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All WordPress.com code is managed using the Subversion revision control system. Subversion (SVN) is the only way to access and update code on VIP Hosting. If you are a Microsoft Windows user, we recommend using the TortoiseSVN GUI client. If you use a Mac, and you don’t grok a little UNIX, SVNX comes recommended. Accessing […]
What is a code review? Every line of code that is committed to WordPress.com VIP is reviewed by the VIP Team. We don’t do in-depth code reviews to add more time to or delay your launch schedules. We do these lengthy code reviews to help you launch successfully. The goal of our reviews is to make […]
Etsy had a record-breaking weekend between Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year, and their network continues to grow! On their site Code as Craft, hosted here at WordPress.com VIP, their engineers take a deeper look at what it takes to run such a successful network and system architecture, and discuss a wide range of topics […]
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At Automattic we love open-source software and try to make more of it. That’s why today we are open-sourcing the Code Comments Trac plugin. We developed it to help us do better and quicker code reviews. Every month the VIP Services team reviews tens of WordPress themes and plugins making sure the code is secure, […]
Create a list of non-hierarchical taxonomies and display it in your sidebar or footer, as an alternative to the tag cloud.