Is the WordPress market share beginning to shrink? How do we assess market share? What metrics matter? It’s time we asked these questions.
The boundaries between WordPress .com and .org have never been very clear. That may change as the WordPress mobile app sheds features the Jetpack app will gain.
I like this very much. If you’re using Jetpack with a self hosted install, you can now get more advanced notifications, and do a bunch of pretty cool stuff from within the iOS app.
Late last year I wrote about Postmatic, a plugin that aims to improve your WordPress email and commenting experience. The plugin allows for comment management directly from your email, as well as handles post and comment subscriptions for your blog. The plugin has similar functionality to what you can find in Jetpack and Mailchimp, but it’s…
Jetpack also has a critical security release around shortcode processing, and is shipping auto updates.
Automattic has released a feature to create widgets to offer embed-able feeds for WordPress.com and Jetpack enabled blogs, so you can embed your blog anywhere. It looks just like a Twitter feed, but for a blog. From a technical standpoint, it seems pretty cool. Justin Shreve notes that it’s built using a REST API. But…