Today was Matt Mullenweg’s 27th birthday, and in a reflective post he listed off his big launches of 2010: VaultPress, the new Akismet, his Ma.tt WordPress themes, a number of WordPress mobile apps, Audrey Capital, and the WordPress Foundation. We don’t typically cover other people’s blog posts like this; we just link them up in our weekend WordPress community links posts. But there was something else said in Mullenweg’s post, when he was listing his goals for 2011:
Launch secret new thing, code abbreviation JP.
Naturally, that has us thinking. Just what could “JP” stand for? What is the secret thing Mullenweg wants to launch in 2011? We don’t know, but we figured we can have some fun with it. Take your best guess in the comments, and whenever that project of his launches (whether next week or December 2011) we’ll revisit this post and award the closest guess with their choice of WordPress swag from the WordPress Swag Store.
Think you know what it will be? Just to recap:
- Leave a comment here with your best guess as to what “JP” stands for. One guess per person.
- We’ll wait. We’ll all wait. When it launches, we’ll pull this post back up, and the closest guess will be deemed the winner.
- WPCandy will send the winner a gift of their choosing from the WordPress Swag Store.
Keep in mind, “JP” could be a personal project, or another core Automattic product like ValutPress. There’s really no way to know right now, except that Mullenweg is excited about it.
So what do you think “JP” could be?