Simon Dickson has been blogging about online government, politics and WordPress since 2005. Some important people read it.

 
 
Tuesday 7 August 2012

Two projects make State Of The Word

Saturday saw the annual State Of The Word address by WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg, as part of WordCamp San Francisco. Worth taking an hour out to watch it, if you've got any interest in the WordPress project.

And I'm delighted to note that not one, but two Code For The People projects got a mention during the talk: our work for the Rolling Stones, and Oxford University's Free Speech Debate (although the latter was a bit blink-and-you'll-miss-it). We'd have been delighted to see one project among Matt's hand-picked highlights of the year; having two is a bit of a shock.

The other important point to note is that WordPress 3.5 will be released on 5 December ('I 100% believe it's gonna happen'), even if it means dropping certain features. We're already starting to see signs of what's in store, including the Twenty Twelve theme, and changes to Media uploading.

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