Here is the final schedule of enhancing profiles.wordpress.org during GSoC 2013…
Here is my proposal to enhance profiles.wordpress.org during GSoC 2013…
About 2.5 months ago, I created a minimalist, clean child theme for the Twenty Twelve theme, called Code Red. Although I used it for a day or two on my blog, I reverted back to WP-Svbtle.
Today I found some time to revise it and created a monochromatic theme with a different set of fonts and pretty much the same layout. In other words, the theme you are looking at right now.
Seeing that many people are actually interested in both HTML5 File API and Node.js, decided to write a simple file uploader application as many of the examples out there are not clear enough for beginners. Hope this helps!
Update: It now supports AWS S3!
I just released WordPress Move 1.3.2. This release fixes only a single bug which was causing data losses during the migration. If you were experiencing problems with other plugins after the migration, probably this bug was the cause of it.
Changelog for 1.3.2
- Fixed the bug causing problems with other plugins such as Gravity Forms.
2 years ago, I was fortunate enough to join a team of three during the establishment phase of an online newspaper. It was not going to be a yet-another-online-newspaper, it was going to be an online newspaper, prepared by the students of our university. After being a part of that project for 2 years, lately I decided to resign from both of my duties: Administrative Coordinator and Director of Online Operations. I had been the Administrative Coordinator for 40 days and had been the Director of Online Operations for 2 years. These are the things I learned in the meantime.
As a web developer who frequently does front-end designs for web sites and applications, I believe it is one of my duties to learn how to design an interface that makes users’ lives easier. I know that I’m not the only one. In fact, I see people are becoming more and more interested in designing better, more functional user interfaces. I’m not going to sit down and write a long post about user experience best practices but I just want share my 2 cents regarding a very simple issue that most developers don’t seem to care.