What if open source values and ways of thinking point to solutions WordPress businesses can uniquely embrace?
The Misanthropic Developer says you should toot your own horn. Have you found greater benefits or costs in being assertive in your workplace?
WordPress 6.1 rolls out on November 1. Help test 6.1 Release Candidate 3 — and the Rollback feature plugin. Be sure to look over the 6.1 DevNotes, Field Guides, and Team Updates.
This week’s WordPress business highlights for Post Status: Lesley Sim is pivoting Newsletter Glue to an upmarket clientele. A discussion starter about WordPress UX. Do we need a curated plugin ecosystem, more open standards, and easy access to current expert consensus points in key knowledge areas? Time to bail out of Twitter? PayPal? Katie Keith tells her HeroPress story.
Here’s a detailed post from Bradley Taylor for GoDaddy‘s WooCommerce Wednesdays — all about multichannel selling. I was curious to see why that’s being billed as the future of e-commerce. I’ve read more about “omnichannel” as the buzzword of the future. Neither is something that WooCommerce does well without extensive customization. The idea behind omnichannel…
Folks are making a bit of a fuss about a commercial plugin — Bloom, a lead generation and popup plugin — getting forked and released for free. It all started with an Elegant Themes tweet: Looks like @LeadPages took our plugin, replaced our logo in their “fork” and put it up for free on http://wordpress.org 🙁 LeadPages,…