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WordPress: Past, Present and Future

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Keynote address by Jane Wells of WordPress/Automattic at WordCamp Ireland on March 6, 2010.

Keynote address by Jane Wells of WordPress/Automattic at WordCamp Ireland on March 6, 2010.

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  • 1. WordPress Past, Present, Future Jane Wells WordCamp Ireland March 6, 2010
  • 2. Jane Wells, WordPress | Automattic Master of Suggestion/Cat Herder t: @janeforshort e: jane@automattic.com w: http://jane.wordpress.com
  • 3. Features
  • 4. Past: Kubrick • Rounded corners! • Sidebar widgets • Custom header • Blue!
  • 5. Present: Twenty Ten • Custom header • Theme options • Custom background • Threaded comments • Multiple widget areas • i18n • Cascading menus • RTL support • Sticky posts • Editor styling
  • 6. Past: Custom Fields
  • 7. Present: Custom Post Types + Custom Taxonomies • Custom content types • Ex: Products, Listings Custom post types + taxonomies = CMS
  • 8. Past: Separate Codebases WordPress vs. WordPress MU
  • 9. Present: The Merge WP + MU = WordPress 3.0
  • 10. Past: Page Order You use a plugin to get around this, don’t you? I know I do. <<<
  • 11. Present: Custom Menus • Based on Woo Custom Nav • Re-order items • Mix pages, categories, links • Multiple menus • Exclude items • Hierarchical menus
  • 12. Past: Bug Fixes WordPress 0.71 “Over twenty bugs have been smitten from the code.”
  • 13. Present: Bug Fixes WordPress 3.0-alpha 283 bugs resolved, 312 to go
  • 14. Contributors
  • 15. Committing Developer + Lead Developer Committing Developer Lead Developer Committing Developer Lead Developer Committing Developer Lead Developer Committing Developer Lead Developer Committing Developer + Forum Moderator + Core Contributor Forum Moderator Core Contributor Forum Moderator Core Contributor Forum Moderator Core Contributor Forum Moderator Core Contributor Core Contributor = WordPress Design Contributor + Design Contributor Beta Tester Design Contributor Beta Tester Design Contributor Design Contributor + Beta Tester Beta Tester Beta Tester Beta Tester Core Contributor Beta Tester Beta Tester Beta Tester Core Contributor Core Contributor (not just n contributors) + Core Contributor Core Contributor Core Contributor Core Contributor Core Contributor Core Contributor Core Contributor Core Contributor Core Contributor Core Contributor + Core Contributor Core Contributor + Core Contributor Beta Tester Core Contributor Beta Tester Core Contributor Beta Tester Beta Tester Beta Tester Codex Contributor + Forum Moderator Codex Contributor + Forum Moderator Codex Contributor Forum Moderator Codex Contributor Forum Moderator Codex Contributor Forum Moderator Codex Contributor Codex Contributor
  • 16. Get Involved: Developers http://wordpress.org/development http://wpdevel.wordpress.com irc.freenode.net #wordpress-dev wp-hackers mailing list
  • 17. Get Involved: Designers http://wordpress.org/development http://make.wordpress.org/ui irc.freenode.net #wordpress-ui wp-ui mailing list
  • 18. Questions? @janeforshort jane@wordpress.org http://jane.wordpress.com