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Capturing the incredible diversity of the WordPress eco-system

Sep. 17, 2014

In the moment I am writing this, the home page of ManageWP.org contains the 24 best stories around the WordPress world happening at this moment. Out of these 24, 20 come from different sources!

Here they are just for illustration:

ostraining.com
blog.sucuri.net
elegantthemes.com
torquemag.io
code.tutsplus.com
medialoot.com
indexwp.com
cloudways.com
qz.com
blog.teamtreehouse.com
kevinmuldoon.com
shoutmeloud.com
wplift.com
wptavern.com
wpbeaverbuilder.com
kinsta.com
mattcromwell.com
managewp.com
getflywheel.com
codecondo.com


And truly, this fills my heart. Gathering the gems from the vast eco-system of sites writing about WordPress and making it available in one place was the original reason this community was formed. There are tens if not hundreds of promising authors and websites that we helped discover and promote. I might be a bit biased there, but I also feel that we managed to influence the type and quality of content being produced on these sites by just a bit. As such I have a warm and fuzzy feeling that we are creating a positive impact on the entire WordPress project.

I'd like to thank the community of this site for making it a truly great place to be.

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Tom Harrigan

Amazingly great to see the page not dominated by any single source, and even better, with very little duplicate sources. I hope that over time the quality of content is indeed influenced and that we see less fluff pieces such as "Top 10 X themes" lists and the like. Anywhere the WP community can come together is a good place to be.

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Vladimir Prelovac

Yeah, agreed. We are planning to make the changes in the guidelines to ban listicles (top xxx list articles). Also structure the categories a bit differently.

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Oli

It must be satisfying to see things coming together - its a great resource to have for sure.
I'm guilty of this (not commenting)- but I wonder if it is possible to encourage more comments on submissions - Or do you think the conversations should happen on the comments of the linked articles?

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Vladimir Prelovac

Well just announced comments on submitted articles :

managewp.org/articles/7618/introducing-the-article-comments

:)

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Oli

Yes I just saw that, I assumed it was always there and I hadn't noticed it!

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VisionPost

Great!

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Ben Wilson

Nice information

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