Update #37 Gutenberg Notes, Comments, discussions and code.

You wonder what will happen to your Custom Fields once Gutenberg is merged to WordPress, find out in my latest post https://t.co/xUnASTi7px Also, try the Gutenberg Custom Fields Plugin https://t.co/njTZDm7aDy #Gutenberg #WordPress— Riad Benguella (@riadbenguella) December 11, 2017 What’s new in Gutenberg? (11th December) – version 1.9 – Reusable blocks and more by @matias_ventura #WordPress […]

Update #34 WordCamp US Recaps – Gutenberg and State of the Word

Gutenberg topic w/ live demo by lead Developer Matis Ventura starts around time stamp 35:00. And the live tweets. I think @matias_ventura is coding live on stage. #WCUS #SOTW pic.twitter.com/rD3TWGXGoy— Matt Mullenweg (@photomatt) December 2, 2017 Three focuses on 2018: #Gutenberg editing, #Gutenberg customization, and a #Gutenberg theme. @photomatt #WCUS #STOW— David Bisset (@dimensionmedia) December […]

Update #33

Christmas blog theme by @carolinapoena now in the #WordPress theme directory. https://t.co/sRXf3L7cS1 …It is a CSS grid theme w/ custom SVG icons and Gutenberg blocks. "it was a fun and very quick project." pic.twitter.com/Xfa4S8CWAT— Birgit Pauli-Haack (@bph) November 28, 2017 People of #WordPress: #WCUS is happening on my b'day weekend 🎂🎉 so if you are […]

Gutenberg Community Voices July 6, 2017

Three weeks after WordCamp Europe 2017,  pasting content into Gutenberg was on the radar for the development team, and more questions arise. What does it mean for plugin developers, what’s the envision for Gutenberg before it goes into core, and how can you leave feedback, once you test Gutenberg yourself?  Disclaimer: Originally posted on Storify, […]