UPDATE 4 (oct 18): an interesting post-WCEU article from Caspar Hübinger (MarketPress). UPDATE 3 (oct 7): a good article here. Added Stella and Multilingual Press. Babble went from alpha to beta and has now a website. UPDATE 2: found an interesting overview of plugins here: http://comparewp.org/ UPDATE: notes from the March 27 2013 meetup have…Read more "Managing multilanguage WordPress sites"
Designing the LGM 2013 Fieldnotes book
A fieldnotes book designed for the Libre Graphics Meeting, a four-day conference at Medialab Prado, Madrid. March 2013.Read more "Designing the LGM 2013 Fieldnotes book"
Lessons from the Libre Type Workshop
In this post, I am trying to formalize a few practical lessons from the Libre Type workshop, which I gave in February 2013 at HEAD in Geneva. Globally, the group dynamic worked great, I believe this was the most successful workshop I have been running so far. Here are some raw notes about things that…Read more "Lessons from the Libre Type Workshop"
First WP Developer Meetup in Geneva
A couple of pics from the first WordPress Developer Meetup in Geneva. Speakers included Gilles Vauvarin, Friedhelm Weinberg, Nicolas Godel, and myself. This Meetup was dedicated to plugins, the idea was to do 4-min Lightning Talks and present our favorite plugins. Here is a list of what we covered: Gilles: WordPress Database Reset, Duplicate Post…Read more "First WP Developer Meetup in Geneva"
A short conversation about time
Welcome to part 2/10 of the #back2blog series. I spent some hours yesterday getting familiar with the microdata specification (and most importantly, which specification to follow), in order to inject semantic “Event”, “Person” and “CreativeWork” data into some under-production web projects. While reading through Google’s Rich snippets tutorials, I noticed that the links to the…Read more "A short conversation about time"
In praise of RSS
Ten minutes ago, I read about the #back2blog challenge being launched today by @stephtara. So here’s a quick and dirty post, summarizing some thoughts about one of the webs most underrated standards: Rich Site Summary, aka Really Simple Syndication, aka RSS. Years ago, I wrote my first RSS feed, manually in a text editor, in…Read more "In praise of RSS"