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Community Summit Recaps, Multilingual Documentation, Performant Translations

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Courtney Robertson
Make WordPressPlanet
This Week at WordPress.org (September 4, 2023) News WP Briefing: Episode 61: Community, Summit, all at Washington D.C. WordPress 6.3.1 Maintenance Release The Future of WordPress & What’s Next for Gutenberg WP20 – A Heartfelt Thanks Community Summit Notes Community…
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Translations Across the Project • Admin Design • New Blocks Page • Working Group on Organizations Supporting WordPress • Contributor Mentorship

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Courtney Robertson
Make WordPressPlanet
This Week at WordPress.org (August 7, 2023) Translations, Dashboard Redesign, Blocks page, Supporting Orgs, Mentorship Discussion for a proposal for WP.org content translation and localization Admin Design Kickoff Introducing WordPress.org/blocks Organizations Supporting WordPress.org ‍ The Inaugural Cohort of the WordPress…

WordPress 6.3 • Release Workflows • European Union Cyber Resiliency Act • Gutenberg Accessibility

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Courtney Robertson
Make WordPressPlanet
This Week at WordPress.org (August 7, 2023) WP 6.3, 1st LearnWP Cohort, EU CRA WordPress 6.3 “Lionel” ‍ Announcing the first Learn WordPress Course Cohort ⤴️Proposal: improve the editor tech workflow for major releases Concerns over the European Union’s Cyber…

WordPress 6.3 RC3 • Cyber Resilience Act • Accessibility in Block Editing • Merging Gutenberg during Alpha

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Courtney Robertson
Make WordPressPlanet
This Week at WordPress.org (July 30, 2023) WP 6.3, Whose Ticket, Merging Gutenberg during Alpha, and EU CRA WordPress 6.3 RC3 ️ Whose ticket is it, anyway? ⤴️Proposal: improve the editor tech workflow for major releases Concerns over the European…

WordPress 6.3 RC2 • Synced Patterns • Internationalization • Gutenberg Phase 3

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Courtney Robertson
Make WordPressPlanet
This Week at WordPress.org (July 25, 2023) WP 6.3, Reusable Blocks, Phase 3, i18N WordPress 6.3 Release Candidate 23️⃣ Gutenberg Phase 3 I18N Performance Analysis Synced Patterns: The Evolution of Reusable Blocks News Synced Patterns: The Evolution of Reusable Blocks…

WordPress 6.3 RC1 • Field Guide • Gutenberg Phase 3

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Courtney Robertson
Make WordPressPlanet
This Week at WordPress.org (July 17, 2023) WP 6.3, Field Guide, Phase 3 WordPress 6.3 Release Candidate 1 Sneak a Peek at WP 6.3 with Mike Schroder ‍ Help Test WordPress 6.33️⃣ Gutenberg Phase 3 WordPress 6.3 Field Guide News…

WordPress 6.1 RC5 • WP-CLI 2.7.1 • Help Test Plugin Dependencies Feature Plugin

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Courtney Robertson
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This Week at WordPress.org (October 24, 2022) WordPress 6.1 Release Candidate 5⏳ WordPress 6.1 Release Candidate 5 (RC5) Now Available for Testing🧪 Help Test WordPress 6.1🔎 WordPress 6.1 DevNotes, Field Guides, and Team Updates⏪ Call For Action – Testing Rollback…

WordPress 6.1 RC2 • 6.1 Sneak Peek with Nick Diego • WP-CLI 2.7.1 • Help Test Plugin Dependencies Feature Plugin

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Courtney Robertson
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WordPress 6.1 RC1 • DevNotes • Field Guides • New LearnWP Course

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Courtney Robertson
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This Week at WordPress.org (October 3, 2022) WordPress 6.1 Release Candidate 1⏳ WordPress 6.1 Release Candidate 1 (RC1) Now Available🧪 Help Test WordPress 6.1🔎 WordPress 6.1 DevNotes, Field Guides, and Team Updates🧑‍🎓 New course on LearnWP: Using the WordPress Data…

WordPress 6.1 Beta 3 • Active Install Growth Chart

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Courtney Robertson
DesignHosting
This Week at WordPress.org (October 3, 2022) WordPress 6.1 Beta 3 📦 WordPress 6.1 Beta 3 Now Available! ✨🧪 Help Test WordPress 6.1📈 Bring back the Active Install Growth chart🚤 Improvements to WP_Query performance in 6.1🏥 New cache Site Health…

WordPress Tech Roundup for the Week of September 26, 2022

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Dan Knauss
DesignDevelopment
WordPress Design & Development Around the Web WP_Query Changes in 6.1 Jonathan Harris emphasized in Post Status Slack #development and on Twitter this week that WordPress 6.1 is bringing big changes to WP_Query — changes he's been working on for…

Andrew Rhyand has found a way…

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Dan Knauss

Andrew Rhyand has found a way to allow developers to safely access the WP_Query class from front-end JavaScript. He notes on Twitter: "Query anything you want from a single REST API endpoint!" 👏

If you need a guided tour…

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If you need a guided tour through WP_Query (or perhaps you know a developer new to WordPress coding) then Carl Alexander has a well laid out walkthrough of it here.

Term meta lands in core

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Brian Krogsgard

Term meta has been committed to core in changeset 34529. This is a hugely anticipated change, and will excited a whole lot of developers. I've covered term meta a good bit the last several weeks, so I'll spare the justifications.…

Reasons for custom tables in WordPress plugins

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Brian Krogsgard

Pippin Williamson is doing a new series on building a database abstraction layer that's sure to be really educational. The first post in the series offers reasons for using custom tables in WordPress plugins. For a long time, the majority…

The WordPress REST API

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Brian Krogsgard
DevelopmentMake WordPress
The WordPress REST API project is the most exciting project for the platform since custom post types were introduced in WordPress 2.9 and 3.0. I really believe that. While the project is under a major rewrite and not yet slated for…
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