Matt Mullenweg: State of the Word 2012

24 responses on “Matt Mullenweg: State of the Word 2012

  1. Cat Forsley

    YAY MATT !

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  2. Andrei O.

    Great achievements Matt … I can’t wait for the twenty twelve ;)

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  3. talkkindnesstome

    This is exactly why I need to, want to, am going to find a way to really LEARN WordpPress. I will be able to grow with it while it becomes even more phenomenal. I’m not a developer, designer, or power user. Somewhere out there is a resource to help me through the maze so 2013 is when I will have expertise – and that’s not all that far away. How hard can it be?

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  4. Japh

    It was fantastic to be there and hear how well WordPress and the community is doing, and what the direction is from here. Glad to be a part of it :)

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  5. mfgmk

    Panels interface is HUGE (21:50)! Can’t wait to try it out =)

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  6. AskKim

    A fantastic overview of where we as a community stand. Definitely excited about some of the upcoming goals for the project!
    Kim

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  7. BlogKing

    I second the motion for better plugin compatibility testing among plugins and with WordPress itself. Thats the biggest impediment to auto updating for me.

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  8. Cátia Kitahara

    Hi,
    First of all, I want to thank Matt for featuring me and my colleagues. Thank you very much.
    Secondly, I need to correct the info about the third example of WordPress and maps. I wasn\’t the author of it, it was a friend of mine called Miguel Peixe. We at Hacklab developed the plugin on which the site is running. He used the plugin and customized its theme :)

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  9. Laura Scroggins

    Loved it! As always you are inspirational. Thanks Matt

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  10. bentrem

    Fabulous. Really.

    p.s. Was surprised / pleased to hear you talk about RealTime Editing. Yes, GDocs is amaze-balls cool. Or hey, editing comments in G+ works too!
    DAV … distributed authoring and versioning … been kicking that stuff around for over 2 decades.

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  11. BobWP

    Yep, this was good as always… and as soon as it’s available, keep an eye on the WordCamp Portland site and when they have their videos up. Matt did a Townhall Q&A yesterday, and I watched it via livestreamed. It was great. He is truly one of the best when it comes to “on the spot” Q&As.

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  12. bftrick

    I really liked the discussion about this years WordPress survey. I also love the idea for auto updates.

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  13. enzidesign

    Loved it! Thanks Matt

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  14. Ann Marie Gill (@CascadeVDesigns)

    Listening to the “WORD” gets me so excited every year. Just when I think I cannot love WordPress anymore! Thanks for asking and listening to us through the survey.

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  15. Ashlee Anderson

    Loved the video and am excited to hear about the survey and the auto updates.

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  16. Kaibo2.0 the WordPress Tutor

    Now I really need to focus on WordPress after watching Matt’s encouraging message. Yes, 99% of my clients’ websites use WordPress, and I was thinking of picking up a bit Joomla. Now I would give all my time to WordPress, which has helped me to get over 90% of my income.

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August 6, 2012

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