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WordCampSF 2009: Q & A with Matt Mullenweg

May 30, 2009

Matt Mullenweg Q & A smRight off the bat, Matt was invited to speak to a group of older blog users. How could he say no?

Here he is pointing to people asking questions in the cavernous room on the SF Bay where we are all meeting. Are there 500? 750? There’s a lot of people here–almost every seat is filled. Those clustered around outlets doubly so, since most people are using one or more electronic devices. For example, I’m on my laptop and just took this photo with my iPhone, downloaded it and delivered it to you immediately. But all this takes juice!Matt Mullenweg WordCamp SF May 2009

Other tidbits: is an open source translation resource

yes it is easy to move your blog from somewhere else onto WordPress!! and other places and ways and such…

some stuff too techy for me to follow–sorry! I’m sure you can find that info elsewhere, you php junkies out there.

wow, developing a better parity between & .org–more new stuff for .com coming from .org developers!! yay!

One difference is that .org folks get access to fancy plug-ins. Matt says this is a way to test the popularity of certain plug-ins to see whether it’s useful to add them to the core platfom.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. May 30, 2009 11:56 pm

    Hope you are staying sober this time.

  2. June 8, 2009 8:12 am

    One difference is that .org folks get access to fancy plug-ins
    why not for .com?


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