WPWeekly Episode 68 – Hey, I Didn’t Change My Password!

wordpressweekly1In this episode, David and I get you caught up on the news of the week which includes a few stories from the WordPress.com side of the world. We give you the 411 on the latest version of WordPress to be released, WordPress getting it’s own URL shortener, and much more. We were also joined by special guest Jane Wells who provided us some great information regarding the happenings with WordPress.

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Stories Discussed:

WordPress 2.8.4 Released
WordPress.com comes out with their own URL Shortener
The Synergy Project is coming along
WordPress.com testing a new look
Tips for customers and theme authors
Security tips you might not follow

WordPress Tavern Listener Poll:

This Weeks Poll Question Is:
Do you think the Codex is the future of documentation for WordPress?

Picks Of The Week:

JeffWordPress Versions Codex article

Last Weeks WordPress Trivia Question:

What is the name of the company that does the server hosting for WordPress.com?

WordPress Trivia Answer:


This Weeks Trivia Question

What is the name of the new part fulltime employee Automattic recently hired?


On Thursday August 27th at 2PM Eastern Daylight Time, we’ll be interviewing Adii of WooThemes. The special date and time is due to Adiis geographic location.

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12 responses to “WPWeekly Episode 68 – Hey, I Didn’t Change My Password!”

  1. It was good to hear that some of the code from Google Summer of Code is making it out into the world, I’m keen to take Daryl Koopersmith’s Elastic Theme Editor for a spin!

    John Gridley (urbangiraffe.com) is the latest part time Automattician. Yoast’s interview with John was interesting, I hope it was the first of many Press This episodes.

  2. @Matt – Well that’s good to know. It was my understanding based on Joost’s interview with him that it was a part time gig. At any rate, glad to hear the Automattic team is growing and I hope he does well for the team. His search unleashed plugin is pretty cool.

  3. @JLeuze – Yeah, glad to see most of the Google summer of code projects made it past the pencil down date. Whether or not the code or full project will be used in core is another question. Congrats on being first again.

    @conorp – A decent second place showing :)

    @Epic Alex – Yep. This round was pretty easy this week. I need to find a question that will stump people.

  4. Hi Jeffro,

    Great show as always!

    I can confirm that John’s name is definitely John Godley. Going back a couple of years, if I’d been asked who my favourite WordPress plugin authors were, I would have said Lester Chan, Alex King and John Godley. Now, I’d still keep those three, but add Vladimir Prelovac and Joost DeValk – so that podcast was one of my top 5 interviewing another of my top 5. Magic…

    For what it’s worth, although I use All in One SEO Pack, most of the top SEO guys (including Joost) seem to use John’s HeadSpace.


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