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What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
What is (not) WordPress
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What is (not) WordPress

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The presentation for the talk I gave at WordCamp Bucharest.

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  • The truth is that WordPress not so important.
  • The truth is that WordPress not so important.
  • The truth is that WordPress not so important.
  • The truth is that WordPress not so important.
  • The truth is that WordPress not so important.
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    • 1. What is (or not) WordPress? Nikolay Bachiyski Bucharest, 16.09.2009
    • 2. Me • Nikolay from Bulgaria • Internationalization • Automattic • http://nikolay.bg/ • @nikolayb
    • 3. Boring stuff WordPress is:
    • 4. Boring stuff WordPress is: • Blog platform
    • 5. Boring stuff WordPress is: • Blog platform • Open-source
    • 6. Boring stuff WordPress is: • Blog platform • Open-source • Grandma, you, CNN & NYT
    • 7. Boring stuff WordPress is: • Blog platform • Open-source • Grandma, you, CNN & NYT • Community
    • 8. Boring stuff WordPress is: • Blog platform • Open-source • Grandma, you, CNN & NYT • Community • Popular
    • 9. Gentlemen, too
    • 10. Not only ladies
    • 11. Culture
    • 12. Sharing http://www.flickr.com/photos/ryanr/142455033/
    • 13. Code: GPL share your improvements
    • 14. Forums: 1,459,310
    • 15. Bugs: 10789
    • 16. Scribu hero
    • 17. WordCamps
    • 18. Not only a blog
    • 19. Not even WordPress
    • 20. MU ulti ser Photo by http://www.flickr.com/photos/blue-moose/2972220353/
    • 21. BuddyPress
    • 22. Your own hi5? Facebook, LinkedIn
    • 23. bbPress forums, WordPress style
    • 24. BackPress Photo by: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cobblucas/3271589953/
    • 25. Isn’t secure? Security is a process
    • 26. Committed, but no promises
    • 27. The only thing that I can promise will keep your blog secure today and in Matt Mullenweg http://wordpress.org/development/2009/09/keep-wordpress-secure/
    • 28. Upgrade! A click in time, saves ninety nine
    • 29. WordPress 2.9 Late 2009
    • 30. Media overhaul
    • 31. Albums 3.0
    • 32. Easier embeds YouTube, Flickr…
    • 33. Resize
    • 34. Resize
    • 35. Rotate
    • 36. te ta Ro
    • 37. Handbooks http://wordpress.org/docs/
    • 38. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> <chapter id="install"> <title>Installing WordPress</title> <sect1 id="install.sysreq"> <title>System Recommendations</title> <para>&php; (version 4.3 or newer) and &mysql;(version 4.0 or newer) are required. <application>Apache</application> <application>mod_rewrite</application> module is optional, but necessary to create clean <acronym>URI</acronym>s known as Permalinks.</para> <para>We recommend <application>Linux</application> with either the <application>Apache</application> or <application>nginx</application> web-servers as the most robust platforms for running &wp;, but any server that supports &php; and &mysql; will do. If your host doesn&rsquo;t support one of these platforms, and <application>mod_rewrite</application>, you will probably be better off switching to one of the many hosting providers that do offer those choices. It is also essential that your host allows making remote connections.</para> <para>You will need access to your site and its directory, and software to proceed with the installation. These are:</para> <itemizedlist> <listitem><para>An access to your web server (via shell or <acronym>FTP</acronym>)</para></listitem> <listitem><para>A text editor</para></listitem> <listitem><para>An <acronym>FTP</acronym> Client (if you need to install &wp; on a remote server)</para></listitem> <listitem><para>Your web browser of choice (Recommended: most recent versions of <ulink url="http:// getfirefox.com/">Firefox</ulink> or <ulink url="http://google.com/chrome">Chrome</ulink>)</para></listitem> </itemizedlist> <para>Prerequisite for Uploading Files: In order to use all the media upload tools to store media files in your &wp; installation, you will have to change the <symbol>chmod</symbol> of <filename>wp-content</filename> folder to <literal>777</literal>. If you have not changed permissions in order to write in <filename>wp-content</filename> folder, you will not be able to use the uploader. <ulink url="http://codex.wordpress.org/Using_Image_and_File_Attachments">Instructions for this</ulink> can be found in the &codex;.</para> </sect1> <sect1 id="install.five-minute"> <title>5-Minute Install</title> <para>The Famous 5-minute Install consists of the following steps:</para> <orderedlist> <listitem> <para>Download and unzip the &wp; package, if you haven&rsquo;t already.</para> </listitem> <listitem> <para>Create a database for &wp; on your web server, as well as a &mysql; user who has all privileges for accessing and modifying it.</para> </listitem>
    • 39. Branch, translate
    • 40. Beyond
    • 41. Framework Photo by: http://www.flickr.com/photos/toneray/2509037534/
    • 42. People Photo by: http://www.flickr.com/photos/seanosh/
    • 43. ?

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