Today we’re announcing an all-new P2 beta as a standalone product, powered by http://WordPress.com. We’re excited to have you try it out: https://wordpress.com/blog/2020/08/06/improve-your-remote-collaboration-with-p2/
Hey Pressto! Conference 2020 – A WordPress and ClassicPress conference which happens only on Twitter #HeyPresstoConf20 organised by Phil Barker (@philbarker) and Pat Lockley (@pgogy).
It seems to follow on from the 2020 PressEdConf Conference ( I took part in the 2018 one)
Plenty of interesting ideas, for example, the strong mention of classic WordPress and the Environmental Policy.
A while back I wondered about participating in PressEd using a blog and bridgy that might be an interesting way to take IndieWeb ideas to Hey Pressto.
10 years ago today I had my First couple of days with an iPad. Found via one of my favourite WordPress plugins @cogdog’s wp-posted-today. A reminder of who my blog is for, me. Mining old thoughts is fascinating.
Finally got my ticket for WordCamp Glasgow. There are not many left. Looking forward to going along on Saturday 8 February.
A nice example of what Gutenberg can do. I am not using it here, the old editor suits me and supports all of the IndieWeb plugins. It will answer some of the requests we have on Glow Blogs when it arrive there.
Martin outlines how he put together a site for a open ended group to collate links and information from the web. A really interesting list of plugins and how they are used. I’d not heard of scoop.it.
This was a fascinating podcast. Matt Mullenweg had spoken of an ambition to get WordPress to 80% of the web. Heinemeier Hansson took him to task on twitter and they ended up in a podcast.
An example of civil discussion and disagreement on the internet. Moving off twitter to a better medium.
Although they did not resolve the central concern they touched on many points around control and ownership on the web.
It gave me a little insight into the scale of the web. Left me feeling pretty naive.
A few mentions of capitalism had me wondering what a socialist web would look like?
I realised I had the same itch! I think the custom google search would do the trick. But I though it might be better to have something built in to WordPress. I found Search WordPress by Custom Fields without a Plugin | Adam Balée Designs, LLC. This requires you edit a functions.php file. I’ve already got one in my child theme so added the code there. It works.