#WCFRA Sketchnotes von @photostroller

Wie schon bei der Einfachheit der Dinge, hatte ich auch mit ›Deutschstunder‹, der Keynote beim WordCamp Frankfurt, wieder Glück und mein Vortrag wurde von der sagenhaften @photostroller mit zwei wunderschönen Sketchnotes eingefangen.


Sketchnotes von @photostroller, veröffentlicht unter CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 auf Flickr

Das erwähnte Plugin Stringintelligenz gibt’s momentan noch auf GitHub; Vorbereitungen für das Einreichen auf w.org laufen.

Einen Beitrag zum Vortrag bzw. zum Was, Wie, Warum und Wann des Plugins folgt demnächst.

Team O2s for Locale Teams on WordPress.org

Team Pages on O2

Petya presented the first team page which runs with the new WordPress theme O2 and is readily available for the German team at (https://de.wordpress.org/team/). […]
Sam Sidler (@sam) will post on make.wordpress.org/polyglots to explain the purpose of the O2s and provide some other specifics.

WordPress.org Polyglots Chat Notes from today

La la la… HA!!! 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉


What is Support?

Thomas Maier, maker of Advanced Ads, has published an incredibly insightful piece on Smashing Magazine titled ›Lessons Learned From Plugin Support‹.

The whole article is more than worth reading for WordPress plugin providers, as Thomas goes into detail about support for both, free as well as paid plugins, and shares useful tips.

However, this introductory part from right at the top of the article is something every plugin developer should memorize, so perfectly does it sum up what you’re in for when you build a business based on a WordPress plugin:

What Is Support?

The main purpose of support is to help people use and understand a product. Therefore, support is not only an email reply or documentation. It extends to the following:

  • making features self-explanatory,
  • writing understandable labels,
  • fixing issues caused by other plugins,
  • making the user feel like you are ready to help.

Beside helping others use your product, you also benefit from support.

Read the full article Smashing Magazine:
Lessons Learned From Plugin Support