WordPress 2.5 Contributors

In order to try and recognise the large number of contributors to WordPress 2.5 I have attempted to create a tag cloud using my powers of grep and sed and the wonderful tool that is tagcrowd.com

14 Responses to “WordPress 2.5 Contributors”

  1. […] Here’s my name as a WordPress contributor! […]

  2. […] WordPress 2.5 is officially out the door. Matt hits the long list of highlights of what is new in the release announcement. Peter Westwood (one of the WordPress core developers) put together a tag cloud of people who contributed to this release. […]

  3. Ben Tremblay says:

    Congrats to all hands!

    Kvetch: the cloud is humungous. I mean huge. I mean really really really big!

    cheers

  4. AJ says:

    Is it me or has Matt not committed even one line of code?

  5. westi says:

    AJ: The cloud is only people who have had patches committed by one of the four core developers – It doesn’t include the code they have committed themselves. It is meant to recognise the community contribution. The only reason that ryan, mark and myself are mentioned is that we sometimes commit each others patches after review or feedback from others.

  6. AJ says:

    Ah.. Okay. That’s cool..

    By the way, the cloud IS very neat :)

  7. Ben Tremblay says:

    I guess my 2nd comment evaporated. But, to give the folk at TagCrowd their due, their cloud makes tweaking very easy. (On mine it took minutes to adjust min / max font size.)

  8. Hans Engel says:

    Whoa, I didn’t expect my name to be that large! :) Thanks for recognizing us.

  9. SteveAgl says:

    Nice to be in the cloud even for few and limited to I18N contribution :)

  10. […] gemacht! Gerade eben hab ich das im Blog von Peter Westwood, einem der Lead Developer von WordPress entdeckt. :-) Unaufdringlich, wie es so meine Art ist (hrrrm), habe ich einen gemütlichen Platz unten […]



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