WordPress News Digest for Saturday, September 13, 2014

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Designing For Soulful & Savvy Business Owners

By / — This post is part of our Customer Spotlight series. If you have an interesting story to tell and would like to share your experience with WordPress and Elegant Themes on our blog, please contact us! My name is Kayla Rose and I am… More →

Easier Dev Practices For Everyone

By / — Comments are closed on this post. Rather than posting a comment, submit a few dev practices.I don’t talk about this much on this particular blog because it’s outside the scope of the usual content on which I try to focus,… More →

For Posterity

By / — One last look at my office before the packing begins in earnest today. This has been my office since 2008, though it’s changed many times over the years. Working on my flash talk will be the last bit of work… More →

Minimum Viable Civilization

By / — We’ve talked about the Fermi Paradox here and here before, my long-time friend David Galbraith, ever the architect, tackles the Fermi Paradox from the point of view of the natural limits of communication in Minimum & Maximum Viable Civilizations. More →

Tweet Archived WordPress Posts and Boost Traffic to Your Site

By / — We have published a helluva lot of posts on the WPMU DEV, more than 4000 in fact. With a daily post schedule, we are constantly coming up with new articles to write about to help you, our dear readers, make… More →

We have a situation for pl PL Polish…

By / — We have a situation for pl_PL (Polish). It seems that for a couple of hours (around 1:30 to 3:30 GMT 12. Sept.) the translation files were messed up. If WP auto-downloaded them during this time, the main translation admin-pl_PL.po (and… More →

WordCamp Miami 2015: Call For Organizers And Designers

By / — WordCamp Miami 2014 was not only the largest WordCamp in South Florida, but also was one of the biggest WordCamps of the year in the United States. We had 770+ people attend over the course of three days. We had… More →