At WordCamp US 2017, I took the stage to argue that it’s time that WordPress enables translators to add gender-variable translations, and that we can do this in a way compatible with our existing translation ecosystem. The slides: A couple of days later, during contributor day, I was joined by several amazing WordPress (and GlotPress) […]
Here’s the short talk I gave about languages written from right-to-left at WordCamp Europe 2017. I’m visibly nervous — this was the largest crowd I’ve ever presented to. The slides: While the slides make it clear that I go from talking about rtl.css — the file, used in WordPress themes, to RTLCSS — the node […]
Yesterday I helped someone write their first WordPress core bug report, and then someone else write their first patch to fix that bug. It happened after I saw a thread in a Facebook group about an issue with WordPress 3.8. Turns out this was a bug I was responsible for (doh!), but instead of just […]
Really. I had a blog in Hebrew – and it got stale to the point I just closed it. This blog doesn’t get updated very often either. And yet – I’m trying again. This time, it’s all about WordPress, in Hebrew. And not only that, I’ve committed to a post a day.
I’m doing a short talk about right to left language support in WordPress themes and plugins this Saturday, at WordCamp SF 2010. See you there!
For the past few weeks I’ve had the chance to get to know a wonderful company and an amazing team, which I’m really excited to join. So, with a blink to my previous job (thanks Blink), I’m truly happy to write that today is my first official day as an Automattician!
Finally, a free mobile app for WordPress that works on my E71. This post is written with Wordmobi a great and full featured WordPress client and editor. It even snaps pics and includes them directly into your posts. Posted by Wordmobi