1. Vix

    I can’t download the podcast, the file isn’t found on TalkShoe’s server:

    The requested URL /TC-34224/TS-238513.mp3 was not found on this server.

    .-= ´s last blog ..XAMPP + Pretty Permalinks in WordPress =-.


  2. Peter

    Like Vix; I can’t download this or several back issues of WordPress Weekly from this website or from TalkShoe. Is there any possibility of fixing the problem soon?



  3. Dean Wade

    I’m trying to subscribe to the podcast in iTunes and I’m getting an error saying not available on this server. Do you have any idea why?


  4. Jeffro

    Sorry about that guys. Talkshoe was having issues with their storage server which is why the files ended up disappearing. I just gave downloading a try and it appears to be working again. If not, let me know.


  5. Kevin Paquet

    Hey there,

    Have been listening to all the latest episodes via iTunes on my iTouch while I went here and there, and I have spit some coffee on a early morning when I heard on that June 12 episode that Matt tried to GPL a stake LOL but anyways..

    About this episode, either of the two WordPress should rebrand, but I’d like to see WordPress.Com become wp.com -the vacant domain that they have that redirects to WordPress.Com- because it is very short and friendly and because it would lesser the confusion between the Open Source WordPress Project and the WP Service.

    I have a lot of Blogspot Bloggers around here who say that WordPress sucks because you cannot add advertisement and it is obvious that they refer to the free hosting service of Automattic. If WordPress.Org would rebrand, I’d see a lot of blogs going down who blog about WordPress and rebranding themselves as well, kinda headache for everyone who is truly involved in the project in their own unique ways, add to it all the plugin names that have to be renamed as well.. Geeeek..


  6. Vix

    I’ve been using WordPress since the early days so distinction between .com and .org is clear to me.
    But for a lot of people WordPress IS wordpress.com and it’s a sad fact that the self-hosted (original version) suffers because of this.

    Ideally, WordPress.com should be the one to rebrand because rebranding WordPress.org wouldn’t make it WordPress any more!
    But the effort involved might make that improbable.


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