Dan and Eric discuss their top picks for WordPress news stories of the week and the topic of professionalism. What is it — what does it mean for us in the WordPress community, and how does it relate to a healthy open source project and business ecosystem?
How do we give back? We all want a community of creativity, cooperation, and contribution — how do we get there?
What’s it like to enter the WordPress community media space, especially as the editor of a publication with many voices, personalities, and perspectives?
For Nyasha Green, a healthy tech community prioritizes mentoring. She credits her mentors with helping her find her place in WordPress. How well does your part of the WordPress ecosystem support mentorship? Can we make mentoring a key way people contribute to WordPress’s future?
Have you been thinking about that question? I hope so. Everyone should, as long as we have a 5ftF program. Some low-hanging fruit — recognition of non-code contributors — has already been picked, according to Angela Jin’s latest update. I like that WordPress.org profiles are now showing these new contributor activity types: Translating and reviewing…
Gutenberg 13.4 • Learning FSE sooner rather than later • Gutenberg in Tumblr and Day One • WordCamps and the vitality of the WordPress community • AUS WordPress community only mostly dead? • Get SEO Schema graphs • Web font loading geek out • PHP is 28! • PHP namespaces and autoloaders • You can work anywhere… why not Cleveland? • North Commerce — faster than the rest? • and more…
Dave Rodenbaugh talks about setting expectations for support in the WordPress repository where users can download plugins for free.
Amy June Hineline shares the lessons she thinks WordPress can learn from Drupal’s relationship with its contributors and open source.
When — and what — should you outsource to SaaS and open source? Learn this an more from Dave Rodenbaugh, founder of Recapture.io.
Eric Chuang 莊桓亦 and Hend Chen 陳瀚宇 have organized a hybrid WordCamp for the WordPress community in Taiwan and beyond.
John Maeda is a well-known designer, who most recently hails from the extremely reputable VC firm, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Wired has a pretty good summation on his background and qualifications. At Automattic, he’s filling a role they advertised a while back for an overall head of design. The position, now removed from Automattic’s…
I’ve followed Sunny Ratilal since his earliest days contributing to Easy Digital Downloads. I remember Pippin Williamson raving about how good he was at contributing to EDD code and supporting EDD customers. Then I found out he was in high school. Sarah Gooding interviews Sunny and writes about his story with WordPress, which started when…
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