Posts Tagged ‘wpmu’

The Merge Has Begun

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January 7th, 2010
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The next six months in WordPress development are going to be pretty exciting considering the possible scope of 3.0, a new default theme and of course, the merge of WordPress MU into the codebase of WordPress. Anyone who has been keeping an eye on trac may have noticed that the merging process has already begun. They might have also noticed the addition of a new core commiter known as WPMUGuru who is Ron Rennick. Ron has a ton of experience working with WPMU under the hood so it’s only natural that he was brought on board to help with the merge. If you’re looking to find out what the scope will be for WordPress 3.0 and are wondering about how the merging process will take place, I invite you to join the WordPress Developers chat being held today at 4PM EST. In fact, here is the detailed information regarding the […]

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WordPress News for 11/25/08

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November 25th, 2008
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Blogging News, WordPress, WordPress Hack

First on the list is a large collection of WordPress video tutorials, tips and tricks ranging from the very basic to the very advanced from SpeckyBoy. This list also includes our very own Weblog Tools Videos which lists various WordPress and blogging videos, tips, tutorials and reviews. Noupe has listed 11 new “Most Wanted” hacks for WordPress in a nice illustrated list. The new hacks include protecting your pictures from hotlinking and Custom Google Search for WordPress. WPMU has received 37 nominations for their WordPress MU awards for 2008 and are looking for people to help choose the winners. View the nominations and vote for them. Michael Kubler has written up a tutorial to make WordPress captioned images work as expected on your WordPress theme. Captioned images were introduced in WordPress 2.6 (I believe). This blog had the same problem till we managed to wrangle the extra CSS code for […]

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WordPress Mu Plugin Competition

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August 21st, 2008
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Blogging News, WordPress Plugins

Hot in the heels of our own WordPress Plugin Competition (of which the results should be declared very soon), the folks at WPMU.org are running a WordPress MU plugin competition! The competition is already very much underway, with almost US$1500 worth of prizes already pledged and 8 great plugins submitted, ranging from XML-RPC add ons to simple domain mapping. And there’s still a month to go (entries close September 24th), so get your MU hats on and submit your best and brightest! The process is much the same as at Weblog Tools Collection. Plugin authors can register at the site and write up their own plugins for publication, guidelines and more on that can be found here. Then there will be prizes (and some rather snazzy badges) for judged and peoples choice winners and ranking entries. If you’re interested in adding to the prize pool, Andrew and James would love […]

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WPMU.org – WordPress MU plugins, themes and news

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July 21st, 2008
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Blogging News, LinkyLoo, WordPress

WPMU.org has changed hands and the blog is now written by James and Andrew from Incsub. WPMU.org is intended to be a WeblogToolsCollection for WordPress MU with the latest and greatest news, MU plugins, themes, SEO tips, ‘How to’ guides etc. If you are a WordPress MU user, add their feed to your feed reader and if you have something to share with their readers, take a gander at their contribute page. Incsub has been an ardent supporter and reader of WeblogToolsCollection and they are good people.

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Personal Learning Environment based on WPMU

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January 11th, 2006
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Personal Learning Environment based on WPMU how WordPress (and more specifically WPMU) could form the basis of the next generation of Learning Management Systems as Personal Learning Environments. This has been a vision of mine for a long time and I had tried to incorporate this at the University of Toledo while I was there (managed halfway, Dr Ledgard still (re)uses some of my old piecemeal code). WPMU could easily become an extremely powerful learning tool, especially for exploratory courses that depend on the curiosity of the student to encourage innovation and learning.

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