What happens when we reach the end of a phase in Gutenberg? Josepha shares what this means for additional features and requests in the WP Briefing. Josepha also posed a few questions at how we prioritize doing the work of contributing while onboarding new contributors and ways to simplify the experience new contributors have. Finally, get an early look at the design changes coming for Hosting, Jobs, About, and Dev Blog.
This is part of our ongoing celebration of the 20th Anniversary of WordPress. Dean Burton When I first discovered WordPress, I was messing around trying to build my own website, which at the time was an attempt to move an online community I had on Facebook over to a blog and eventually to sell/promote products….
There are many ways to contribute to WordPress, the Open Source Project. And to be honest, most of them have nothing to do with coding.
Yvette Sonneveld is a full-stack online communications professional with extensive experience in the WordPress ecosphere.
In this episode, Mario Peshev, founder of DevriX, joins Cory Miller to discuss WordPress retainers, entrepreneurship, and the future of WordPress. Mario encourages agency owners to chase recurring revenue to build in the freedom to do quality work with the capacity to lead into your future vision for your business.
Can you explain the difference between Central and the Foundation? They are not one in the same, so check out what each area handles.
More teams across WordPress are using GitHub Projects for project management. The Community Team is considering this addition as well.
Let’s review some very old tickets for bugs and feature requests in WordPress and admire the new things coming to Documentation and Themes sites.
We’re really excited about celebrating the WordPress community! Here are some things we’re planning and how you can be involved.
Corey Maass and Cory Miller go live to discuss the creation and launch of a WordPress product they have partnered to build. Crop.Express originated as a solution to a common problem Maass experienced. Miller loved the idea and wondered how to build this into a plugin to solve problems within the WordPress workflow. This is a candid conversation about the evolution of partnering to develop a WordPress product.
Read WordPress stories from PostStatus members as we take time to reflect and celebrate 20 years of WordPress.
Where is WordPress going in 2023? Read Josepha’s Big Picture Goals for the year. WordPress certifications are in the planning phases, and the foundation will include LearnWP. The Training Team is conducting a Needs Analysis. Help gather the community’s input. Plugins Team is seeking intentionally wrong plugins, and Core has the 6.2 Planning Roundup.
Post Status is building a WordPress community event timeline. The last 20 years have included some amazing events in WordPress history.
We want to know your WordPress story! Tell us how you got started. Or about your first website or business or theme or plugin…
It’s true, ChatGPT did not write this update, but I HAVE been playing around with it, and I can see the appeal, at least in part.
Jannis Thuemmig, founder of WP Webhooks, joins Cory Miller to discuss Open AI and WordPress. Jannis is passionate about utilizing the power of technology to increase efficiency. WP Webhooks is exploring the ways Open AI can be used to revolutionize website processes and management. It seems we are only at the tip of the iceberg for what is possible when working with WordPress and Open AI.
In the Spotlight this week: Talisha Lewallen. She is the CEO and Founder of WPConnects, and the Founder and President of CertifyWP Foundation.
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