Episode 21: WordCamp, an official plug-in directory and Charles’ troubles with upgrades
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||Mindless Banter: David is still recovering from his cold and Charles missed SXSW.
||News: WordCamp scheduled for July 21st and 22nd.
||News: WordPress now has an official plug-in directory.
||News: How to get your OpenID URL account to work on WordPress.com blogs.
||News: WordPress.com adds slideshows and maps.
||News: Add WordPress Wednesdays to your must-read lists.
||News: Mark Jaquith is getting married!
||Plug-In: InstantUpgrade v0.1 mostly worked as advertised, but read the instructions carefully!
||Plug-In: Database Backup v1.7 backs up your database, except it failed to backup mine, but that wasn’t its fault.
||Plug-In: Enhanced Plug-In Manager v1.1 supposedly deactivates all your plug-ins in one fell swoop, but I couldn’t get it to work.
||Plug-In: Visualize Advanced Features v0.03 adds an icon to the end of the default editor bar that brings up the advanced featured editor bar when clicked.
||Theme: Blogging Pro’s theme has been released in three different flavors: one requiring certain plug-ins, one requiring no plug-ins and one supporting widgets.
||Feedback: Jeremy Visser suggests the WordPress 2.0 branch is being updated because of its in Debian Etch, the next stable release of Debian, which requires a commitment for security updates.
||Feedback: Toni Schneider informs us that the KnowNow WordPress Enterprise Edition is being used in Fortune 1000 companies such as AMD, First Republic, HP, Sun, Union Bank, and Wells Fargo.
||Feedback: Both Lloyd Budd and Byrne Reese weighed in on OpenID as well as the new Blogger importer.
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