The backstory of Wix vs. WordPress.
“Looking for [role]. If that’s you, message me!” is an extremely poor way to recruit. Here’s why.
Funding the WordPress open-source project doesn’t have to generate drama. Here’s a clear, simple, proven approach to ensuring WordPress is a financial success.
Annie Easley was an American computer scientist, mathematician and rocket scientist from Birmingham, Alabama.
MasterWP sits down with WordPress podcaster and teacher Joe Casabona to discuss the creator economy and the “Free Rider problem” in WordPress.
Close your eyes and picture this: the sky is clear blue. The sun is shining. The temperature is 74 degrees, and there’s a nice breeze blowing. The ocean is sparkling. The palm trees are swaying. Is this paradise? Close! You’re in San Diego!
The WordPress community needs more mentors badly. What if helping newbies was an official way of contributing?
WordPress is a content management system. So why is one of the best WordPress hosts telling me to manage my content elsewhere?
When is it OK to send an extra e-mail? Are ‘global companies’ with lots of contractors running afoul of the law?
Full Site Editing is confusing, but unnecessary name changes are worse.
We talk to Jonathan Bossenger of Automattic about the WP Feature Notifications project and how anyone can help contribute to fix the WordPress dashboard spam issue.
“If people with disabilities cannot publish with WordPress, then you are failing in your goal of ‘democratizing publishing’.”