I gave another demo of the Social me plugin this evening at the Orange County WordPress meetup. It went over well, so I think it's ready enough to get it in your hands. (don't forget to follow Jeffrey's tips on backing up WordPress before installing it). Hopefully getting it out in the wild a little bit will encourage other developers to get involved. If you're not a coder, but believe in the idea, the best thing you can do is give us your feedback so we can improve the plugin. The links to the download are after the jump.
I presented a quick talk on backing up a WordPress site at the Orange County WordPress Meetup. This is just a set of links and descriptions for examples I used during the preso. As always, do your due diligence when selecting a back up method. Find something that fits your site and your skill level for best results when disaster strikes!
WordCamps are always fun. We get to see some old friend; we get to meet some new friends. We get to meet up with people you've only known virtually. We get to pass on knowledge and learn from our peers.
WordCamp LA 2010 was no different. We had a blast! Austin and crew did a great job putting an exciting camp together with great speakers and topics and we were proud to sponsor the event.
Brandon and I are proud to sponsor WordCamp LA 2010! As with all WordCamps we attend, I'm becoming more and more excited as the camp approaches. It's like waiting for Christmas to arrive. If you are planning on attending as well, be sure to say hello if you see either of wandering about. Looking forward to seeing all my WordPress friends and attending what is looking like a rockin' developer's track. (And I'm not just saying that because Brandon is speaking, though I know his talk will be awesome too.)