by andrea

Breaking news from WordCamp SF

I’m following along the live-blogging and tweeting, and in Matt’s state of the word address, he announced that WordPress.org and WPMU will be merging. When? No idea, but apparently he also stated “watch out for version 3.0”.

by andrea

Localization

So you want WordPressMU in a specific language? The process is pretty much the same as in single WordPress. You’ll need a translation file in your specific language. Most of these have been created already and are on that page. Please feel free to add links to specific WPMU-based translation files in the comments for…

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by Ron

WPMU 2.8 dev

Note: This is for developer testing only. Do not put it on a live install. Donncha has finished rolling in the WP 2.8 code. He’s also looking for folks to test an object cache plugin. You can download the dev/test version of MU here. Thanks D.

by andrea

Installing WPMU locally on MAMP

Want to install WordPressMU locally on your Mac? Nettuts has a tut, naturally. I don’t have a mac, sadly.

by andrea

How to move WordPressMU

Kristarella has a great post on How to move wordpressmu.

by andrea

Another way to stop spam blogs

D’Arcy Norman has figured out a quick htaccess method to stop those sploggers from doing their automated signups. Head on over to his blog for the details.

by Ron

Rock stars

A hat tip to both Illutic & Kim who nominated both Andrea & I (Ron) as WordPress Rockstars. Donncha is also on the roster. WordPress Rockstars has a rating system in place and you can give give each of us a rating. Stats on the rating results are on the main page.

by andrea

BuddyPress Themes & skinning

(Editor’s note: this was published in May, 2009 and the BuddyPress Theme structure has changed since it was written. As of November 2009, Free BuddyPress Themes is under new ownership and has a whole new pile of themes. Check it out Free BuddyPress Themes. Or if you’re interested in a paid theme, check out the…

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by Ron

Login Widget

I wrote the original login widget 2-3 years ago. The reason I wrote it was that quite a few of our bloggers on homeschool journal had/have their comments set to user must be logged in to comment. The default flow for a commenter (using the default links) in that situation is Click the login link…

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by andrea

Picking the right web host

In today’s post, I go over the types of hosting available and break them down so you can make the right choice for you and your setup. Before we get into the nitty-gritty, the biggest point I want to make is make sure you get a Linux-based hosting package. WPMU runs under Apache and it…

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