First post from iPod, w00t!
The WordPress iPhone/iPod app is now available from the iTunes app store. It’s free (as in beer) and within a few days it will be free in the other way too, with the release of the source code.
Keep your eye on the official WordPress iPhone website for the latest.
WordCamp UK 2008
WordCamp UK is on Saturday the 19th and Sunday the 20th of July, 2008 and the organisers have made it “over the hump” after some indecision about the venue. They have ended up with a very appropriate venue in Birmingham, enough generous sponsors to secure the event financially and a decent programme too.
You can buy tickets online now.
I’ll be there presenting two topics:
Not sure I’ll need a full hour for either, maybe I can give everyone early marks when I’m done.
I’ll also be on a discussion panel. Attendees should be well sick of me by the end of the conference.
WordCamp San Francisco 2008
WordCamp San Francisco is on Saturday the 16th of August, 2008. [Update: It’s only one day but contains two tracks]
This is the original WordCamp on it’s third time around, but it will be my first. Should be a hoot. I’ll possibly be presenting one or both of the topics I’m preparing for WordCamp UK.
It’s looking like it will be pretty popular again this year if Upcoming is any indication.
WordCamp Australia 2008
The first WordCamp Australia has just had it’s dates announced. It will be held on Saturday the 6th and Sunday the 7th of December, 2008, somewhere in Sydney.
It’s early days yet, but you can register your interest on Upcoming now.
If you are flying in from out of town it is a good idea to book flights sooner rather than later.
I’ve been sitting on this one for a few years. Mind you, for most of that time I thought I had lost it amongst my many backups and migrations from machine to machine.
This is a Quartz Composer… um… composition that I put together back when Quartz Composer was only new. Today I fired it up under Leopard’s newer shinier Quartz Composer and it still seems to work. I played with it for a minute or two and then added a couple of extra settings for people to play with.
Click “Read More” to see some screen-shots and videos showing what various tweaks to these settings can do.
If you’re like me and don’t drink coffee or tea very much, or even if you just don’t drink coffee and tea very much, then you must be wondering how you can justify buying a fantastic WordPress mug for your home or office.
Well, today I’m here to help you lighten your wallet with my first suggestion for alternative uses for your WordPress mug…
Who doesn’t like receiving flowers? What’s more, who doesn’t like WordPress? Nobody! So let’s juxtapose those once disparate concepts in a WordPress handled posy vase (pictured above).
A perfect Mother’s Day gift!
Keep checking back for more of this enthralling series of posts in the coming days.
Today mdawaffe hit the big red button and released bbPress 0.9.
bbPress 0.9 is a considerable improvement over the previous release with lots of bug fixes and some handy new stuff that should make installation and integration with WordPress a lot easier.
He goes here, and hits the reload button many times.
Congratulations to the WordPress 2.5 team.
Behold my eleventh hour contribution to WordPress 2.5! With which I bend time using sheer willpower and win the love of the people.
To the people of the mountainous nation of Nepal, I salute you! I will not let your blogging be incorrectly time-stamped by fifteen minutes. As much as the hounds of assimilation (in the form of half-hour incremented time-zones) may bark at your personal publishing door!
To the great blogging warriors of Kiribati, whose expansive nation sweeps across the ocean. Your wish to keep your fellow citizens crossing the same day off your calendars at the same time by breaking the international date line standard will be honoured in WordPress 2.5!
To the Tongans your theoretically impossible +13:00 timezone is safe and sound.
To the coastal dwellers of south-east Western Australia, what on earth were you thinking?
And finally, to the residents of the Chatham Islands, both of your unusual timezone offsets will be supported! Yes, that’s one timezone for every 300 people on your fair isles.
To one and all in these proud nations, I remain your humble non-standard timezone champion.