This Week at WordPress.org (December 5, 2022)
It’s time once again to share your feedback about all things WordPress in the 2022 survey. Tune in next week to hear Matt Mullenweg during is annual address: State of the Word. When submitting issues in the WordPress forums, you’ll soon find several blocks to use in the editor. #LearnWP has site updates and a new block theme course for developers.
- Devchat agenda, December 7, 2022
- Editor Chat Agenda: December 7, 2022
- Editor chat summary: Wednesday, November 30 2022
- Dev Chat summary: Wednesday, November 30, 2022
- How did you learn WordPress?
- Vote for Training Team Rep 2023
- Learn WordPress Site Updates – December 2022
- Meeting Agenda for December 6, 2022
- Training Team Meeting Recap for November 29, 2022
- November Month Retrospective
- Creating a Theme with the Create Block Theme Plugin Session 1
- Creating a Theme with the Create Block Theme Plugin Session 2
- Exploring Category Templates and the Query Loop Block Session 2
- Exploring Category Templates and the Query Loop Block Session 1
- Let’s code: Developing Blocks without React! – Block Supports
- WordPress development live stream: Developing Blocks without React – Block Supports
- How to Test (with Report) a Core Trac Ticket | Bangla
- How to Own Your Expertise & Start Speaking at WordPress Events #WPDiversity
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