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After the meetup I got ahold of the guys who did wp status dashboard. They are relaunching it here: http://mindcork.com/wp-status-dashboard/
0 · April 15, 2011
Lot's of brains to pick. Also, checkout http://codecanyon.scheetzdesigns.com/wpstatus/documentation/ if you're running multiple wordpress sites. (Thanks to Andrew Shell for that one.)
0 · April 13, 2011
Hey Andrew... Thanks. I just uploaded a bunch of checklists and hints and such. They can all be found in the codex, but having them in front of you is easier for some folks so I figured why not share.
Now, anyone know how to integrate paypal with WP?
0 · April 12, 2011
Hi, Chris - There's a section to upload files under the "more" menu item. (If you don't see it, then shoot the files to me via email, or post links in the "Discussions" message board. :-)
Have a call about a project, but should be able to make it.
Is there any way to post files to this board? Have some WP resources I'd pass, otherwise will try to track down the links.
Absolutely. I'm going to shoot you a PM with a few questions.
0 · April 7, 2011
I think that would be worth a shot. Want to suggest a meetup later this month to talk about non-technical topics?
Yeah, if people are interested.
I'm actually really interested in meeting regularly with a group of people to talk about blogging strategies from a non-technical side. (A little technical is OK in terms of basic platform choices, etc.) I wonder if there might be value in starting a separate meet-up for that. Or holding additional meet-ups of this group with alternate topic focuses.
Although... I would assume there is room for those topics too?
K, that's the impression I got, just wondering. Thanks for the info.
I'd say more on the technical side. Not necessarily just about development, but also about theming, and selecting plugins.
Hi Andrew ? Is this meetup usually more of a technical discussion of Wordpress development, or also a forum to talk about blogging strategies in general (content, promotion, etc.)?
I'd rather start straight from work too... (the delay actually makes me less likely to go) but I don't have dogs or kids, so that's no wonder. It might not hurt to ask the people who currently attend though...?
We haven't discussed it at this group, but from years of running the PHP Meetup Group I've found that people have a hard time coming to the meetup right from work. Either they can't leave right away at 5 or they have to run home to take out dogs or they have to pick up kids from daycare or something. Usually the extra padding helps.
This looks great! Just curious-- have you discussed meeting at the end of the business day, like 6pm? I'm wondering if it would be more convenient for people to come straight from work, rather than going home and coming back out to the meeting? Thanks again for sponsoring the meeting.
Last month we had 6-7 people show up which was pretty good. It's a good mix of skill levels.
Hope you have a good meetup. Are you getting traction???
0 · April 6, 2011
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