WPWeekly Episode 88 – Woo For Menu Management

wordpressweekly1What a pleasant surprise this show turned out to be. I started the show solo but about 10 minutes into the recording, a familiar voice called into the show. You might know him as Matt Mullenweg. Kim Parsell also joined me to talk about WordPress. We discussed a number of stories that occurred during the week but since Matt was on the line, I went into rapid fire mode discussing all sorts of things such as the road map for bbPress, the WordPress store and its possible role with the foundation, ideas on the best way to provide feedback on a problem, the most difficult aspect of managing the WordPress project, a bit about the default theme, why he won’t be attending as many WordCamps this year and just a ton of other stuff. Really want to thank Matt for dropping by on a night where I was prepared to go solo.

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Stories Discussed:

Future Of The Show
WordPress 2.9 surpasses 4 million downloads
WordPress 2.9.2 Released
BuddyPress 1.2 Released
Woo Menus In WordPress 3.0
I’m Happy With My WordPress


I’ll be interviewing Brad Williams of WebDevStudios.com on February 23rd.

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