Malaysia is celebrating 50 years of Merdeka and Avijit made these cool WordPress logos to celebrate.
The winners of the WordPress Plugin Competition have been announced.
There’s going to be a WordCamp Beijing! Almost 200 people have signed up already. Here’s some English info about it. If you’re planning a WordCamp in your town let me know and I’ll blog about it to help get the word out in your area.
Mashable compared MovableType 4 and WordPress 2.2. I wouldn’t agree with Byrne that “Movable Type 4.0 is light years ahead of its predecessor not to mention any other blogging tool on the market” but they have caught up to a lot of basic features — pages, WYSIWYG, pagination, user registration — that have been lacking […]
IIS Authentication plugin for the WordPress PHP blogging engine. So wrong, yet so right.
A special WordPress India Logo, in celebration of 60 years of independence.
Transforming Your WordPress into a Tumble-Hybrid, we’re halfway there. Now someone should do a few awesome Tumblr-like styles around it. Projectionist is the first I saw and a great example of the medium.
I’m still recovering from the conference this weekend. It was really amazing in both the people who attended and the quality of the presentations. Anyone have a good roundup post or liveblog any sessions? Leave it in the comments. The session pages are picking up pingbacks but seem to be missing some good stuff.
KRON 4’s Brian Shields Reports on Wordcamp.
The Show in a Box project has made a screencast called How To Install And Setup WordPress. According to Jay Dedman, “Showinabox.tv is our new project to help videobloggers simply download a folder, install, turn on plugins, and choose a theme. All open source. Basically make the “ultimate videoblogging platform using WordPress”. It’ll showcase videos […]
I got asked an interesting question today: The only thing why (at least) I encode the footer is to prevent people from removing my designer link. I usually spend around 6 hours designing the graphics and coding the theme and some people simply take my link off and some of them even dare to write […]
Chickspeak is a WordPress MU based social network. “I recently completed my biggest project yet; a fully fledged social network aimed at female college students. The difference? It’s built on WordPress MU.”
Read/WriteWeb has a good article about Automattic and Six Apart.
A Short History of WordPress MultiUser (WPMU).
I’m in Dallas where I saw The Police with my sister. (The tickets were her birthday present.) Afterward I was checking out their respective website and it looks like Andy Summers, the guitarist, has a WordPress blog. His site also has some interesting essays and photography.
I just read on Detlog there is a WordPress Japan meetup in Okayama on July 1. I just got a copy of a new Japanese WP book and it looks pretty neat. I’d love to make it to Japan and one of these meetups someday.
WordPress Makes Sense For Many Non-Blog Websites.
Jerry Yang announced he was becoming Yahoo’s CEO on Yodel Anecdotal, their WordPress blog.
Danny Ayers, semantic web advocate, likes how WordPress handles Iñtërnâtiônàlizætiøn. Jim Ley, another RDF/FOAF guy, has also switched to WordPress. Where are they coming from?