Update #33

WPWeekly Episode 295 – Turkey With A Side of Gutenberg and Giving Thanks to Open Source
Gutenberg and the WordPress of Tomorrow

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, I migrated the posts quoted to this site, in order to preserve the history of the Community voices since I started collecting them in June 2017.

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