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||CleanWPCandy Roundtable #3: WordPress Meetup Discussion with 4 co-organizers||Let’s talk about WordPress meetups! On this episode of The WPCandy Roundtable Podcast, I asked four awesome WordPress meetup co-organizers to chat about what makes a quality meetup and how they do what they do.||2/6/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||Theme Show #11: “A New Year and a New Sound”||I’m very happy, and very excited to announce the newly refined Theme Show. For our eleventh episode, and first episode of 2013, we bring a new format, introduce a new member to the show (hi Ray!) and also introduce a brand new theme song courtesy of C||2/4/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWPCandy Podcast 36: Sticker Furniture with David Bisset||In this episode of our podcast David Bisset was kind enough to join me to discuss his upcoming event WordCamp Miami, BuddyPress, and other noteworthy WordPress news of the week. David even gets greedy and offers up somewhere around 3 or 4 WordPress pic.||2/2/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||WPCandy Podcast 35, with special guest Jake Caputo||Jake Caputo started up quite a discussion this week centered on his being prohibited from speaking at WordCamps due to listing split licensed themes on the ThemeForest marketplace. Jake was kind enough to join me on The WPCandy Podcast to chat about hi.||1/25/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitWP Late Night #31: “Redefining next day shipping” with Nacin and Helen Hou-Sandi||Tonight’s WP Late Night saw special guests Andy Nacin and Helen Hou-Sandi. They each played an integral role in the extremely-recently-released WordPress 3.5, and we all discussed the new version for a solid hour.||12/12/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitWP Late Night #30: “Insane in the Maintainn”||Back from our Thanksgiving hiatus full of tryptophan and nonsense, the crew has its thirtieth episode in the can. Thirty. Episodes. Milestones are fun. So are italics. First things first: big thanks to Robert Nienhuis,||11/28/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitWP Late Night #29: “You fork, I’ll spoon”||WP Late Night is back in full swing tonight with Brad, Dre and Ryan discussing the news of the week and the big WordPress events of the month. If you’ve been wondering about Pressnomics, John O’Nolan’s Ghost project,||11/14/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitWP Late Night Special Edition: WordPress Community Summit 2012||Very late in the evening after the WordPress Community Summit wrapped up (technically early morning, but you know what I mean) a group of five gathered around to discuss the event and what it means for the community. Myself, Brad and Dre,||11/13/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||WP Late Night #23: “Bughetto”||Last night's episode of WP Late Night, "Bughetto", had the regular crew discussing theme philosophies, the WordPress.com homepage redesign, and the slew of WordCamps coming our way soon.||8/30/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitAftertaste #31: After WP Late Night 22||This week’s episode of Aftertaste was a bit shorter than most WP Late Night after shows, but that’s because there are technically two after shows this week. The first is the one you’re used to, and the second is the recording that took place in a||8/26/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
Ryan rocks the WordPress podcast
Subsribed today and listened to Ryan's available shows so far - - it's an easy listen with great information and a good presentation. Great job, Ryan - keep it up!
Too much time wasted on non WP stuff
Too bad, I really was hoping to get some good WP info from this podcast. Most episodes are a ton of chatting with small bits of actually useful info dropped in here and there. If that's what you're looking for, then you might like it. Not for me.
When this podcast first came out, it was wonderful, with an agenda and they stayed on topic. Since Fall of 2010, they added another person and it seems more like ramblings with some pertinent information thrown in here and there. Unfortuantely, I don't have time or patience to wait for the content to shine through.
Please think about going back to an agenda, announcing it at the beginning and staying on topic all the way through. You guys have a lot of knowledge.