More acquisitions! Is the WordPress market worth $500-600 BILLION? Cory and David discuss these topics and Gutenberg’s barriers to winning back users.
Thinking about releasing either a free or commercial WordPress plugin? Read this post by Tom McFarlin on wpTuts+ first, along with the discussion in the comments.
The biggest feature lacking in WordPress is portability. We have an exporter for post content, but this exporter omits settings, widgets, theme options, and a large swath of data necessary for truly moving a site from server A to server B. For WordPress’ future to remain bright, this is a deficiency we absolutely must address….
At Make WordPress Core there is a discussion taking place about dropping support for Internet Explorer 11 in core. IE 11’s usage is very low by several measures. It would be a great benefit to developers to let it go. Some concerns remain “for those who are unable to upgrade, like financial institutions and education…
What’s the best intervention for the admin notification nightmare? Is there a win for both end-users and WordPress businesses?
Matt Mullenweg announced this week that CC Search, a CC0 (Creative Commons Zero) image search engine, is joining the WordPress project.