Some thoughts on plugins, Jetpack, advertisements, and things

A series of loose thoughts I’ve been trying to work through over the last couple days in response to Jetpack adding feature suggestions to plugin search results in the WordPress dashboard. I think injecting promotions into the current plugin search interface is not a great idea. I understand why it’s appealing, and I imagine that… Continue reading Some thoughts on plugins, Jetpack, advertisements, and things

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Headed to LoopConf 2018

Finally, finally, finally got around to purchasing my ticket to Loopconf in February. My second event sponsored by Happy Prime rather than WSU. 😉 I got a lot out of LoopConf in 2015. My multisite talk went well, the conference's speaker experience was ridiculously good, and the conversation with everyone over those few days was… Continue reading Headed to LoopConf 2018

Comment on Greenpeace’s Planet 4 technical discovery findings

Greenpeace has been undergoing what seems to be a pretty open process in developing Planet 4, the plan for redesigning greenpeace.org. A series of posts have been published on Medium providing details on the discovery process and some of the decisions that have been made. A few days ago, Davin Hutchins posted “Why Greenpeace and… Continue reading Comment on Greenpeace’s Planet 4 technical discovery findings

How we’re using the WP REST API at Washington State University

As I write this, we have the WP REST API enabled for 1083 sites across 54 networks on our single installation of WordPress at Washington State University. It’s probably worth noting that this only counts as one active installation in the WordPress.org repository stats. 🙁 It’s definitely worth noting how we use it! 🙂 Our… Continue reading How we’re using the WP REST API at Washington State University