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WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 283 – A Visit From St. Gutenberg

WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 283 – A Visit From St. Gutenberg

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I start off the show with an adaptation of ‘A Visit from St. Nicholas‘ created by Clement Clarke Moore. Since we didn’t have a guest, Jacoby and I opened up about our personal lives which turned into a conversation about remote working from home. We also discussed the news of the week, including SiteLock’s acquisition of Patchman, WordPress 4.8.1, and Adobe discontinuing Flash.

Stories Discussed:

A Fix for WordPress Weekly Subscribers Using Pocket Casts
WordPress 4.8.1 Adds a Dedicated Custom HTML Widget
SiteLock Acquires Patchman’s Malware and Vulnerability Detection Technology, Expands WordPress Customer Base to 4 Million
Adobe to Discontinue Flash Support and Updates in 2020
.blog Passes 100,000 Registrations, 66.5% of Purchased Domains are in Use
BuddyPress 2.9 Adds Ability to Safely Edit A Group’s Permalink
New Dobby Plugin Captures and Hides Unwanted WordPress Admin Notices

Picks of the Week:

An entertaining one-star review of Gutenberg based on ‘A Visit from St. Nicholas’ poem by Clement Clarke Moore.

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