The following is the original notes on my WCEU talk about WordPress reviews. It’s more or less what I said, though the video will no doubt be up soon. 30 Months In Jail Over a One Star Review This is a true story. In late 2014, a man violently assaulted a woman who left a […]
Network activating a plugin gets weird on Multisite when you need to check if the theme is also active.
Where do the options and settings for network plugins go?
There’s a possible breaking change to DreamObjects coming up in September. Be prepared.
The drama is that which we brought on ourselves.
Learning by humor.
More control over Composer means fewer conflicts with SVN’s preflight checks on WordPress.org
I’m really bad at thsi since, generally, I don’t know why people would want to with the plugins I make. Which means I don’t do it. Which means I didn’t know how. I have a plugin that records the IP address of users as they register and outputs it on the ‘show users’ page. It’s […]
The recent brouhahah with plugins and frameworks (and libraries) brings up serious problems and no perfect solutions.
A name that is both concise and descriptive is still possible.