Ever since WPCandy was brought back to life around four months ago it has been, easily, one of the best places to find constantly updated WordPress news. For a while I used it almost solely to keep track of all the happenings in the community, not having time to dig through all the noise on
Late last year, I asked whether child themes should be listed on WordPress.org. Today at WordCamp Savannah, Matt Mullenweg (founder of WordPress) announced that he would be releasing a couple of his old blog designs as free WordPress themes in the WordPress.org theme directory. One of the sentences in Matt’s announcement post caught my eye.
UPDATE: The domain “wpcamelcase.com” is no longer mine. It is now some weird “casino” blog site. I’ll leave this post here for posterity purposes. I launched a site called WPCamelCase to help people learn how to spell WordPress. This is something I’ve tried to passively promote on this site by spelling every instance of “WordPress”
To those of you who don’t know, this past weekend I was at WordCamp Raleigh. It was my first WordCamp, and overall I found it to be a great experience. I met a bunch of people in the WordPress community, and everyone I encountered was very friendly and welcoming. While I was there, I met
For the past week or so I’ve been running a contest to win a free hosting for life from Page.ly. I closed the comments last Friday but being busy with WordCamp Raleigh I didn’t have a good opportunity to pick the winner until I got back home. And the lucky winner is…
Thanks to a bit of last second planning and a ride from Benjamin Bradley, I am going to be attending WordCamp Raleigh 2010. I realized a lot of you probably wouldn’t recognize me if you saw me there, so I made this quick video.
This is just a quick post to let you know about an interview of myself over at 1stwebdesigner, a popular web design blog. The interview was conducted by Saad Bassi, who you may recognize as a frequent commenter here at Theme Lab, and also as the co-editor of 1stwebdesigner. In the interview, I go over:
There have been a lot of great WordPress themes released over the years. Not all themes are actively maintained and supported by their developers, and while they might have been very popular back in the day, that doesn’t stop them from slipping into obscurity. These themes slowly become forgotten about, an afterthought, so what do