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All FLoCed Up aka CASHing Out

I first published a few weeks ago on What the FLoC? and since then, major projects have pushed back against the CASH scheme. From TechRadar, GitHub is blocking FLoC: “In addition to disabling FLoC in GitHub Pages, GitHub’s main website also now uses this new HTTP header according to BleepingComputer. This means that the company […]

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The Benefactor Dilemma

In every open source project, at some point, the Benefactor Dilemma will occur. This dilemma can take shape in two forms. Either an open source project has a benefactor, or it doesn’t. First, I think it is important to recognize the lifecycle of an open source project. The largest open source project (by utilization) is […]

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Joost Talks CMS Market Share

Joost De Valk – his blog is pronounced Just De Talk (oh my goodness I’m kidding! but it would be fun, sorry Joost) – released CMS market share: November 2020 analysis: “This is my fourth biannual analysis of the CMS market share numbers provided by W3Techs. A lot has changed this year, in large part […]

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Morning Coffee: Updates to Posts

Looks like today will be a number of tweaks and updates to posts from the last week. First Inpsyde CIO, Robert Windisch (DE), drops in with a quick thought in JAMmed Up: “WordPress targets in its philosophy to ‘Design for the Majority’ Jamstack will never be for majority of users.” Second yesterday’s cPanel Pricing Redux […]

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Welcome to the Board!

The Joomla board has a ton of new blood, and I am personally very much looking forward to what these folks will bring to the project. While reversing the trends of the last few years will be difficult, the fact that there is new engaged leadership is a net positive. Special shoutouts to Justine Ayebale […]