Our WP RSS Aggregator plugin is growing at a steady pace and has exceeded the 300,000 all-time downloads mark. What this means is that we’re also getting more requests for some fine tuning here and there, as well as help with certain custom setups for our premium add-ons. While our support team is doing a great job in providing useful and continuous support to our customers, these custom jobs can take up a lot of time that our small team currently doesn’t have to offer. So if you’ve worked with WP RSS Aggregator before or are simply familiar with the way it works, we’d love to hear from you and possibly feature your services on our website to have you help out these customers where needed.
This year I’m making a conscious effort to attend more events outside of the WordPress circuit, and MicroConf Europe is the one conference that I’m most excited to be attending.
Our WP RSS Aggregator plugin has surpassed an incredible 300,000 all-time downloads, and we’re all very excited about what the future holds for us! Starting out as a simple plugin created by Jean himself for personal use, this plugin quickly got the public’s attention and continually evolved into the core plugin and string of add-ons it is today.
This year the 3rd edition of WordCamp Europe was held in Seville, Spain. Like the previous editions, it was a big event with around a 1,000 attendees and overall very well run thanks to a great team of organisers and volunteers.
The dates for Pressnomics 4 have just been announced.
The well-known conference that centers around the business of WordPress will be held on the 3rd and 4th of March 2016 in Phoenix.
Since 2005 WordPress.org has had a Recommended Hosting Page dedicated to this process of choosing the best host for you, but it hasn’t done a good job at all. In fact, many have complained about it for years and years with no changes ever being made. This is finally no longer true, as WordPress.org are putting the Recommended Hosting page through a complete overhaul.