Matt was also on a recent podcast with Jeffrey Zeldman, founder of Happy Cog. Their topics range from open source to WordPress 5.0, AMP, Gutenberg blocks, and Google.
Gutenberg 3.1 is out, with (among many other things) tips interface for new users, ability to transform paragraph blocks into single quote blocks, improvements to the mobile block toolbar, better accessibility in a number of areas, and a long list of bug fixes. There seems to be alot more polish put into this release…
What if open source values and ways of thinking point to solutions WordPress businesses can uniquely embrace?
WordCamp Europe 2019 hosted a record 3,200+ people, according to ticket sales. WCEU started with a contributor day on Thursday, June 20, followed by the two main conference days on Friday and Saturday.
I found Eric Holscher thoughts on funding open source with marketing money to be insightful. Eric is involved in Read The Docs, a community supported site that hosts documentation for projects, and he relates how he is building an advertising platform that is, “ethical and open source.”
Rob Cairns brings over 30 years of experience with technology to his role as agency owner and podcast host in the WordPress space.
Advanced Custom fields 5.7.9 is out. This release comes as an update for both the free and pro plugin. It contains some critical improvements for Gutenberg and WordPress 5.0.