Fourteen sure feels like a big number of episodes, doesn’t it? On this episode of WP Late Night we talked about recent discussions around WordPress core development, Photocrati acquiring NextGEN, and various commenting systems. We also discovered Brad’s a huge liar.
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Show notes are just after the jump.
Episode #14 Show Notes
- WordPress 3.4 release last week
- WordPress 1.5.2
- Retina All the Things on Trac
- Proposing navigation changes by Jane Wells
- Navigation changes trac ticket
- WordPress download counter at 1.7 million
- bbPress 2.1 beta 1
- BuddyPress 1.6 Beta 1
- Photocrati acquires NextGEN Gallery
- Envato updates WordPress category pricing changes
- Carl Hancock on Twitter
- Mike McAlister’s editorial on $35 themes
- There is an open source rival to Facebok: WordPress
- Jetpack comments
- Automattic wants to unify “the dark matter of the web”
- 6 reasons why we switched away from Livefyre
- Dre’s pick: WordPress Orange County Facebook group
- WP Late Night on Facebook
- Brag Themes and another Brad Williams in the WordPress world
- Brad’s pick: Import Users from CSV
- Ryan’s pick: Pluginception
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