One of my favorite things about WordPress is its community. The community is welcoming, self-regulating, and massive. But it isn’t the only community that I am a part of. I have community at work, at church and across the nation. All of these communities are ones that I invest different levels of time and energy […]
I remember it well. We were attempting to migrate an enormous multisite installation of WordPress that another company had built and we had finished after they ran into scope issues. It wasn’t going well.
I got there early. I’m not talking like 5 minutes early so I could find a good seat. I’m talking like 20 minutes early where the speaker hadn’t even shown up yet and I was the only person in the room for 5-10 minutes.