Introducing wpliving.net – the natural place for all things WordPress

I’m very pleased to announce the launch of wpliving, a new site devoted to WordPress, to helping newcomers discover the platform, its themes and plugins. This is a sister site to osliving (hence the similar naming convention).

Yet another WordPress site I hear you say? Well yes it is focused on WordPress, however the content will mark a departure from the usual “10 things you need to know” type lists and “30 great WordPress themes” lists that are the common currency of most WP blogs right now. Instead, wpliving will offer useful insights into how themes work, how they can be put to use and how to go about finding the right theme for your project. In short, it’s a site that helps people navigate the vast WordPress landscape.

So go and take a look at wpliving and if you have any suggestions for improvements, changes etc. I would be very grateful if you could either contact me or leave a comment here.

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The OSLiving blog addresses issues of import in a broadly based Open Source context. It is a space for information, opinion and informed debate.

Discover software reviews and interviews with leading figures in the field, commentary on current Open Source issues and musings on all things WordPress.

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Sites We Like

SourceForge - one of the longest running portals devoted to housing projects from the Open Source community. A great place to find OSS projects to collaborate on.

Open Source Initiative - the OSI maintains the Open Source Definition and offers a range of information on OSS licensing and standards.

OSALT - a brilliant site devoted to open source alternatives. The site compares quality OSS with its commercial peers.

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