WordPress was built by the community. In just a few incredibly productive years, it grew to become the most popular CMS in the world, and all of us in the WordPress Community played a role in the evolution and development of WordPress. Together, we made it into the popular powerhouse it is today. If there …Read: "Why there’s only one model: the open source model"
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A few weeks ago, I went to my first proper WordCamp, in London. I went as a designer, and I wasn’t expecting to learn very much, but spoiler warning: I was wrong. In this post, I will explain why going to a WordCamp is worthwhile as a designer, why WordPress needs more designers, and how designers …Read: "Contributing to WordPress as a designer"
Is your online store or website built with Magento 2 or TYPO3? Always felt a bit envious of WordPress users outranking you, because of the advantages Yoast SEO brings them? Then we’ve got some great news for you. We’re partnering with MaxServ, and together we’re working on Yoast SEO for Magento 2 and Yoast SEO for …Read: "Yoast SEO for Magento 2 and TYPO3"
All our plugins, including our Yoast SEO plugin, are open source. In the true meaning of open source, we don’t just open the source code, other people actively contribute to its betterment. We actively work on getting other people’s patches in and reserve time on every release to make sure we can handle community patches. We love doing …Read: "WordPress core contributions"
In this post we explain why we think that open source needs a business model attached to it to truly thrive. The ideal situation is a Nash equilibrium, which you could also call a Victory of the Commons. This is the write up of a presentation Joost gave at WordCamp Europe in 2013, which is embedded below. The presentation is based on an earlier …Read: "Victory of the Commons"