David and Dan talk with Robert Jacobi, Director of WordPress at Cloudways, about the Joomla project and what WordPress can learn from it.
Good viewing and listening for you this weekend! Krogsgard on memberships and churn. Web 2.0 tech leaders reflect. Mike McAlister on the journey from Atomic Blocks and Array Themes to the Liftoff Creator Course. Paid services at Underrepresented in Tech. The Pattern Creator and Directory. WCEU. Inclusive Open Source Processes and Governance.
How did a hate symbol get into WordPress.org? Will more transparent governance help us navigate the age of weaponized open source projects?
“Identifying the Stakeholders of WordPress” is a thoughtful document produced by the WordPress Governance Project that takes on “the task of identifying the personas making up the WordPress user base.” 👥 Morten Rand-Hendriksen explains the thinking behind the equation of “users” with “stakeholders” as the logical implication of WordPress’s mission of democratized publishing.
In this episode of The Excerpt, David Bisset speaks with Carl Alexander and Tonya Mork about PHP news WordPressers should know about.
Thomas Nachbar of the University of Virginia School of Law writes in “Why We Can’t Disconnect Russia From the Internet” how he would really like to do so — and more: In the heady early days of the internet, the U.S. approach to internet governance was privatization to encourage competition and to open the internet…