WordCamp Food

Lunch can be stressful for any WordCamp organiser, but there’s a major issue that’s trivially easy to fix that’s gone unnoticed. What’s for lunch? Different people have allergies and dietary requirements, but lunch can be a stressful and anxious situation for all attendees. For example, lunch at the first WordCamp Europe was a mound of unlabelled […]

WordPress and Composer TLDR

There’s a few questions I’m commonly asked about using composer + WordPress. Here they are in a super short form FAQ: To install a composer project, run: composer install To update a composer project, run: composer update Install WordPress in a folder composer require johnpbloch/wordpress @stable or in your composer.json add: { “require” : { “johnpbloch/wordpress”: “@stable” […]

Gitbooks & GitHub

I started writing a book on gitbook.io recently, and chose to use GitHub to host it. I ran into some stumbling blocks as I started, mainly because things weren’t documented well enough, so I’m going to explain how to begin. Setting Up First, create an empty repository on GitHub to store your book. You’ll then […]