The free WP Migrate DB allows you to export your database, does a find and replace on URLs and file paths (handles serialized data), then allows you to save it to your computer. The pro version includes these features and a whole lot more, including push and pull.
A new security release for the WordPress REST API affects both version 2, which is now at beta 10, and version 1.2.x, which is updated to 1.2.5.
Some people have said that Post Status is not culturally diverse, although half of our employees identify as female. They say we are not diverse because we all look “white.” Does that make us a company that is not culturally diverse? No, it doesn’t. What that photograph does not show is heritage, or home culture, or race and nationality. Our team is a combination of different nationalities, races, and cultures.
Page.ly, the oldest managed WordPress hosting provider, has acquired BlogDroid. BlogDroid is a newer player in the WordPress managed hosting market. According to Page.ly’s blog post, it was an all cash deal for the acquisition.
Initial plans for applying to Google’s Summer of Code (GSoC) are coming together on the Make Core blog. It’s a good opportunity to mentor someone if you’ve got the chops.
WordPress needs more and better conversations. Respect, cooperation, and appreciation for each others’ roles even across differences and real disagreements — is it possible?
Welcome to the sixth “Week in Review” on Post Status, where I hope to offer up some of the things you may have missed in the last week or so. Unfortunately, I haven’t posted since the last week in review. Trust me, that’ll change this week. There are already a lot of posts lined up for…