Omar shows off an overview of the directory structure that comes with the patch, along with the reasons behind his approach. His goal is to do a “much better job at creating a seamless development experience for WordPress core.” Omar is looking for feedback, so be sure to share your thoughts if you do any testing. It will be interesting to see how this effort progresses.
A team of 10 WordPress folks just spent three days at the Open Help Conference and Sprints in Cincinnati in order to analyze a variety of issues with current WordPress documentation practices, and to create a roadmap moving forward. The team was led by Siobhan McKeown, and a total of 10 people attended the conference….
There’s a reworking of action and filter iterations coming to WordPress 4.7 and Gary Pendergast covers them in this update on the Make WordPress Core site. If you have been using actions and filters “the WordPress way,” then you shouldn’t be effected, but you can still learn from his post.
There’s some very healthy discussion going on in the Make WordPress Support blog, where Mike Epstein (Ipstenu) asks: What support forum tools can be made better? Be sure to see her list of known ideas (like reply-by-email), check out the requests in the comments, and chime in yourself! This is a good opportunity to have…
This week David and Cory talk about an upcoming Post Status webinar on scope creep with Natasha Golinsky, and Full-Site Editing in WordPress.
WordPress 6.0.2 is coming soon! Join the next Call for Testing and give your feedback on HTML block markup and increasing the
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