On a recent episode of the BoldLife podcast, Sandy Edwards had a great conversation about kids and training WordCamp Organizers to host Kids Camps. 🏕️
A lot of interesting things surfaced in the open conversations with Matt and Josepha at WCEU. I also learned a lot from Pablo Postigo, Feliz Arntz, Shane Pearlman, Jonathan Wold, Nora Ferrerio, Milana Cap.
Right on the heels of WordPress 4.6 being released, it’s time to start thinking about WordPress 4.7. Helen Hou-Sandí is leading the release, scheduled for shipment on December 6th (those keeping score at home know that’s two days after WordCamp US, so contributor day will be a nice time for a final push). It was…
Matt Mullenweg followed up on some “homework” from WordCamp US and restated his thoughts about the WordPress mission to “Democratize Publishing.” Joost de Valk has some good thoughts on this as well.
The second A Day of REST conference will be in Boston, Massachusetts. The event will cover the WordPress REST API in-depth, with talks and workshops from leaders in the community. It will be co-organized by Human Made and Post Status.
This past weekend, I co-organized WordCamp Birmingham, or WP Y’all, and a couple of our (many) taglines were “In Open Source We Trust” and “Cheers to the GPL.” So naturally we toasted the GPL at the after party. Going through all of the pictures and seeing our toast, I thought about it some more and…
Get your feedback in now about features coming in WordPress 6.1. Feature freeze is September 20.