Sigle is a free “decentralized and open source blog maker” I stumbled upon recently and found interesting as another approach to simple blogging. Sigle uses Blockstack to keep your blog “decentralized,” but it can be configured to use your own storage.
It’s still far from simple to do well — let alone do better — what was first possible in the Web 1.0 era, even before WordPress was born. Thoughts on “WordPress Lite” and “Create Once, Publish Everywhere.”
Matt Mullenweg announced this week that CC Search, a CC0 (Creative Commons Zero) image search engine, is joining the WordPress project.
High-level spats in the WordPress business ecosystem are a reality, but on Twitter, they become low-level competitive exchanges. Maybe they could be moved into more private conversations without character limits if the goal is to resolve conflicts rather than intensify them.
Matt Mullenweg just delivered the 2013 State of the Word, his annual update about WordPress. He started off discussing the history of WCSF, and the first WordCamp San Francisco 8 years ago. It was pretty low tech at first, and organizers have learned a great deal since then. There have in fact been 314 WordCamp’s…
Unfortunately, maintaining open source projects can be a total drain. Daniel Bachhuber offers his condolences if you do so, like him.