If you have been visiting this site for the past few months, you have probably asked yourself what was happening around the ClassicPress project. Well, fear not! There is a lot going on. Unfortunately it has not made its way onto this blog until now. So without further ado, let’s dive in and explore what […]
Creating the Robbie Mann website Client: Robbie Mann Website URL: robbiemann.com.au Built by: Simply Computing Your website URL: simplycomputing.com.au What is the purpose of the site? Did the client come to you with a particular problem that needed to be solved? The site is designed as a showcase for early jazz pianist, Robbie Mann. It […]
ClassicPress Forum Handle: LinasSimonis Social media handles: If I am on social media, I am LinasSimonis, but I am not active anywhere. Except Twitter; all posts by @PressHill_Host are posted by me. Yes, this hosting is my new project. We are building quite elitist hosting, and ClassicPress will be among only 3 applications you can […]
ClassicPress was founded with a simple principle: that all decisions were community led and that a single person couldn’t force through their desires. My goal with ClassicPress was to create an organisation that could flourish without a figurehead and could continue into the future without relying on a traditional power structure (and to avoid […]
ClassicPress Slack Handle: Tim Kaye ClassicPress Forum Handle: timkaye Social media handles: I’m on LinkedIn, but otherwise I don’t do social media: I’m on the web enough as it is, and so much of social media is just nasty. Website: https://timkaye.org Where in the world are you located? I’m British, but I live in Florida, […]
Your name: Ilya Ivanov ClassicPress Slack Handle: @norske ClassicPress Forum Handle: @norske Social media handles: @norskes (Instagram & Facebook) Where in the world are you located? Vitebsk, Belarus. Website: Oh, that’s funny. I’ve been building and supporting websites for ages, but have no personal one since ~2010 🙂 Typically once a year I think “Well, […]
Just over one year ago ClassicPress was started by Scott. Today, we have ClassicPress V1 out in the wild, are working hard towards V2, and are continuing to see our community grow. With the one year mark we are excited to announce a new website for ClassicPress.
I’d been hoping for a CMS-oriented WordPress fork for a couple of years, ever since it became clear that WordPress was not going to embrace its potential as a professional CMS. So I was already on the lookout for a fork that looked like it would succeed.
I work in advertising, doing whatever must be done… from creating layouts or retouching photos to using the screwdriver to try to fix digital printers or inserters! I like programming, even if I’m not necessarily a good coder.
I’m a musician and composer (semi retired). I was originally a pop/rock session and touring musician (saxophone) then became a composer of media and TV music. A hobby is making fundraising websites for special needs music education.