Barley: The inline editor for everyone. Change the web. Pretty slick frontend content-creation experience for WordPress. (via Spittle)
Idea: WordPress plugin for wp-cli so I could use the latter in the WordPress admin. Like Hopscotch, but installed on the site instead of as a browser extension. A sort of power user mode for the WordPress admin.
P2 By Email v1.0 released. New plugin lets you get instant email notifications of all new posts and comments, reply by email to those notifications, or create new posts by email.
Automattic has claimed ownership of the plugins I worked on during my employment. As such, the VIP team and others will be taking responsibility for their continued development, maintenance, WordPress.org support, etc. Hopefully they remain independent and aren’t rolled into Jetpack. I’ll contribute as relevant… Continue reading →
Markdown for P2. Simple implementation, and does exactly what you need it to. Content is saved to the database as Markdown for better or for worse.
Ad Code Manager v0.4: Easier Configuration for Google AdSense and Doubleclick For Publishers Async. By “easier”, I really meant “much easier.”
I may or may not get to these in the future. If you do before me, please let me know. Single-use P2 threads. P2 is an awesome theme for threaded conversations that stand the test of time. Avoid long, drawn out email discussions with friends by… Continue reading →
Easily Set Up Unit Tests For Your Plugin. Coming to you via wp-cli, the hottest project in the community.
Encouraging Community Collaboration and Development. “One of the lead developers for WP e-Commerce told me that moving to Github was the single best move they’d ever made when it came to getting feedback and contributions from the community.”
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 →