Dale Reardon: My Experience Building and Operating an online community and social media platform on WordPress

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  1. peepsocom

    The performance issues Dale is referring to in this video were already addressed and we’re moving away from ajax notification checking (it’ll still be available as fallback) and into SSE – Server Sent Events. See more on the topic here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGN6_u2_LRY

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November 26, 2018

Dale, a qualified lawyer (but he asked us not to hold that against him) is joining us from Tasmania to share with us how he’s created an online social community for the disability sector – My Disability Matters, using many of the familiar tools such as BuddyPress, Peepso, WooCommerce, and many others. He’ll cover many of the learnings based around the scaling and performance ability of different plugins and hosting. Discussion of our experience and tips for others building their community on WordPress.

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WordCamp Brisbane 2018 26

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Community 222
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