Category Archives: plugins

Lafayette College Piloting WPMu

This tweet from Bryan Alexander,who has been generously tracking the discussions and presentations at the NITLE Instructional Technology Leaders conference, alerted me to an impressive pilot of WordPress Multi-User at Lafayetter College. It’s a fine looking educational publishing paltform, and I really like the way their pilot includes academic courses, administrative offices, student groups, and […] Continue reading

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Spamhaus Issue Finally Resolved

After far too long I finally figured out what was rendering the bava to be unreadable on any IP address recorded on the Spamhaus project. Seems like this anti-spam blog plugin for WPMu was the root cause of the issue. What’s odd about this was that the plugin was intended to ban potential spammers from […] Continue reading

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EdTechRoundup: Student Blogging and WPMu

This past Sunday I had the good fortune to be invited as part of a podcast to discuss using WPMu in educational institutions with a great group of educators primarily based in the UK.  It was a fun discussion, and I really liked hearing about the particular uses and challenges of blogging in the K-12 […] Continue reading

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Syndicatin’ Welfare: UMW Blogs’ Syndication Framework on the Cheap

Can you you feel the bass and guitar kick in, and hear the tempo surely rise? I knew that you could!
I know that it’s evil
I know that it’s got to be
I know I ain’t doing much
Doing nothing means a lot to me
Living on a shoe string
A fifty cent millionaire
Open to charity
Syndicatin’ welfare
Enjoy the rest here.
Everything […] Continue reading

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Syndicatin’ Welfare: UMW Blogs’ Syndication Framework on the Cheap

Can you you feel bass and guitar kick in, and hear the tempo surely rise? I knew that you could!
I know that it’s evil
I know that it’s got to be
I know I ain’t doing much
Doing nothing means a lot to me
Living on a shoe string
A fifty cent millionaire
Open to charity
Syndicatin’ welfare
Enjoy the rest here.
Everything you […] Continue reading

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WPMu Privacy Options and Sitewide Feeds-a question…

I’m in the process of writing up the syndication hub we got up and running on UMW Blogs, and I think it is as close as we’ve come to the mythical Eduglu. In getting my thoughts together to give a detailed overview of our setup a question has come up that I was wondering if […] Continue reading

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Course blogs, Sitewide Tags, and FeedWordPress

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One Blog, Many Feeds

Cole Camplese has had some excellent posts recently thinking about the ability of RSS feeds to connect a campus publishing community. I have been doing a lot of experimentation in this area over the last year or so, and his … Continue reading

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Eighteenth-Century Audio: A WordPress Social Site?

A site that I have been working on with professor Marie McAllister in the English, Linguistics, and Speech department here at UMW has me extremely excited these days. And I decided to blog it early so that my co-workers don’t … Continue reading

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A List of Plugins for WPMu

So what plugins are we using at UMW Blogs? Well, there is a two-part answer to this question, which site wide plugins (mu-plugins) are we using and which user-activated plugins have we made available. Below you will find a list … Continue reading

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