This past Friday, after months of work and then two weeks of hard work, we launched a Premium version of WP Remote. The new feature list includes: Automatic backups to WP Remote, or Dropbox or your own S3 account. Daily email summaries of what’s been… Continue reading →
WP Remote strives to make it much easier to manage your WordPress sites. This week, Joe and I are in Portland to build a Premium version. Being the developers we are, our first order of business was to completely rewrite the API, and make it available… Continue reading →
Document Feedback is a new WordPress plugin to close the loop between documentation writers and readers. By default, it appends a simple prompt to the bottom of every Page: If a reader responds to the prompt, they’re given a follow-up question to clarify their response…. Continue reading →
Some many know me as a hardcore Rdio fan. I love the UI, appreciate their story, and have mostly been satisfied with the service. Last year, Andy Baio wrote two articles comparing Rdio to Spotify. In both instances he concludes Rdio comes out slightly on top… Continue reading →
Co-Authors Plus v3.0: Introducing Guest Authors. Finally out the door after several months in the making. And, not to jinx myself, no bug reports on day one. The upside of using your clients as guinea pigs.
P2 Resolved Posts is a nifty plugin we use at Automattic, in conjunction with the stellar P2 theme, to help better ensure decisions aren’t left hanging and things get done. This third release of the plugin allows you to register your own custom post states. For instance, if… Continue reading →
Writing a little blog post so Leah can test out WordPress.com’s new comment by email reply feature. You can ignore, or comment too and let me know what you think!
P2 Resolved Posts is a nifty plugin we use at Automattic, in conjunction with the stellar P2 theme, to help ensure decisions aren’t left hanging and things get done. This second formal release of the plugin incorporates the following: Automatically mark new posts as unresolved… Continue reading →