Tag Archives: the erudite

WordPress.org Theme Review Process is Broken

Update: The Eru­dite 3.0.2 is now live on WordPress.org. I’ve already crit­i­cized the WordPress.org Theme Review process when it first launched. Things seemed to be improv­ing, but either the team is poorly orga­nized, severely under-powered, or both. The Eru­dite 3.0 has been in review for 3 months, 3.0.2 since Sept 28. The review ticket was assigned […]

Seth Godin Chooses The Erudite

Seth Godin should need no intro­duc­tion to any­one on the web. What might need intro­duc­tion is his new ven­ture called the Domino Project, in which he’s part­ner­ing with Ama­zon to rethink the fatally flawed cur­rent pub­lish­ing model. And, to get it up and run­ning, he’s run­ning Word­Press and a lightly tweaked ver­sion of The Erudite. […]

The Erudite 2.7.7 Released

At long last: a new release of The Eru­dite that isn’t only avail­able on my site, but also on the WordPress.org theme direc­tory. As I pre­vi­ously wrote, this has been a mas­sive pain in the ass due to the new theme require­ments. 2.7.7 intro­duces an option for page com­ments, which are on by default in […]

The Erudite 2.7 Released

Word­Press 3.0 was released last week (and there was much rejoic­ing). I received a few bug reports about my inte­gra­tion with the new nav menus — essen­tially if you didn’t have a nav menu in use yet, you’d see a weird extra box in your main menu area. I also did the long-overdue task of combing […]

The Erudite 2.6.1 Released

First off, it’s been a wild ride since The Eru­dite was made a fea­tured theme in the WordPress.org themes direc­tory. It went from about 20 down­loads a day to over 200! With it has come an increase in bug reports and a some help with more trans­la­tions. I hope that all of these down­loads means […]