BlackPress is for people of Black African descent in the WordPress community to help increase their numbers and representation with a network for support and learning.
Rich Tabor says the arrival of the Full Site Editing experience in WordPress 5.9 is the biggest innovation since themes first emerged. Why?
David and Dan talk with Robert Jacobi, Director of WordPress at Cloudways, about the Joomla project and what WordPress can learn from it.
Dave Rodenbaugh talks about setting expectations for support in the WordPress repository where users can download plugins for free.
Television producer Roshanda Pratt shares some tips to improve your image and confidence in video calls or at conferences and job interviews.
Amy June Hineline shares the lessons she thinks WordPress can learn from Drupal’s relationship with its contributors and open source.
What if open source values and ways of thinking point to solutions WordPress businesses can uniquely embrace?
Felix Arntz and Thierry Muller from the newly formed WordPress Performance Team talk with David about the team’s progress so far.
When — and what — should you outsource to SaaS and open source? Learn this an more from Dave Rodenbaugh, founder of Recapture.io.
Should WordPress adopt the Block Protocol? What would this mean? Leonardo Losoviz explains why the Block Protocol and why it might benefit WordPress to adopt it and allow more of the web to share and reuse blocks. Matt Mullenweg has expressed interest in taking this path.
Lesley Sim thinks special badges on WordPress.org could incentivize core contribution if they earned developers a boost in plugin rankings.
What is the Block Protocol and why does it matter? What’s the significance of Matt taking over at Tumblr? And is WordPress way too complicated?
Collins Agbonghama is the Founder of ProfilePress. He spoke with David about his recent success acquiring a plugin and breaking even in just four months.
US digital accessibility-related lawsuits reached a rate of over 10 per day in 2021 with over 4,000 in total, up 15% from the previous year.
Michelle and David discuss the three new online events Post Status is hosting in the first half of 2022.
How has the WordPress community changed since its early days? How does money and market share change it? What lies ahead?
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