Author Archives: Matt

About Matt

In 2002 I started contributing to Open Source software, and life has just gotten better from there. Co-founder of WordPress, founder Automattic.

Billing and Naughty Plugins

We’re having a problem with our credit card processor that is throwing back errors for about half of the people who’ve tried to sign up. The fix on their side could take a week or more so we’re going to … Continue reading

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International Orders

As some folks may have noticed our order form did not play nicely if you tried to put in an address outside of the United States. We’ve whipped it into shape and now you should be able to place orders … Continue reading

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First Golden Tickets

Over the weekend we started to trickle out the first Golden Ticket invites to VaultPress. This means that if you’re on the list you now have a semi-random chance of being one of the first people who can sleep more … Continue reading

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What’s Different

I left a comment on TechCrunch that a lot of people liked, so I thought I’d reproduce it here. This is in response to “There are a lot of free backup plugins and services, why would I use VaultPress?” There … Continue reading

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Announcing VaultPress

For me, the most humbling aspect about the growth and success of WordPress has been how much of people’s lives they entrust to the software. It started with blogs on every topic imaginable: the highs and lows of human existence, … Continue reading

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