This week’s round-up of WordPress news, views and reviews summarized in our daily email newsletter, The WhiP.
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As you already doubtless know, dear reader, we love our WordPress emails around here. Love ‘em!
But it’s not all about us, and today we thought we’d bring to your attention something we read every week here at WPMU DEV HQ, namely the absolutely awesome wpMail – a free weekly WordPress newsletter.
We’ve been reading wpMail religiously since it started and are huge fans of their unbiased, excellently curated, weekly round-up of all that’s good in WordPress.
We’re looking for new writers to join our blogging team.
If you know your way around WordPress and can put together well-researched and clever copy, we want to hear from you.
This is your chance to reach a massive audience, raise your profile, and establish yourself as a leading WordPress writer.
Is it just me, or does WordPress 4.0 seem more like version 3.10?
Did someone get the numbering wrong? Did we accidentally skip to 4.0?
That must be it, because I can’t think of any other reason why such a minor upgrade to WordPress is deserving of a full version number.
WordPress news sites have lauded the “exciting new features” in this release, which is now available to download and test as a beta.
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That’s awesome… Because you’re exactly the kind of person we’re looking for.
If you’re serious about WordPress design and development, you’ve got to keep on top of all the latest news and core developments, while also finding the time to, you know, actually make stuff.
Who’s got the time to scroll through Twitter all day or refresh reddit? We don’t, so we launched The WhiP.
Our new daily email newsletter is packed with WordPress news and gossip, must-reads, tutorials and how-tos, as well as other random awesomeness from across the tech world.
A free version of our popular Appointments + plugin is now available in the WordPress Plugin Repository.
Appointments lets you to accept, set and manage bookings on your WordPress site. Control your appointments all from the one place without forgetting or losing valuable bookings when switching between different calendar systems. Flexible and easy to set up, Appointments does it all.
We’re pleased as punch to announce a brand spanking new plugin: Multisite Theme Manager.
Multisite Theme Manager lets you control and customize your users’ theme viewing experience. Give your themes striking feature images, change names and edit descriptions. And when you’re done, export your settings for use on other networks.
Head over to our plugins page to download Multisite Theme Manager.