WPWeekly Episode 85 – Core Plugins, Core Access, And WordCamp Atlanta

wordpressweekly1This episode of WordPress Weekly was an open mic version of the show where I was joined by Kim Parsell, Scott K Clark and Conorp to discuss the round up of news stories for the past week. Nothing too exciting in the episode other than you get to hear my voice quite a bit.

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Stories Discussed:

The Idea Of Core Plugins
A New Member To The Core Team
News Out Of WordCamp Atlanta
WordPress And Multi-Site
The last version of MU
bbPress now has an official plugin
The WordPress Dev Chat For January 14th
WordCamp Boston

Pick Of The Week:

Easier theme upgrades -This plugin helps make the theme upgrade process a breeze. After installation and activation, you can upgrade a theme by uploading a zip file containing the updated files. Your old theme files will be archived in a zip file that is placed in your media library so you don’t have to worry about disappearing hacked theme files or edits. The plugin is free and should be on the plugin repository soon.


On January 26th, I’ll be interviewing Aaron Brazell of Technosailor.com to talk about his involvement with WordPress over the years as well as his new book called The WordPress Bible.

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Length Of Episode: 57 Minutes

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One response to “WPWeekly Episode 85 – Core Plugins, Core Access, And WordCamp Atlanta”

  1. I love the Pods CMS Plugin. Think the merge will be great. Ever since I started to use the Pods UI Plugin aside I couldn’t image using Pods in any other way.


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