NASA on WordPress April 13, 2007AsidesMatt J. J. Toothman wrote in that NASA is using WordPress for their new Ames Research Center project. Sweet! Share this:Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window) Related Posts
26 thoughts on “NASA on WordPress”
This is cool news. Not only is the site running on wordpress they are also using k2 Thats funny.
But they didn’t place a link 🙁
That’s what I call cool! 🙂
Space””the final frontier. These are the voyages of the blogship WordPress. Its mission: to explore strange new codes, to seek out new plugins and new php files, to boldly go where no platform has gone before
WordPress rulez! 😉
all the best
Of course, WordPress is the best blog software :p
And the theme seems to be based of K2. 😉
OK, I’m suitably geekish I think that’s cool too.
According to the source code, it’s running WordPress 2.1 & K2 Beta Two 0.95 RC1.
That IS cool!
So sad that NASA couldn’t put a link back to WP…
Does this mean it is ok to rip cd’s and share them over P2P networks now that the government has toileted attribution?
Scotty would be proud lol.
Hey guys while a link back to WP is always appreciated as it helps spread the platform, it’s not at all required.
Nice, of course. It seems to me, that wp is considered to be a great IT software.
I’m to glad to hear it!
wowowowow what a great news that is 🙂
Matt, looks like Yahoo! is using WordPress too!
Well, Yahoo! has been using WordPress for their YPN Blog for a long long time !!
Good news, and this is a great plus when it comes to the credibility of one of the most exciting open-source projects in the past year.
Now, when someone critisizes WP, I can just leave them dumbfounded by replying “Well NASA uses it!”
Yes indeed no link required, but we should be proud using WordPress, shounldn’t we 🙂
Actually they do give an attribution, it’s just a little buried:
We love WordPress over here at NASA Glenn Research Center, with a smaller group of us using it to make publishing NASA Directorate, Branch or Project sites easy for every type of HTML-knowledged worker, from administrative to technical.
See more here:
Our customized theme (still using a modified version of Sandbox) with some revisions, passes muster with the annual Section 508 accessibility reviews. New issues are addresses and fixes help every curator.
On Deck: Updated our theme to match the current NASA Affinity “Look and Feel,” as seen at http://www.nasa.gov.