Episode 14: Your feedback on the Mullenweg interview, ways to customize your blog and more
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||Automattic, Inc. CEO Toni Schneider responds to David’s comments on KnowNow WordPress Enterprise Edition and WordPress.com‘s ban on PayPerPost posts.
||Paul Gowder explains in further detail what LDAP is really all about.
||Rubin Kaplan (AKA LobsterMan) explains how Automattic, Inc. can sell WordPress Âµ as Open Source Software under a GPL.
||Jeremy Bloom agrees with Rubin, again comparing WordPress to Red Hat Linux.
||SeÃ²ras reminds us that one of the many excellent tutorials found at Podz‘s WordPress @ T2 site deals with Webserver On a Stick (WOS).
||Jorge Vargas compliments us on the podcast.
||Ad likes having David as a co-host.
||Wither Gravatar? Rouge testing message splashed across gravatars… Charles previews an interview with Gravatar creator Tom Werner (next episode) and misleads Jason Van Orden to the Gravatar plug-in where he is unable to register a new one, and David offers Davatar as an alternative alternative
||David again balks at WordPress.com charging for optional features, this time for more disk space.
||WordPress for Dummies close to being published.
||Plug-in: WP Tiger Administration 3.0 – Modifies the WordPress Administration panels using only CSS to make it more visually appealing.
||Plug-in: Themed Login – allows you to incorporate the Login, Registration, and Forgot Password porms into your current theme.
||Plug-in: Custom Admin Menu – Change the order of all of your administration menus to whatever you like, change the label of any menu item, create as many nested sub-menus as you want and more…
||Plug-in: Disclosure Policy – disclose financial, copyright and other relationships/disclosures on your WordPress blog.
||Plug-in: Title Override – defines alternative titles for pages only.
||Plug-in: TDO Mini Forms – allows unregistered users to submit draft posts to your blog until they can be posted by an administrator.
||We preview next week’s interview with Tom Werner, the guy behind Gravatar on the future of the service and what features we can expect in 2.0, also next week an interview with Jaimie Sirovich of SEO Egghead and co-author of Professional Search Engine Optimization with PHP, and the last day of 2006 we’ll have our year-end episode to mull over your survey compliments, suggestions and criticisms.
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