At the University of Mary Washington, we use a multi-network installation of WordPress. For those of you that haven’t heard of multi-network before, or that might like to learn a little more about it, you can check out the slides from one of my recent presentations on the subject.
In addition to running a multi-network install, we also have three separate servers. We run a development server, a staging server and a production server. We use the development server to perform volatile development work, such as adding wholesale new features and developing complicated new plugins; we use the staging server to test new plugin installations, minor theme modifications, etc.; and we use the production server for our live website (natch). Read the rest of this entry »