Aaron Gustafson makes a great point about the responsibility that developers have to respect the users of their applications.
Getting fully-trusted self-signed certificates in Firefox requires setting up a self-signed certificate authority.
Creating comment meta from a client side script isn't as easy as it is on the PHP side, but it can be done.
WordPress normally moves all elements with a
noticestyle to the top of the page, but that can be prevented with the
Death to Bullshit.com has been around for a long, long time (in Internet years), but it’s still just as relevant as ever.
There are a lot of cringe-worthy terms in technical jargon, but in addition to being exclusionary, they're also often bad metaphors, and more descriptive alternatives exist.
Corey McKrill presented a case study at WordCamp Portland about the process we went through to build Gutenberg blocks for WordCamp.org.