On Post Status, Dan Knauss interviewed Steve Burge, founder of PublishPress. With permission form Brain Krogsgard, we repost his answer WordPress’ future and Gutenberg. Read the rest of the Interview on Post Status. Are you optimistic about the future of open source? What are the things that you see that drive your optimism about WordPress? […]
We keep listening to the ongoing conversation about Gutenberg the new visual editor for content on WordPress sites. It's schedule to be released sometime in 2018 with the WordPress 5.0 release. This site uses Gutenberg in production for testing purposes only. If you are testing Gutenberg too, the best way to complain about quirks and […]
Today's edition of the Gutenberg Times updates brings you blog posts, updates, Tweets and Videos around the net. We started in Update 54 to color code the sections. What do you think? It still a bit rough around the edges. Hopefully, I get better at organizing all the tidbits. Enjoy and leave a comment! — […]
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.
Gutenberg topic w/ live demo by lead Developer Matis Ventura starts around time stamp 35:00. And the live tweets. The Classic Editor – for sites not ready yet.
After State of the Word, Matt Mullenweg fielded questions for about another hour after his talk. The tweets collected here only reflect the Gutenberg parts of the Q & A. Full Q & A is, of course, available on WordPress.tv and starts at timestamp: 1:01:24
Three weeks after WordCamp Europe 2017, pasting content from other writing tools into Gutenberg was on the radar for the development team, and more questions arise. What does it mean for plugin developers, what’s the vision for Gutenberg before it goes into core, and how can you leave feedback, once you tested Gutenberg yourself? GutenbergChallenge […]