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User:Matt/Rel Ideas

We need a keyword for saying "this person set up my WP blog".



possible keywords:

  • wordpress-smith
  • wordsmith
  • wp-smith
  • wordpress-mechanic
  • wordpressologist
  • wordpress-operator
  • wordpress-lithographer
  • wordpress-flexographer
  • wordpress-gravure
  • wordpress-craftsman
  • wordpress-installer
  • wordpressman
  • wordpress-ace
  • wordpress-adept
  • wordpress-champion
  • wordpress-charmer
  • wordpress-expert
  • wordpress-frob
  • wordpress-genius
  • wordpress-grease monkey
  • wordpress-grok
  • wordpress-guru
  • wordpress-hacker
  • wordpress-hotshot
  • wordpress-house wizard
  • wordpress-kahuna
  • wordpress-language lawyer
  • wordpress-lexicographer
  • wordpress-lord high fixer
  • wordpress-magician
  • wordpress-maven
  • wordpress-mavin
  • wordpress-muggle
  • wordpress-mutter
  • wordpress-necromancer
  • wordpress-scriptor
  • wordpress-sensation
  • wordpress-sorcerer
  • wordpress-sorcerous
  • wordpress-specialist
  • wordpress-star
  • wordpress-superprogrammer
  • wordpress-superstar
  • wordpress-toad
  • wordpress-unix wizard
  • wordpress-virtuoso
  • wordpress-wank
  • wordpress-whacker
  • wordpress-wheel
  • wordpress-whiz
  • wordpress-whizz
  • wordpress-wisard
  • wordpress-witching
  • wordpress-wiz
  • wordpress-wizard
  • wordpress-wizardly
  • wordpress-master
  • wordpress-assist
  • wordpress-slugger



How about a combination of the following? --Westi 15:37, 6 Jul 2005 (UTC)

  • wordpresser for links to the person who help set up
  • wordpressed for links to the sites you've help set up (for Portfolio type pages)

Maybe allows for webs of relationships to be built then.