In light of the recent WordPress GPL debate it is worth taking a look at who really owns WordPress, how this is impacted by the GPL, and how you can make money while still staying through to the open principles WordPress was built on.
Matt Medeiros, Joe Howard, Birgit Pauli-Haack, and Sarah Gooding discuss the WordPress news space with David Bisset and Dan Knauss.
For Nyasha Green, a healthy tech community prioritizes mentoring. She credits her mentors with helping her find her place in WordPress. How well does your part of the WordPress ecosystem support mentorship? Can we make mentoring a key way people contribute to WordPress’s future?
In the world of hosting, there are the big players (like EIG and GoDaddy), lots of tiny companies, and a couple of handfuls of companies in-between. DreamHost is a tweener, that’s not huge, but not small, and has a fairly WordPress-centric platform. Other than knowing that Mike Schroder and Mika Epstein (two important people within the WordPress…
In this episode of Post Status Draft, Brian and Cory talk about balancing multiple projects, and working with partners.
Ellipsis has published some new data and analysis that addresses the question, “Who is winning in the WooCommerce marketplace?” Their conclusions: In comparison to WordPress, WooCommerce has been a lot stronger this year. 70% commission on sales makes the WooCommerce Marketplace a viable sales channel. $85,498,900 has been earned in estimated revenue from the WooCommerce…
In the second post in this series, we set a default image for our taxonomies if we haven’t provided one with our taxonomy meta.