Year: 2015

  • The WP-App Project

    The WP-App Project

    The WP-App Project is a free, open-source mobile app for WordPress site management. The idea is to create a customizable mobile app for WordPress site owners to manage their posts, pages, comments, media, etc. A WordPress app already exists, but this one will be much more customizable.

  • Loopconf

    Loopconf

    Location The Westin Lake Las Vegas 101 Montelago Boulevard Henderson, Nevada, 89011 Ph: 702.567.6000 Details LoopConf is the WordPress developer conference. LoopConf came about as we heard technically-minded folks talk about wanting to get together and dive deep into advanced engineering and development topics. We’ve assembled an amazing group of speakers to get this inaugural […]

  • WordPress 4.1.2 is out, update your sites

    WordPress 4.1.2 is out, update your sites

    WordPress 4.1.2 has been released, to fix critical security vulnerabilities. This comes shortly after a security issue was announced in a common WordPress function (add/remove_query_arg), which affected many plugins. All major plugins have already been patched, and no major attacks have been reported at this time. Don’t panic, just update your sites and plugins! More […]

  • Slack announces security breach

    Slack announces security breach

    Slack announced that they were hacked, and what their plans are to mitigate such attacks in the future. We were recently able to confirm that there was unauthorized access to a Slack database storing user profile information. We have since blocked this unauthorized access and made additional changes to our technical infrastructure to prevent future […]

  • Version 1.2 of the WordPress REST API is out

    Version 1.2 of the WordPress REST API is out

    From the make.wordpress.org blog: Today, I can finally announce the release of version 1.2 of the WP REST API. A short nine months after our last release we have support for Cross-Origin Resource Sharing, full request hijacking, JSON encode/decode errors, and a swarm of bug fixes. Rachel, Ryan and team plan to release version 2.0 […]

  • Andrew Nacin joins the White House Digital Service

    Andrew Nacin joins the White House Digital Service

    WordPress lead developer Andrew Nacin has worked for Matt Mullenweg’s firm Audrey Capital for several years, but he is leaving to join the White House Digital Service. The United States Digital Service is transforming how the federal government works for the American people. And we need you. A quote from Andrew: When I was approached, […]