Daniel Bachhuber reviews some recent changes to WP-CLI related to the WordPress REST API. I love the lightweight profiling and I know this is going to help out some developers quite a bit.
The first ever WP-CLI Hack Day is happening on Friday, July 20th. The goal is to finish the day with 20 pull requests that have been merged during the event. If WordPress and the command line are your passions, then this might be something worth your time.
Very happy to see the release WP-CLI v2.5.0 knowing it was quite the effort. Kudos to the team. This version includes security patches, PHP 8 support, improved MySQL/MariaDB support, new commands for managing automatic updates and creating MO files, and more. Read the release notes for more.
Daniel Bachhuber is moving forward making WP-CLI more independent. He is actually looking for support in “non-code” roles, so reach out to him if you feel you can help. If you didn’t catch his presentation at WordCamp Europe that covers WP-CLI and open source projects, you can check out his blog post covering that talk…
The long-awaited 2.5.0 release of WP-CLI is happening Wednesday, May 19th, 2021. Several obstacles converged to slow its progress in 2020.
Daniel Pataki explores some of the changes and new features of WP-CLI v2, which was recently released. This is also a great introduction for anyone new to WP-CLI who wants to jump right in.
What if WordPress, growing as an operating system for the web, spawns distributions and spins, like Linux? What do nine years of Jetpack teach us about Automattic and WordPress — the project and the dot-com? Rethinking how we think about SaaS, hosting, and the WordPress ecosystem…