‘repository’ Videos

  • Mizanur Rahaman Mizan: Contributing to the WordPress Repository in a Smart Way

    WordCamp Pokhara 2018Speaker: Mizanur Rahaman Mizan

    December 12, 2018 — WordPress is world’s most popular Content Management System and it has a market share of over 25% of the World’s website. WordPress.Org community is by far the best in the web industry. WordPress.Org repository is maintained voluntarily by the contributors around the world. So, sometimes it is quite difficult to sync everything together. WordPress.Org item submission needs some extra care. In this talk, I would like to share a guided walk through how to submit an item to the WordPress repository so that it doesn’t stick a long time for reviewing and when it is reviewed it will be live with less or no effort. I will mention the most common mistakes done by the submitted both in theme and plugin repository. I will also encourage the developer to join the review team in order to shorten the waiting period of time. Reviewing is fun and educational. We learn a lot by reviewing others code and analyzing them will help us to grow also. I will also cover the basics and common issues that a reviewer should know. How do I know the most common mistakes? I have submitted my items without any prior repository knowledge. I got plenty of rejection and educative explanation from the reviewer which helped me to learn things. Some of them are so silly that I now laugh at myself. And I thought I am the only one doing those. But as I am reviewing items now, I have seen that those are commons. So I can definitely give a good talk on it which might help the community.

  • Björn Wijers: The Benefits Of Your Own Internal WordPress.org Like Repository

    WordCamp Nederland 2016Speaker: Björn Wijers

    November 1, 2016 — In this talk Björn will talk about:

    The pro and cons of having your own WordPress.org like repository for your organisation and to create one yourself.

    How to setup an internal WordPress repository for clients using github-updater, Git, Atlassian’s Bitbucket Server (I might add other options as well).

    After seeing this talk you should have gotten an idea on why and how to setup your own internal WordPress.org like repository!

  • Hidekazu Ishikawa: WordPress公式ディレクトリにテーマを登録しよう- 公式テーマ登録におけるマネタイズの考察 –

    WordCamp Tokyo 2015Speaker: Hidekazu Ishikawa

    January 19, 2016 — WordPressの公式ディレクトリには素晴らしいテーマやプラグインが非常にたくさん登録されていて、私達はそれらを無料で利用する事が出来ます。そうした開発者達はなぜ無料で公開しているのでしょうか?

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  • Alex Ruaux: There’s A Plugin For That

    WordCamp Montréal 2014Speaker: Alex Ruaux

    May 25, 2015 — Plugins are what make WordPress extra-awesome and enable you to make your website do pretty much anything you want it to. Need to add collapsible sections to a page or make your gallery images circular? There’s a plugin for that! How about making your widget titles into links, or duplicating pages at the click of a mouse? Yep, plugins can help you do that too. Whether you’re just getting started with WordPress or use it everyday, there are over 30,000 plugins to choose from and finding the right one for the job can be tricky. We look at how to choose an appropriate plugin and I’ll introduce you to a few I just couldn’t live without.

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  • Mahadev Subedi: How You Can Secure Your WordPress Site Against Hackers

    WordCamp Nepal 2014Speaker: Mahadev Subedi

    March 20, 2015 — How you can secure your WordPress site against hackers

  • Craig Ralston: Introduction to Plugin Development

    WordCamp NYC 2014Speaker: Craig Ralston

    November 17, 2014 — Developing your first plugin can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. This presentation assists beginner to intermediate developers in understanding the basics of plugin development by walking through a basic plugin step by step. It goes over hooks, how important they are, how they are used, and what hooks are available to you in WordPress core as well as some good practices to keep your plugin sharp.