The job of approving comments sometimes falls on a person who does/should not have access to the WordPress admin. By design WordPress only allows a user with admin privileges to do this job. I wrote an an External Web Interface for approving pending WordPress comments via XMLRPC.
Check it out, it is open source on google code:
As some of you know, Apple asked me give a session about WordPress at at their WWDC 07 conference this year. The session was titled “Designing and Extending the Mac OS X Blog Experience” and they gave me an hour to cover how to create a local development system for designing blogs with WordPress and Mac OS X. So I practiced, practiced and practiced my session and had my Steve Jobs moment with Keynote and a huge screen behind me… and I did alright. The video(audio and slides) of the session is now available in the iTunes Store. An Apple Developer account is required but you can get that at no cost.
Link: ADC in iTunes Store (Link Updated)
Look for it under WWDC 2007 Sessions > Content and Media – Video
Update: It looks like the videos are only available for WWDC attendees :-(
I’m flying out tomorrow to San Francisco to speak at Apple’s WWDC conference. My session is titled Designing and Extending the Mac OS X Blog Experience and will be on Friday. I will be covering WordPress extensively, it should be fun. If you are at this year’s WWDC, please let me know, I would love to meet.