In this episode, Josepha Haden Chomphosy talks about WordPress – In Person! The WordPress events that provide the dark matter of connection that helps sustain the open source project.
Matt Mullenweg is the co-founder and CEO of Automattic, the company on top of the open-source project WordPress that Matt helped start. Today, WordPress powers 40% of all the websites in the world. Our wide-ranging conversation covers the state of the internet when Matt first started WordPress, the symbiotic relationship between open source and proprietary projects, and how the most successful companies are really master world builders.
In this episode, Josepha is joined by the co-founder and project lead of WordPress, Matt Mullenweg. Tune in to hear Matt and Josepha discuss the relaunch of CC Search (Openverse) in WordPress and the facets of the open source ecosystem.
We chat with Josepha Haden Chomphosy, Executive Director at Automattic and team lead of the Open Source Division for WordPress
Daniel and Manton react to Swift’s open-sourcing, and the extent to which it adds momentum to the language and increases its appeal. They also discuss the open-sourcing of Microsoft’s MarsEdit-esque blog editor, Windows Live Writer.
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Swift.org – Apple’s new home-page for the Swift open-source project.
WebKit.org – Another example of a major open source project from Apple.
Swift-Evolution – Apple’s project dedicated to mapping the future of Swift.
IBM Swift Sandbox – Interactive Swift compiler web page from IBM.
Perfect – Swift-based web server project.
Lasso – Old-school software from Perfect developer Kyle Jessup.
Ecto – The once-powerful competitor to MarsEdit.
OpenLiveWriter – Open-source blog editor based on Microsoft’s Windows Live Writer.
WordPress 4.4 – The latest open-source version of WordPress, code-named “Clifford.”
WordPress.com REST API – Server-side API against which Calypso is built.
WP REST API – Open-source API being gradually introduced to WordPress.org project.
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In his keynote presentation from the O'Reilly Open Source Convention, Robert Lefkowitz says, "Open source doesn't just mean access to the source code."
So begins the Open Source Definition.
What then, does access to the source code mean?
Seen through the lens of an Enterprise user, what does open source mean?
When is (or isn't) it significant?
And a catalogue of open source related arbitrage opportunities.
This week’s show is a WordPress special. We invite Andrew Nacin, from the WordPress core development team, to be our first ever guest on the show. We grill Nacin on how he got involved with WordPress, ask him what’s up and coming in WordPress 3.0 and get some top tips on how to get involved in developing for WordPress.
In many instances, WordPress prioritizes accessibility in ways that other CMS’s and open source projects do not. But that doesn’t
Aaron Douglas (@astralbodies) is an engineer at Automattic, the company behind Wordpress and the Wordpress iOS application. Saul and Aaron chat about coordinating and contributing an open source project, application architecture and Core Data.
This episode was recorded LIVE at 360idev Denver, 2014
Wordpress for iOS
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