There are some essentials you should make sure are taken care of before considering your WordPress site complete. They don't take much time but are often overlooked.
Robert Dall shares some best practices for submitting WordPress Trac tickets. Trac can be intimidating, but Robert does a nice job of keeping his list informative but simple, and his advice is a great first step to getting more serious attention given to your ticket.
Eric Chuang 莊桓亦 and Hend Chen 陳瀚宇 have organized a hybrid WordCamp for the WordPress community in Taiwan and beyond.
In the light of recent events, Morten Rand-Hendriksen suggests it’s time that WordPress stopped sending the wrong signals in allowing – even encouraging – the use of the vulnerable old default username.
🎧 Podcasts worth catching: “Tumblr can be a better Twitter than Twitter ever was.” • The unfolding recession. • Catch up with GitHub Actions • How to think about accessibility and the things we forget about being inclusive and open.
Help Scout is one of my favorite blogs. In this post, they go in depth about remote and virtual teams, and give tips on tools to use and procedures for making them work. I would recommend a book for them to add to their list though.
GigaOM recently launched a redesign, and in their development, really focused on improving page load times. The results are especially impressive, considering how much content they are loading per page view. Their interview with WordPress.com VIP is definitely worthwhile.