I run my own decent sized WordPress Multisite with the Jetpack plugin enabled at the network level. This allows me to manage at a high level view all the Jetpack connected blogs from a single Jetpack connection. Not all the blogs need to be running Jetpack, however because Jetpack is enabled network wide all blogs
The Victoria Debacle
I am sitting in the dining room of a rustic wood cabin on Pender Island. Seated around me are six amazing people with a deep passion for WordPress. All morning the air has been buzzing with conversation on the future of WordPress and how to make it even more awesome. Everything was different just one
Creating a two way sync between a Github repository and Subversion
Another git <> svn post? As many of you know I have been on a quest to get Jetpack core development moved from the WordPress.org Subversion (svn) repository to Github (git). As part of this process I setup an experimental Jetpack repository to see how synchronization works between git and svn. Lets just clear the
Episode 64 of WPwatercooler, featuring Jetpack and Me!
My very first appearance on WPwatercooler happened this week with Episode 64 all about the Love and Hate of Jetpack. My colleague George Stephanis was also on the show, which was lucky for me cause I was not feeling too great. He did most of the heavy lifting in representation of Jetpack. Thanks George!
Jetpack Ocean Party!
Today was our fun day so we had a Jetpack Ocean Party! After a bus ride where we all thought we were traveling around the entire island we finally arrived at the big catamaran that was going to take us out on our snorkeling tour. We went to two different island to snorkel. The snorkeling