Ryan Sullivan exposes the sad truth about most hosting reviews on his WP Site Care blog. Frankly, few are truly genuine or considerate of various potential needs customers may have. I could not agree more with his post. Sure, there are some really great hosts and I think we can even safely recommend hosts we think are great. But it's silly to think we can blanket-suggest a host without knowing anything about what someone needs.
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I’m super excited to finally be able to say that tickets for Publish 2017 are available. The event, as many of you already know, is in Atlanta, on August 3rd and 4th. That’s a Thursday and Friday. Go straight to the ticket purchase area if you want to skip the pitch. It’s being held at…
A couple of months ago, Mark Uraine described the thinking behind what is now likely to be a new landing page at WordPress.org/get: For quite a while now, the meta team has been interested in improving the download and mobile pages on WordPress.org. Unofficially, we’ve been referring to this as the “Get WordPress” project. A small…
Cloudways’ customers will soon have access to enterprise class performance and security.
Javier Casares makes the case for why hosting companies should install the PHP-intl extension. Instead of hacks, “we gain the possibility to use a lot of functions that can make our life easier” and “improve the way we develop to improve WordPress.”
Sarah Gooding has an interesting long form piece that goes inside Jetpack’s multiple team setup at Automattic, and how they think about development and the structure of the plugin. I found the bit about installs… odd. Automattic is aware of the number of people currently using Jetpack but will not be disclosing that information publicly….