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Excellent Read at WordPress.org Blog

  • Avatar of John James Jacoby
    John James Jacoby
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    @johnjamesjacoby

    Jane Wells posted a blog entry today on the WordPress.org blog that I think really applies to all of us. It talks about being more involved in the community even if you’re not a PHP programmer or a designer.

    http://tr.im/hiuV

    If you’ve got a few extra minutes in your day, I really suggest checking it out!

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  • Avatar of Ben (oldskoo1)
    oldskoo1
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    @oldskoo1

    +1 – Great read.

    Often i have moments of reflection on just how incredible software is becoming these days.

    I’m amazed at the collective effort that is put by people that usually just get involved because it makes them tick.

    I’m sure most of them / us have families and do a lot of this in spare time. That is impressive.

    The best software is always produced out of communities or dev teams that place their trust in a community to help out. Most of the time the people involved are the community which is great compared to what was happening 20 years ago.

    Avatar of Aron Jay
    Aron Jay
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    @aronjay

    Really worth reading!

    even though i didn’t finish it…

    Avatar of Jodyw1
    jodyw1
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    @jodyw1

    Thanks for posting that. Since I’m not much of a coder, when I make suggestions on the trac report I tend to think I’m just being annoying. Nice to know that much of the time it’s actually helpful.

    Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    Thanks for the post, John. As you point out, there are many ways to contribute to the WP community even if you lack made-programming skills.

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