Yeehaw, it's another blog! I'll try and stick to topics relating to WordPress and Automattic, Inc. Of course, nothing here is edited or approved by Automattic or any other entity. These are my views. Your mileage may vary.
Inspired by the new and sublimely useful WP Roadmap, here is a high-level diagram of WordPress in three sizes: 512, 1024, 2048. Made with OmniGraffle Professional.
First Day, Nearly 300 Visitors! | WP Roadmap and Chris Jean are discussing. Toggle Comments
Thanks for the post about my new project. Word is spreading a little faster than I expected, and the site is nowhere ready to shine. Hopefully that can be fixed up quickly with a fresh look and more robust coding and features.
You beat me to the punch on the images. :)
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