We did a second pass at our code review meetup — last night turned out much better than the first. The high point for me: most of the “presentation” was, in fact, discussion. The latter proved to be way more valuable for everyone, as most… Continue reading →
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.
An idea: Use creation of WP_Error objects as a way of tracking application exceptions. If WP_Error had an action in the
__construct() method, you could easily
error_log() WP_Error codes and messages.
Can someone tell me why this is a bad idea (other than exploding your error log), or whether there’s a better approach?
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 →
This here site predates post formats in core, so many of my older posts are categorized with a post format but missing an actual post format. Now that I’ve switched to the lovely TwentyThirteen, I decided to fix things up. Here’s the bit of PHP I… Continue reading →
Daniel Bachhuber Joins Human Made. Yep, that’s what’s next. Can’t wait.
Unit Test Hack Day Prep. Unit testing is coming to the Portland WordPress Developer Meetup on Saturday, April 27th. In preparation, Zack wrote an informative how-to so you can get everything installed in advance.
WordPress again most frequently used CMS among Online Pacemaker finalists. Boom: 70% this year, up from 54% last year. The CoPress legacy lives on.