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Matt, The GPL And More

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December 17th, 2008
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If you are a premium theme developer or have an interest in WordPress themes, you may have heard that over 200 themes were removed from the WordPress.org theme repository. The reasons behind the removals have yet to be made public and there is more afoot than just the removal of themes. Over the course of the past few days, debates and discussions have been taking place on numerous blogs regarding WordPress, the GPL, themes and much more. Matt has agreed to appear on WordPress Weekly on Thursday at 1 P.M. EST to set the record straight so to speak. My goal for this special episode of the show is to get an explanation as to what happened with the theme repository, the new guidelines, Matt’s stance on the GPL, the entire issue of premium themes, what will happen with plugins and a whole lot more. This episode is really important […]

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WordPress Weekly Bailout Edition

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December 6th, 2008
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Due to some obligations which sprang up, Keith was unable to make it for this episode. So while schools, automakers, and banks ask for bailout packages, I had to do the same thing and you delivered. Special thanks to those who called in and turned what would have been a boring show into a great discussion on a number of topics. Ad Copy: WordPress Weekly is brought to you by the fine advertisers on WeblogToolsCollection.com. Without their continued support, this show would not be possible. If you are interested in advertising on WordPress Weekly, please contact me at wpweekly at gmail dot com.. Stories Discussed: 10,000th Changeset Reached 2.7 For WP.com, Soon For Self Installers My Idea To Manage Widgets In WordPress Should You Install WordPress Via Fantastico? Pros And Cons Feedback: We encourage you to leave a comment whether it be feedback, questions, rants, or corrections then tune in […]

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WordPress In A Book

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November 29th, 2008
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Episode 31 of WordPress Weekly featured a special 1 hour 26 minute interview with none other than Lisa Sabin Wilson, the author of WordPress For Dummies. Keith and I grilled Lisa on the topics of: Writing a book for a piece of software which has an extremely fast development cycle How different versions affect the publishing of the book WordPress For Dummies The Second Edition Lisa’s thoughts on WordPress 2.7 Lisa’s explanation on permalinks and slugs Lisa’s take on premium themes versus free themes much, much, more. Keith and I really enjoyed our time with Lisa and wish her the best for the second edition of WordPress For Dummies. Announcements: The two lucky recipients who will each receive a signed copy of WordPess For Dummies 2nd Edition are Chris Thompson and Lenire. WPWeekly Meta: Next Episode: Friday December 5th, 2008 8P.M. EST Subscribe To WPWeekly Via Itunes: Click here to […]

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How Many Cans Of Worms?

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November 22nd, 2008
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Keith, Andrew, Jacob and I discussed the news of the week. In fact, I tried to break the world record by opening up as many cans of worms as possible within a 60 minute period. You’ll have to listen to the show to hear if I was successful. Ad Copy: WordPress Weekly is brought to you by the fine advertisers on WeblogToolsCollection.com. Without their continued support, this show would not be possible. If you are interested in advertising on WordPress Weekly, please contact me at wpweekly at gmail dot com.. Stories Discussed: WordPress 2.7 Beta 3 Released Why 2.7 Is Not 3.0 The Icons Have Been Chosen Integrating Plugins – Is This Bad For WordPress? Adding A Twitter ID Field To Comments Listing Pages The 2.7 Way 10 Best WordPress Web Hosts Compared Feedback: We encourage you to leave a comment whether it be feedback, questions, rants, or corrections then […]

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WordPress – An Icon Of Its Time

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November 15th, 2008
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Keith, Andrew, Mark and I discussed the news of the week. With guest contributions to the show, we went in-depth on a number of topics including the icon survey and much more. Don’t forget to tune in to hear our plugin picks of the week. Come back next week for more action packed WordPress discussions! Ad Copy: WordPress Weekly is brought to you by the fine advertisers on WeblogToolsCollection.com. Without their continued support, this show would not be possible. If you are interested in advertising on WordPress Weekly, please contact me at wpweekly at gmail dot com.. Stories Discussed: Project Icon IntenseDebate Reopens Drag And Drop Tutorial Guide To Sticky Posts 10 Tip Optimization Guide Cool Way To Display Archived Posts Feedback: We encourage you to leave a comment whether it be feedback, questions, rants, or corrections then tune in and see if your comment made it on the air! […]

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2.7 Overdose

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November 8th, 2008
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As you can probably tell from the title, this episode features quite a bit of discussion surrounding WordPress 2.7. Not to worry though as there are plenty of other things that Keith and I discuss such as our favorite feature in WordPress 2.7 Beta 1, the WordPress showcase, whether or not Drupal can beat WordPress, and near the end of the show, Anthony Cole called in and gave us the 411 on WordCamp Australia which is taking place on November 29th and November 30th. Ad Copy: WordPress Weekly is brought to you by the fine advertisers on WeblogToolsCollection.com. Without their continued support, this show would not be possible. Those of you who continue to download the show and share it with friends, your continued support is appreciated. If you are interested in advertising on WordPress Weekly, please contact Mark Ghosh via this contact form. Stories Discussed: Your Favorite Feature In […]

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Homemade Yummy Pie!

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October 25th, 2008
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In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Keith and I dissect the news of the week. We discuss why commenter’s and bloggers should use Gravatar, our thoughts and opinions on the new 2.7 dashboard mock up, Akismet 2.2.1 with stats and much more. We try to solve a problem which was submitted to us by Nicolas and before the end of the show, we give you our plugin picks of the week along with the job of the week. Don’t forget that next Friday, (Halloween) our special one hour guest will be Jane Wells who works for Automattic in the usability/experience department. As you can imagine, we’ll be focusing the conversation on WordPress and usability. Ad Copy: WordPress Weekly is brought to you by the fine advertisers on WeblogToolsCollection.com. Without their continued support, this show would not be possible. Those of you who continue to download the show and share it […]

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Configure This

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October 18th, 2008
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In this action packed episode of WordPress Weekly, Keith and I dissect the news of the week. Jacob Santos was cool enough to call in to confirm that Andrew Rickmanns idea of placing a configure link inside of the plugin management panel would be included in the core. Also, he gave us an update as to how far he and others have come with in line documentation. Stay tuned for our plugin picks of the week and our job of the week. Ad Copy: WordPress Weekly is brought to you by the fine advertisers on WeblogToolsCollection.com. Without their continued support, this show would not be possible. Those of you who continue to download the show and share it with friends, your continued support is appreciated. If you are interested in advertising on WordPress Weekly, please contact Mark Ghosh via this contact form. Stories Discussed: Happy Birthday Gravatar Polldaddy Acquired By […]

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All In One SEO To Go

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October 11th, 2008
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In this highly optimized episode of WordPress Weekly, I interviewed Michael Torbert who is more commonly known as hallsofmontezuma throughout the WordPress community. He is now the developer of the most popular plugin in the plugin repository, theAll In One SEO pack. We discuss what it’s like to maintain an insanely popular plugin, how difficult it has been to work with the WordPress code, thoughts on SEO in general, and the question of the night went to David Peralty for asking if SEO could be damaged by mis configuring the plugin. You’ll have to listen to the show to get the answer. On top of that, I give my plugin pick of the week, the WordPress job of the week and much more on episode 24 of WordPress weekly. Ad Copy: WordPress Weekly is brought to you by the fine advertisers on WeblogToolsCollection.com. Without their continued support, this show would […]

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