WordCamp Denver at the Art Museum, which was a fantastic venue.
Check out “Magazeen”: Free Magazine-Look WordPress Theme. Even better: it’s GPL.
Pre-WordCamp dinner in Denver, where it was very cold.
In a relatively bizarre case an employee of Ryanair left disparaging remarks about WordPress on someone’s blog. Someone with the airline should apologize.
Day 2 of WordCamp Dehli, many fewer photos, all done with tilt-shift lens.
Attending the WordCamp in Delhi, India with Om.
ReadWriteWeb France Catches Up with Matt Mullenweg. The French version of RWW uses WordPress and is doing really well.
Implementing WordPress.com Video on a WordPress.org site. It’s easy, but I agree it would be nice if the video media embed popup made this more seamless.
There’s going to be a pool (billiards) competition at SxSW this year in Austin benefiting charity and I’m thinking about putting together a WordPress team for it. Are you a world-class pool player, WordPress user, and going to be in Austin the night of Sunday March 15th? Leave a comment saying why you should carry the WordPress banner and I’ll pick the two best to represent the WordPress community at the event.
Ed Morita writes about his new permanent WordPress tattoo. I knew once the temporary ones starting taking off it’d just be a matter of time. 🙂 Lorelle has a good writeup here, and so does Mashable. As for people asking — there are no plans to change the logo ever! I think the W is pretty timeless.
Drinks with core WordPress France folks at Centre Georges Pompidou.
At WordCamp Paris and dinner afterward.
Persistent PHP processes in Erlang/OTP. “It’s so easy, in fact, that I now use it to debug WordPress functions from within Erlang.”
There’s a new WordPress book available: Rockstar WordPress Designer.