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.

The Classic Editor – for sites not ready yet.

WordCamp US 2017 – Gutenberg – Q & A w/ Matt Mullenweg

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

Update #33

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

Update #16 Gutenberg 0.4 – Accessiblity Testing, First Impressions with a little Jest

Cover image: WordPress 5.0 Sneak Peek-Gutenberg Editor Initial Impressions And Experts Feel

Update #15 Curating Community Voices around Gutenberg, the new WordPress Block Editor.

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? 


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.

Why is the numbering of the Updates a little off?

The numbering of the updates originated from Storify, which we continued on Gutenberg Times. The first update posted on Gutenberg Times was #49, with Gutenberg 2.0 release.

When we brought earlier updates over from Storify, in April we realized that I counted updates with one or two links as well. We combined some of them into longer posts and now it seems we only started counting at #16. I do have a Google Doc with the dates of all the updates. Not everytime you start out with a plan and even if you do, you change it along the way. So we keep on counting the updates. They are just numbers, but they indicate continuity, history and persistence.