Today, with great pride and enthusiasm, I get to announce Jennifer M. Dodd‘s contributions are being recognized by her earning core commit access to the bbPress project.
Jennifer has been a prolific bbPress plugin developer and core contributor since bbPress 2 was first introduced. Her ability to iterate and improve on core patches, her outstanding communication skills, and her knowledge of the codebase, make her a great addition to the bbPress team.
One of Jennifer’s first tasks for the bbPress 2.3 development cycle will be working on full forum search. You can follow the process on our development tracker.
Having worked with Jennifer for over a decade (and benefited first-hand from the power of her code’s efficiency and cleanliness), I gotta say that you guys are super lucky to have her! She’s amazing, and this bodes incredibly well for the future of bbPress development. CONGRATS, JMDODD!
Nice to see someone else taking a little load off JJJ’s shoulders! 😉
Good luck, and a massive congratulations!
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Congrats and great work 🙂
Congratulations! It’s great to see knew people moving up the WordPress food chain 🙂
Congratulations, Jennifer! I’m really excited to see more momentum in the land of bees. 🙂
Thanks so much, everyone! I really enjoy working with the bbPress community, and look forward to helping make bbPress even better.
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congratulations Jennifer, it was a major news for me after wp 3.5 release, #lovebbpress
I just want to say I’m still enjoying the bbPress plugin. It has saved me tons of time from back-end programming