I think it’s fair to say that I’ve got issues. Issues with authority, popularity, inclusivity, regular-ways-of-doing-business, independence and, erm, polite society. Along with unfairness, corruption, bullying and the stinking mess that a project like WordPress can become. || This week marks 10 years since I started Edublogs and became one of the earliest WordPress entrepreneurs. Ten years, five offices, six products and about a bazillion WP dramas later… This is my story. I think it’s fair to say that I’ve got issues. Issues with authority, popularity, inclusivity, regular-ways-of-doing-business, independence and, erm, polite society. Along with unfairness, corruption, bullying and the stinking mess that a project like WordPress can become. Which is what this post is about: 10 years of WordPress and me. From the launch of Edublogs through to a bunch of crazy projects to where we are today at WPMU DEV, and all the insane, screwy, mad, bad and rad things that have happened along the way. Consider it part history, part mea cupla and part great big complain. Because? Why not. I’ve got to get this off my chest at some point, I guess, and now is as good a time as any. Let’s
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