No piece of software is perfect, and I take comfort in that WordPress developers recognize weaknesses in the software, inform their community of users and quickly release updates that can be installed with one click.
Once just blogging software, WordPress is a CMS being adopted by a wide range of people who are getting used paying little to nothing for site software and design. What will this do to mom and pop design shops yet to embrace popular open-source systems?
If you really must know, using your post ID with custom slug keywords is likely the best SEO permalink structure for WordPress. Avoid using the often-recommended and used but potentially devastating category structure.
You’ve got a WordPress project that’s too big for your in-house talent. How will you find the WordPress guru who can help you with design and/or development?
A study of WordPress and other open-source software shows that they may not be as insecure as some would have you believe.
Those whining of WordPress 3.0’s CamelCase capitalized P filter should take a chill pill and remember WordPress is an extremely powerful platform they get to use or build upon for free.