Elegant Themes team went to WordCamp San Francisco and designed a nice WordPress Infographic with all the stats about how WordPress is used and consumed.
Chris Lema has posted a nice tip for automatically changing WooCommerce order status when some orders a product. It’s especially useful in his context, as he sells digital downloads, and there’s no waiting period between processing and completing the order.
Mason James doesn’t like the term “maintenance”, which may come as a surprise considering many folks lump his company, Valet (formerly WP Valet) into a group of “maintenance service” agencies. Maintenance is a completely inadequate and backwards approach to running a business. If you start off with this mindset, you’re likely to get mediocre results…
In January, the Norwegian WordPress community got together in Oslo for WordCamp Norway 2014. In this video, filmed by Alex Asensi, people give testimonials about what excites them about WordPress and what it’s done for them in their lives. Whether it makes publishing easier, enables careers, or even saves lives, WordPress has benefited millions of people…
Fences can protect or inhibit care of a commons. “Do not remove a fence until you know why it was put up in the first place,” is a classic piece of wisdom. What are the questions we need to ask about our fences and WordPress as a commons?
Siobhan McKeown has been working on a book on the history of WordPress, and has its first outline available for your viewing. I love how open she’s been about the development of the book. This one is going to be a must to have around for any of us making our living off of WordPress.
WordPress 6.1 walkthrough replay • Matt: WebP no go • Matt: Core needs to be more editorial • Survey: How do you learn WordPress?