Gutenberg will merge with WordPress Core in 2018 The original collection was posted on Storify on Jan 2, 2018 and has been duplicated here to preserve it past Storify End of Life in May 2018.
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A Twitter Storm by Kevin Hoffman This is a great summary by @kevinwhoffman implications and challenges of #Gutenberg for various user groups of WordPress: Plugin Devs, Theme Shops, Agencies & Consultants, Users – Read the whole thread at the end you get to 'What do we work on next' part. 🙂 Photo by Viktor Kiryanov on Unsplash
Note: Nikola Nikolov continued his Gutenberg explorations. The sessions are now available on his YouTube Channel. See the Live Events Calendar of next shows. Photo by Peter Nguyen on Unsplash
For this update, I caught up on a quite a few tweets I missed during the week. A LOT of people are sharing their work with Gutenberg now. Thank you to everyone who reached out to me regarding these updates: I received a few suggestions to make the updates more visible and provide a newsletter […]
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Some of the tweets are the beginning of great threads so don't just look at the one included here. Click on the tweet's date and read the full thread. Great discussion happend in between. Matias Ventura close the issue in favor of a bigger overview styling of blocks can be handled Featured Images: Uxmal Mayan […]
Still a great list, three months later! The boilerplate evolved into a zero-configuration #0CJS developer toolkit for building WordPress Gutenberg block plugins. https://AhmdA.ws/CreateGutenBlock_ Featured Image: Uxmal Mayan Temple by Birgit Pauli-Haack