I really recommend reading the Justin Tadlock article on GPL and open source as a lot of people still are confused on what that licensing means.
Although I’ve been working behind the scenes testing feeds and designs for a WordPress news aggregation site, it is not a means to replace original site’s an their content. It is a way to introduce a nice chunk quality content to WordPress users. The site is WPBlogged.com. I haven’t published feeds yet until I’ve made a few tweaks to the site and have activated the theme.
Even though I will have WPBlogged.com around, it is no replacement for #WordPressWednesday.
#WordPressWednesday 2013 Volume 8
Brian Gardner announces a new responsive theme called Going Green that work well with Genesis 2.0 from StudioPress.
Jared Novack shares his own opinion on what WordPress is lacking in regards to template language. Check it out and see if you agree or disagree with him.
Steven Gliebe shows users on how to embed audio and video players into WordPress.
WPBeginner shares a tutorial on how to add or remove capabilities to user roles in WordPress.
WordPress Community News
Austin Gunter shares at WPEngine a few WordPress communities that you can get involved with. Thank you Austin for mention my Facebook group, All About WordPress.
Brian Krogsgard writes some tips on marketing WordPress products.
Justin Tadlock shares his views on the ethics behind open source software.
WordPress Radio anyone? Marcus Couch shares about WPR.FM.
A new WordPress podcast called Apply Filters recently started. It is run by Brad Touesnard and Pippin Williamson.
See you next Wednesday!