PressBooks, the plugin for WordPress Multisite to make ebooks in various formats, has officially been open sourced. This is really great news. It lowers the barrier to entry for authors even more.
Dumitru Brinzan writes about the “WordPress Web Hosting” page on the WordPress.org website. He has some disagreements with Matt Mullenweg’s recent description of the hosting page as “editorially-driven” and at high risk of “bribery or conflict” if it was placed under the control of another group.
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.
WordPress has long had a Memcached backend available for object caching. Over the past several weeks, Eric Mann and Erick Hitter have built out a Redis-based alternative for object caching. Updated Source: https://ethitter.com/2014/04/redis-object-cache-plugin-available-for-download/
bbPress 2.3 has entered its first beta. If you are a bbPress forums user, now is the time to go grab a copy and test it on your development installs. bbPress has really matured over recent years, and is a great WordPress centric forum product if you want to get up and running quickly. Go…
Member Spotlight: David Smith, Founding Wizard at Gravity Wiz