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  • Isaac Keyet 4:34 pm on May 8, 2013 Permalink |
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    Dev chat summary for May 8, 2013 

    Chat log.


    • iOS projects update
    • Android projects update
    • Moving dev blog discussions to make/mobile (this blog)
    • Handbook reminder

    iOS projects update

    NUX (new welcome guide, improved WordPress.com sign up) is almost complete, need to look over copy and polish a few things, then should be ready to get it translated and tested.

    WordPress.com native reader project: picking up momentum again, currently working on threaded comments which is complicated.

    Accounts migration: need to write the actual core data migration but very close to completion. Should simplify the way WordPress.com accounts act under the hood in the iOS app.

    Android projects update

    A bug fix update is going out today that fixes a bug with featured images.

    The WordPress.com Notifications project is very close to beta, no word on when just yet but should be very soon.

    Moving dev blog discussions to make/mobile (this blog)

    We decided to close the dev blogs and (if possible) migrate their data to this blog instead and keep all discussions/announcements/etc in one place. The filtering on this p2 should make it easy to only see discussions about specific platforms if you only contribute to one. @mrroundhill took it on himself to investigate what’s needed for migrating the data. @isaackeyet (me) will look into a way to display sticky messages on the dev blogs once migrations are complete. The platform leads for each platform will also post a last post on each one of the dev blogs letting subscribed readers know that the blog has been merged with make/mobile (this would be @mrroundhill, @koke, and @daniloercoli for BlackBerry and Windows Phone).

    After the chat @nacin jumped in and let us know he will assist with the migrations as well.

    Handbook reminder

    @aerych reminded himself and all others that the Handbook is still in need of looking over and updating – please refer to the separate todo post for details on what’s left and who’s responsible for what.


    @daniloercoli let everybody know that there’s a new bug fix update live for Windows Phone. It has bug fixes as well as a small new feature that lets users share permalinks to other apps on the device (such as Email, Facebook, Twitter, etc).

    Next week

    The next dev chat will be on May 15, 2013 at 15:00 UTC. Mark your calendar and join us in #wordpress-mobile on Freenode.

  • Isaac Keyet 3:09 am on December 19, 2012 Permalink |
    Tags: dev blogs, migration, ,   

    Plan for migrating mobile dev blogs and forums as discussed in #wordpress-mobile earlier today.

    1. Forums:

    2. Dev blogs:

    3. Landing sites (including official blogs): hold off until other migrations are complete. We’ll want to figure out how and where the landing sites will live in the WordPress.org infrastructure.

    @nacin is going to look into Forums and Dev blogs starting next week. @aerych is helping out where needed.

  • Isaac Keyet 6:40 pm on August 4, 2012 Permalink |
    Tags: dev blogs, state of the word, welcome   

    Welcome to the Make WordPress Mobile blog. As suggested by a proactive State of the Word spectator at WordCamp San Francisco 2012, there should be a place on WordPress.org for contributing to the mobile apps and the mobile oriented parts of core. So here it is!

    Some quick things to get you started (more to come!):

    WordPress is mobile. Get excited, get involved!

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