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  1. JLeuze

    Really enjoyed the roundtable with Jeremy and Otto.

    I’m looking forward to canonical plugins that can be relied on. If BuddyPress can be considered the first canonical plugin, I’d like to see bbPress as the second one, hopefully it is just as successful.

    I wonder if we will ever see any canonical themes? It sounds like the opinions for the 2010 theme are split between a simple theme that can be learned from and easily modified and a more advanced framework. I want the default theme to be simple myself, it’d be accessible to the most people. But I could see the advanced theme framework being a canonical theme.

    Yeah, this was a pretty easy one! Even if I hadn’t read this on bbpress.org before, Christmas would seem like a pretty safe guess:

    “The day after Christmas 2004 Matt started coding from the ground up and two days later the first version of bbPress was pushed live on WordPress.org.”

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  2. Jeffro

    @JLeuze – I think you’re wearing a tinfoil hat which made you tune into the answer.

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  3. JLeuze

    @Jeffro – I never leave home without my tin hat!

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  4. Conorp

    Just to annoy you:

    “The day after Christmas 2004 Matt started coding from the ground up and two days later the first version of bbPress was pushed live on WordPress.org.”

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  5. Nicolas

    Enjoyed the show. I did hear about the privacy “problem” but as many others I guess didn’t know a lot about it. After listening to the show I think just as Otto I don’t really care … I’ll tell the world … just today I added Ian Steward’s new Kirby theme ;-)

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