Monthly Archives: July 2011

How we can we better promote the top experts?

An alliance exists between and the top experts on sites (such as WP Questions). We have mutual interests. So I’m wondering what more we can do promote our top experts (of all-time, and also the top monthly experts)? … Continue reading

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Things that people say about us

I learn a lot about WP Questions by reading what others are saying about the site. This week I’ve started working with a new designer, who will be helping to clean up some of the rough edges. To help bring … Continue reading

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A Javascript Question

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Alessendro’s discourse clarifies their voting

I appreciate the way that Alessendro explains why they vote the way they vote. We would never make this mandatory, but I do think it helps the community, when these things are explained. About WordPress NextGen (Search engine Plugin) Image … Continue reading

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WP Questions gets mentioned over at Web.AppStorm

Our first site, WP Questions, gets a nice mention in this article (which offers an overview of several question and answer websites): Great Ways to Get Your Questions Answered Online We (me and my business partners) are working very hard … Continue reading

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We’ve decided to try for YCombinator again

We tried last year but didn’t make the cut. We’ve made some progress over the year, so we are going to try again. Better product, better software, more clarity about the basic idea: maybe we will get in.

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Expert Recommendations on WP Questions

Apparently my new development style is to introduce bug-ridden features one weekend, then debug them the next weekend. My thanks goes to: Michael Fields Denzel Chia Peter Michael rilwis Pippin Williamson Adam Gold for giving me some material to work … Continue reading

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