WordPress NYC: Enterprise Features for Small Businesses Running WordPress

Earlier this week, the WordPress NYC Meetup group hosted me at their space inside the Microsoft Technology Center. I was there to present some of my recent work on “Enterprise Features for Small Businesses Running WordPress.” I had a lot of fun and really appreciated the opportunity to showcase three projects I’ve been working on […]

BYOC: Your Blog, Your Way

For bloggers who really want to own their own content, Bring Your Own Content (BYOC) is a free toolkit for creating and managing content on one or more free web hosting providers simultaneously using a single, familiar dashboard. https://github.com/meitar/byoc/#readme You might have read about BYOC on LifeHacker some time ago. This is the first reproducible […]

Introducing “Subresource Integrity (SRI) Manager” for WordPress

Subresource Integrity (SRI) is a proposed W3C standard that Web developers can make use of to protect their websites from being used in JavaScript-based DDoS attacks, such as the one recently suffered by GitHub.com. It’s not yet widely supported by browsers but is harmless to add to your pages for browsers that don’t support it. […]

Diasposter is a WordPress-to-Diaspora crossposting plugin that looks so natural no one knows that you aren’t just posting from D*

I’ve written a new WordPress plugin called Diasposter that has some additional features which go beyond most other WordPress-to-Diaspora crossposting plugins. With Diasposter, you can: choose an aspect to share with, retract (remove) posts from Diaspora when they are deleted from your WordPress blog completely customize or omit the footer of your Diaspora post crosspost […]

WP-Oomph: Add the Oomph Microformat Overlay to your WordPress blog

I’ve just developed a completely idiotic (by which I mean brain-dead simple) plugin for WordPress that will add the Oomph Microformat Toolkit to all WordPress-generated pages. If you use a WordPress template that encodes your data with valid microformats anywhere on your page, this means when you install the plugin your users will see the […]