* Contributing to open source
* Want to contribute to an open source project but don’t know where to begin? Don’t worry — with a bit of effort and dedication, you too can contribute to open source.
There’s a special section in hell reserved for devices with low battery alerts.
Flying down to SF for the day to attend WONTFIX Cabal, an unconference on open source project maintenance. The topics I’m struggling with most right now are: support burden (where to draw the line helping end users), and new feature development (how to decide what gets built). Even though open source has been around a while, it still feels very much like the early days.
Building the Perfect Bootstrapped Business on WordPress. Inspiring talk on so many levels. Where to find recurring value: business cycles; ongoing, value-generating costs; highly dynamic environments.
Two new WP-CLI commands: doctor and profile.
wp doctor lets you diagnose problems within WordPress by running a series of checks for symptoms;
wp profile quickly identifies what’s slow with WordPress, by giving you visibility into key I/O indicators.
WP-CLI v1.1.0 released. Chock full of enhancements and bug fixes from 21 contributors.