“In order for WordPress to win, the rest of the competition doesn’t have to lose.” — David Bisset
How should the WordPress community react to the first recorded dip in market share? Is a small decline something to be concerned about or more of an opportunity to examine what defines WordPress as a successful platform? Are the Gutenberg project, Full Site Editing, other core features, or competitor innovations important factors? Should some organizations in the WordPress space be playing a bigger role as contributors?
Special guests Joost de Valk, Alex Denning, and Jessica Frick discuss these subjects with host David Bisset — and near the end Ben Gabler joins in.
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🔗 Mentioned in the show:
- WordPress’ market share is shrinking
- What WordPress has to do with the Discontinued iPod
- A 0.4% drop in WordPress CMS market share doesn’t really matter (Article)
- Alex Denning WordPress’ Market Share Twitter Thread
- Continuation of Alex Denning WordPress’ Market Share Twitter Thread
- Rich Tabor reply on Full Site Editing on Twitter
- Nick Diego reply on Full Site Editing on Twitter Part 1
- Nick Diego reply on Full Site Editing on Twitter Part 2
- 105,495,450 searches for WordPress terms in the last 12 months, up 7.5% year-on-year
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