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Renato Alves shared on Twitter that the BuddyPress team has added basic support for the Groups component to the BuddyPress GraphQL schema, which is available on GitHub. Now it has “all the goodies” you need “to get groups, or a group, delete/update/create, pagination, and permissions.”
Carl Alexander has an update about Ymir, the serverless DevOps platform he is building for WordPress. In the process, he explains how to create a WP-CLI command. 👍
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.
The lead stories this week include GiveWP‘s acquisition by Liquid Web and increasing concerns over the “bus factor” in open source projects. Thankfully WP-CLI has a major release coming up this next week, but the sustainability of this vital project was jeopardized in 2020. Finally, the future of WordPress themes with Full Site Editing made…
BuddyPress 6.0.0 Beta 1 is out with some great new enhancements and features, including the first BuddyPress Blocks for the block editor and a completed BuddyPress REST API.
The witty and charismatic lead of the BuddyPress and bbPress projects, John James Jacoby, recently announced leaving Automattic. Now reveals he’s joined Team 10up.