If you’re running a website, you have a lot more responsibility than just yourself.
When you move from Single WordPress to MultiSite, you can leave your images where they are, or you can move them to the new structure.
So you’ve have a plugin and you’ve finally released it on WordPress.org to allow the masses. It’s going well, you’ve run a couple revisions with no major issues. But how can you tell how ‘well’ your plugin is actually doing? Realistically, you’re going to have to wait a while, maybe even a year, for things… Read more about Understanding Plugin Stats on WordPress
Now that SubVersion is up and running, I decided to make it visible to others via WebSVN. The only reason I’m using WebSVN, which is really cool, don’t get me wrong, is because I can’t get mod_dav_svn and the default apache stuff working with my server. Go to http://svn.ipstenu.org and you can see my web-version… Read more about The WebSVN Alternative
After some twittering with Mark Waterous, we decided that I probably had an out of date version of SVN. This is not a surprise. My server is CentOS, and they have this weird ‘core’ plugin repository that basically says ‘whatever version of a package we release your OS with is the version you get’. It… Read more about Struggling with SubVersion
As of WordPress 3.1 you can NO LONGER remove the blog slug via the method described in this post! – Feb 28 2011 Warning: WordPress MultiSite is not for the newbie! Most people I know who are using MultiSite (formerly WPMU) are people who have always been using that fork of WordPress. With the advent… Read more about Switching to WordPress MultiSite Breaks Links
Some quick and dirty functions I came up with for the bbPress 1.x days.
How to make Gravatars show up on Woopra for Theme Hybrid.
Down and dirty ban blocker.
This is NOT about how to get a SubVersion repository up and running on your server (if you already have SubVersion). I wish it was.