Weeks Poll Question Is: Do You Know The Difference Between WordPress.com And WordPress.org?
Plugin Picks Of The Week:
Jeff – Beta Tester – This plugin will allow you to either stay on one of two development tracks. Either the point release nightlies or the bleeding edge nightlies. The point release nightlites should also be fairly stable but will be available before the branch is ready for beta while the bleeding edge nightlies is the bleeding edge development code which may be unstable at times
David – David’s pick this week is a WordPress theme called Journic.
Last Weeks WordPress Trivia Question:
Where and when was the first wordcamp?
WordPress Trivia Answer:
The first WordCamp conference was held in July of 2006 in San Francisco. Matt Mullenweg pulled this event together in only three weeks time and ended up with about 300 people in the Swedish American Hall.
As an aside: The first international WordCamp event was held in Beijing China on September 1st, 2007. However, not too many people knew of the event. So the first KNOWN international WordCamp event took place in Israel on October 25, 2007
Congrats to Josh Leuze for getting the right answer.
Be sure to download episode 60 of WordPress Weekly which features a one hour interview with Charles Stricklin, host and producer of The WordPress Podcast. Also, Sam Bauers of bbPress has been rescheduled for July 17th.
Next Episode: Friday July 3rd, 2009 8P.M. EST
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