I like Ryan Sullivan’s post on how WP Site Care is managing to put on a really awesome company retreat without throwing down a ridiculous amount of money. Hosting the meetup in a nice place, but off-season, is one of several great tips.
Can you explain the difference between Central and the Foundation? They are not one in the same, so check out what each area handles.
More teams across WordPress are using GitHub Projects for project management. The Community Team is considering this addition as well.
Let’s review some very old tickets for bugs and feature requests in WordPress and admire the new things coming to Documentation and Themes sites.
Kevin Ohashi does the best WordPress hosting technical analysis out there. He’s just come out with his 2016 benchmarks, which are the culmination of months of testing twenty six companies, across six price tiers, with five different methodologies. In addition to his main post, which then links out to various tier-based tests, he also has…
In this episode Dan and Ny are tired! — but excited about heading to their first WordCamp of any kind. They talk about the things they’re looking forward to seeing and doing at WCUS and in San Diego. Lots of interesting speakers and talks! Contributor day! Karaoke. Food comes up — a lot.
In this episode of Post Status Excerpt, David and Cory talk about acquisitions by iThemes and GravityView. Also: Underrepresented In Tech and Post Status Slack.
GoDaddy is targeting products by companies like Digital Ocean and Amazon with their new by-the-hour Cloud Services and Apps project. The pricing is pretty much a direct mirror of Digital Ocean’s right now (starts at $5 per month), and they are marketing it to target developers seeking on-demand services. They are partnering with Bitnami to…
Get the scoop on planning for the WordPress 6.1 release, and help test its proposed plugin Rollback feature. There are also many calls for feedback from the Performance team and Five for the Future.