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Episode 42 – How Could WordPress Die?

wordpressweekly1Episode 42 of WordPress Weekly which fell on the same day as Friday the 13th contained a round table discussion where we talked about the various events or circumstances that would need to take place in order for WordPress to meet its demise. Despite our belief that WordPress would soon disappear, we all agreed on the final outcome.

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WordPress Trivia Question:

Please give me the date that the WordPress.org first post was published. The date should be written in the format of month, day, and year.

Discussion Panel:

Brad Williams


Jeremy Clarke


Jacob Santos

Stories Discussed:

WordPress 2.7.1 Released

WordPress Tavern Listener Poll:

Each week from now on, I’ll be featuring a new listener poll question on WPTavern.com The poll is located in the sidebar on the right hand side of the site.

Last weeks poll question was: Should The Sandbox Theme Be The Next Default Theme In WordPress?

Out of a total of 30 votes, 47% or 14 of you voted Keep Kubric But Remove Classic Theme. 37% or 11 of you said Yes and 17% or 5 of you voted No.

This Weeks Poll Question Is: Is Friday The 13th Lucky Or Unlucky?

Plugin Picks of the Week:

JeffSupple forms – Supple Forms is a CMS plugin for WordPress that lets you easily add a custom write panel or meta box to the Write Post/Write Page screen. This plugin is different from other custom panel plugins because you can store your data either in WordPress Custom Fields, or in your custom table that it will create for your. It also provides an HTML snippet tool which allows you to insert data into pages or posts using shortcodes and without having to modify templates.

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DavidSEO Blogroll – Lets you decide which blogroll links have the nofollow attribute.

WordPress Trivia Answer:

April 6th, 2003

Brian Gardner Giveaway:

Member ID 12 was the lucky recipient of a single site license for a Revolution theme of their choosing. Member ID 12 on the WPTavern forum is ksolomon. If ksolomon doesn’t claim the prize, or refuses to accept it, I’ll use random number picking to select another winner.

Announcements:

Next Week’s WordPress Weekly episode will not air. Instead, the next episode will be on February 27th.

WPWeekly Meta:

Next Episode: Friday February 27th, 2009 8P.M. EST

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Length Of Episode: 1 Hour 30 Minutes

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