The first session of the day at WordCamp was with Patrick O’Keefe who talked about building a community around your WordPress publication. Patrick is from iFroggy Networks and has written a book entitled “Managing Online Forums.” Patrick believes there are 3 key things to do… Continue reading →
If you can create a culture of teaching and learning within your community like what went on when Greg showed us git, your project will take off. Those moments are more important to the humans involved than any app feature. Gina Trapani — Your Community… Continue reading →
Just got back from a 5K run for Automattic’s World Wide WordPress 5K. The weather wasn’t as nice as yesterday, the last mile was in sprinkling rain, but it was still a good workout. Like Nick mentions, it’d be cool to set up a counter… Continue reading →
Andrew Nacin recaps his first year spent contributing to WordPress. Pretty cool story. The energy he brings to WordPress is tremendous, I’m definitely looking forward to the next 12 months of code from nacinbot Nacin.
Living in an urban area with public transportation beats driving in from suburbia. Productivity can start once you leave the house: That first hour of the day, Apple and Google employees are banging out emails and getting ready for the day, not sitting in traffic carrying… Continue reading →
The article published today by The Washington Post about TBD.com, is pretty sad. It is rarely a good thing when make your childish attitude clear in the first 8 words. That’s not a lede, it’s a put down. Also, who the heck decided to put the term… Continue reading →