Job Manager 0.5 Released

AKA: “The Mother of All Changelogs” release. Go on, look at it. It’s huge. This has been the first time I’ve made beta releases on the wp.org system, and I think it’s been quite successful. I’ve had some good feedback over the past few days, and fixed several bugs, without affecting user’s production systems. Naturally,… Continue reading Job Manager 0.5 Released

Job Manager 0.4.0 Released

AKA: The “this blog is turning into a Job Manager announcement list” release. This release involves a pile of under-the-hood changes: Re-write of the entire data storage routines to use default WordPress tables – no more creation of custom tables! Because of the above, Job Manager now requires WordPress 2.9. That’s cool, because you’ve all… Continue reading Job Manager 0.4.0 Released

Job Manager 0.3.0 Released

*sniffles* It’s growing up so quickly! This new release sees a few new features: Framework for supporting additional functionality through plugins Support for Sitemaps, through Google XML Sitemaps POT file added, for translations On top of that, a pile of bug fixes. The Changelog has all the details. As always, the Job Manager home page… Continue reading Job Manager 0.3.0 Released

WordPress Shouldn’t Use nofollow

In my random wandering across the internet today, I discovered that, by default, WordPress adds the rel=”nofollow” attribute to links in comments. Now, we all know the original purpose of nofollow, to try and discourage comment spam. This isn’t really relevant to WordPress anymore, though. Akismet has been supported in WordPress for quite some time.… Continue reading WordPress Shouldn’t Use nofollow