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By: WordPress Weekly Episode 8 | Jeffro2pt0

Sat, 01 Mar 2008 01:01:55 +0000

[...] The WordPress Publishers Blog gives WordPress Weekly some link love [...]



By: Jacob Santos

Sat, 01 Mar 2008 00:12:08 +0000

I personally love both of you, including lloyd and the rest of the core team. I don't always have time to read every subversion commit or WordPress blog, so it is good to get everything that matters in an easy format. It is easier to listen, than to read sometimes and allows me to do other stuff.



By: Charles Stricklin

Thu, 28 Feb 2008 23:31:38 +0000

...or leave podcasting to the professionals. ;)



By: Jeffro2pt0

Thu, 28 Feb 2008 21:31:06 +0000

Firs off Lloyd, thank you very much for the link. I really appreciate it. And as you hinted earlier in the article, the official WordPress Podcast was my inspiration to do my own show. I love the official WordPress Podcast, but I hated the fact that I only got to listen to the show once a month and I simply wanted more WordPress! (MoreCowbell?) So, I came up with an idea, asked some people within the WordPress community to join me and so far, its turning out to be a success. Every Friday is turning into a virtual WordCamp which is pretty cool. I'll admit, the podcast far from being anything professional in terms of audio quality, production, the way the show runs, ect. But it doesn't seem to be bothering most of the listeners. Knowing that you're listening to the show may be a good reason to up my game and make the show more professional, or not :)