Hi happy WordPress & DreamObjects users!
Wishing to store your static content on WordPress on DreamObjects and finding it impossible? Don’t worry, help is here
What you need to do, for now, is to be very bold and be willing to hack W3 Edge’s W3 Total Cache plugin. In fact, it’s a very simple hack — the only thing to change is the hard-coded address for s3.amazonaws.com and replace it with objects.dreamhost.com.
Here are two links for a guide explaining what to do (two links because hopefully they don’t get both simultaneously deleted; I might add a blog post on my own blog for sure, where nothing gets deleted since 2004 ):
On DreamHost’s wiki: http://wiki.dreamhost.com/Using_WordPress_with_W3TC_and_DreamObjects
On the WordPress support forum for W3TC: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-w3-total-cache-using-w3tc-with-non-amazon-cdn-which-is-fully-compliant-with-the-s3-api?replies=5#post-3274623
… and yes, my own blog is using DreamObjects (you can view the source code and confirm that), and CloudFlare is running on top of everything. According to Pingdom, 55% of the world’s websites are slower than mine