What’s that coming over the hill; is it a r… r… r… roadmap? When I made the speculative forum post about meeting up face-to-face with Textpattern CMS users and developers earlier this year, I had no idea how it would turn out.
Once upon a time, in a Twitter conversation far, far away, Robert Wetzlmayr (Textpattern’s lead developer) asked me what my exit plan was for when time came to depart as editor-in-chief of TXP Magazine. I think he picked up on some Twitter ranting, or something…
Among the sun-drenched skyscrapers of Olde London Town, some virtual strangers with only Textpattern in common met in a pub. With just beer, handheld devices and a network close by, what could they possibly talk about?
What happens when you wedge four geeks in a room? Surprisingly little in tangible output, but some great codeworthy exploration and daft pictures. Find out how the North Bristol Textpattern meetup went down.
As Textpattern 4.3.0 draws nearer to a release, it’s time to look forward a little to Textpattern 5. This weblog entry holds important information — especially for plugin authors and admin themers — to help gear up now for the proposed changes in Textpattern 5.