Archive for 2014

I released a number of WordPress plugins over the last 10 years ("24 plugins and 1,062,110 downloads", says my fun bookmarklet) and they all mostly fall in one of these three categories: Outdated stuff that are no longer maintained because I don't need them anymore Simple stuff that don't require any maintenance because they just […][...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2014 / 04 / 16

Twitter is fun and catchy, but the thing is: once tweeted, gone forever. Found an awesome link last month, shared it with a relevant #hashtag? Good luck finding it now. Your data now lives and dies on Twitter and you have no hand on it. Four years ago to address this problem I made yet-another-Twitter-to-WordPress […][...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2014 / 01 / 22

There's a recurring debate about WordPress and whether they should keep code compatible with PHP 5.2 or drop it and bump the requirements to a newer PHP version. Hey, I have an opinion on this. What's wrong with PHP 5.2? Nothing much, except PHP 5.2 was released in November 2006, and was maintained and developed […][...] → Read more

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Posted On: 2014 / 01 / 13

I've always had a fascination for Github timeline graphs since they released it. It's simple and pretty and potentially meaningful (and fits nicely on a geek tshirt). Yes, it may say things about you. The following is an attempt at decrypting what a few actual Github timelines say, or might say, or don't say at […][...] → Read more