When you launch a new project there’s always a buzz of excitement, hope, and relief, but also that of fear of failure and disappointment. This is something I’ve experienced for all the projects I’ve been part of over the past eight years, to the point that I’m actively looking forward to the first failed launch….
Here’s a fine 20-minute interview by Sabrina Zeidan with Jonny Harris, a WordPress Multisite core maintainer. Jonny talks about multisite and how it was implemented at Time, Inc. Speaking of videos, here’s another brief one that involves Mike Selander talking about rebuilding the TechCrunch website with React.
Here’s a script to add multisite “get” and “update” commands to WP-CLI.
The MLA’s Humanities Commons team maintains several WordPress projects to support Digital Humanities at colleges and universities.
This week WooCommerce 6.7 was released along with WooCommerce Blocks 7.8.3. Our good friend Rodolfo Melogli polled the Woo community for his 400th issue of WooWeekly: If you could change one thing in WooCommerce, what would it be?” Multidots shares a fascinating case study they have on both migration and multisite for RHRSwag.com. And Marius Vetrici is the WooDev profile of the week. He’s been writing code since 1994 and has 10+ programming languages under his belt and 20+ years of experience. Despite (or because of?) that, he’s interested in low-code tools and refuses to buy shoes online. You’ve just got to try them on to get the perfect fit and feel of the shoe on the foot.
WordPress Multisite is a great feature of WordPress. But it’s not always the right feature.