Tag Archives: usability

A Semantic UMW Blogs

Patrick Murray-John has been working tirelessly over the last month to realize an extremely exciting possibility for marrying the Semantic Web with WPMu, although this experiment is by no means limited to this application. What he has been doing is … Continue reading

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Improved Site Admin blog & user navigation in WPMu 1.3.3

I just noticed that the latest release of WPMu (1.3.3) finally has a user-friendly system for navigating system-wide blogs and user information. Granted this is a minor detail in many ways, but it makes a huge difference when you are … Continue reading

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The Era of a One-Click WordPress

We have been talking for a while about how easy the installation of WordPress (and many other apps) is made by the one-click magic of script installers like Fantastico. However, this didn’t solve the problem of uploading themes and plugins … Continue reading

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How “open-source” is Sakai?

Yesterday I had the privilege of heading down to the University of Virginia and catching up with Steve Stedman and crew who are strongly considering piloting a WordPress Multi-user installation for their ITC group. We talked a bit over a … Continue reading

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WPMu Dashboard Switcher

If you are using a recent version of WordPress Multi-User (WPMu) one of the slick new features hacked by the now dearly missed forum moderator Dr. Mike (he ruled -having also come up with a sneaky workaround for sitewide tags … Continue reading

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