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Checking out WordPress 3.5 from SVN to test a possible regression.

Yes, my life is that exciting. Don’t be jealous.

Checking out WordPress 3.5 from SVN to test a possible regression.

Yes, my life is that exciting. Don’t be jealous.

Do users care about your latest news? →

Given a choice, in most situations I would opt for a blog over a traditional news section. That blog should be aimed at existing customers and have a focus on providing excellent customer support, while building a sense of customer loyalty.

This is what we’re doing in the next iteration of the Crowd Favorite website. I’ve resisted a company blog for about 10 years now, but the way we’re approaching it now makes sense to me.

One last smoke test before releasing Social 2.9. Please hit me with a reply or RT to help me test.

One last smoke test before releasing Social 2.9. Please hit me with a reply or RT (twitter) / Like or comment (facebook) to help me test.

Twitter Tools 3.0 is ready for final testing! Download 3.0rc1 to try it out: https://t.co/Mqh7DueD

Big WordPress “Slash Sanity” Patch Unit Tests – complete and ready for testing. http://t.co/hXIIUVCa

Big “Slash Sanity” Patch Unit Tests

I was able to finish up1 the unit tests to cover the various “slashing” scenarios that my big patch is intended to address and commit those last night. With these in place, I’m hopeful the patch will be able to land for 3.5. Thanks in advance to anyone who is able to apply the patch…

Popularity Contest

Popularity Contest was a little stat tracking plugin for WordPress. It was originally written for a plugin contest, and end-of-lifed in 2012.

RIP: Popularity Contest

As previously noted Popularity Contest had a good run but is no longer recommended. As such, I’ve gone ahead and disabled the default version in the plugin repository on WordPress.org, with an explanatory note. This post is part of the thread: Content Presentation – an ongoing story on this site. View the thread timeline for…