In this edition of WordPress Weekly, we have a fireside chat with Jonathan Davis, lead developer of the Shopp e-commerce plugin. We discuss what it’s like to run a business around open source software, marketing, customer service, the technicalities of the plugin and much more. If you’re a plugin author thinking about going the commercial route, this is definitely the episode for you.
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This episode of WordPress Weekly is sponsored by WebDevStudios.com. WebDevStudios would like to announce the launch of their new project, WPClassroom.com! WPClassroom.com is dedicated to providing high quality professional WordPress training using the most powerful online training software powered by Cisco WebEx. Reserve your seat today at WPClassroom.com! By the way, use the coupon code wptavern when signing up and that will take off $5.00 on the first class on September 9th.
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Last weeks poll question was: Which Theme Company Has The Best Word Of Mouth?
Out of a total of 155 votes, WooThemes had 104 votes, Spectacu.la had 21 votes and StudioPress 11 votes, Press75 6 votes, ThemeHybrid 5 votes, iThemes 4 votes, Gorilla Themes 2 votes, Themes By Jestro 2 votes.
This Weeks Poll Question Is: Do You Think WordPress Is Secure?
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October 31st, 2005. What is the exact number of spams caught at that time by Akismet according to the Live Spam Zeitgeist.
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Who was the very first WordPress.com VIP member?
Next weeks episode of WordPress Weekly will be a round table centered around the topic of WordPress security.
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Next Episode: Tuesday September 15th, 2009 8P.M. EST
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Length Of Episode: 57 Minutes
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