Do you take your online freedoms seriously? Then this plugin may be for you. Chris Reynolds has released Cat Signal to showcase a modal box or banner whenever the Internet Defense League has an active campaign running.
Topher DeRosia took some time to reflect on HeroPress and recount his own path to WordPress, the long and winding road of freelancing, and his role as a developer evangelist for BigCommerce.
One more security update: Ninja Forms had a pretty nasty bug that allowed arbitrary file uploading. They worked with a security researcher — who tells his tale here — and the WordPress plugin team to get forced-upgrades to all users.
What do you (still) love in tech that’s old? (Tell us in the comments.)
At WordCamp San Francisco, Matt Mullenweg presented the future of WordPress versions 3.7 and 3.8. I have a specific vision for 3.9 and 4.0 – one that will keep both end users and developers happy. Can we make it happen?
RescueTime, which I’ve used since they started up, often has pretty good articles on time management and such. This is one. Most good habits are about maintenance.
Jigowatt, the company who develops the Jigoshop eCommerce plugin for WordPress has transferred ownership of the plugin over to Proxar IT Consulting, enabling Jigowatt to concentrate on the website design and development side of their business.