Documentation is a lot of work and it's hard to even know where to start. It looks like an issue tracker may be in the works for it though so we can report bugs and dive in on things that need fixing without randomly searching the Codex.
The web is a sacred wilderness, and it deserves preservation. What role can open source communities play? And how does it contrast with the monopolistic tendencies of the “tech giants?”
There are quite a few blog posts, plugins and hacks suggesting to hide the WordPress version number, or hide the overall fact that you’re using WordPress. Don’t do it — it’s pretty useless.
David talks with Nathan Ingram and Ryan Marks about WordCamp Birmingham’s 2022 reboot after nearly two years of no live WP events anywhere.
In this episode, Brian and Brian discuss meta data in WordPress, including the challenge of implementing data into new tools, such as the REST API and the Gutenberg editor.
A topic that has intrigued me a lot over the last few months is how to build up a strong community of contributors to projects. Are their aspects that help encourage community members to collaborate? Aspects that discourage it?
A reminder from Anne McCarthy about the importance of your help testing Gutenberg 14.1 in advance of the WordPress 6.1 release: If you have the current Gutenberg (plugin) release installed, you can use block template parts without adopting everything that comes with block templates. For example, you can allow a user to edit and build…