Huge “Thank You” to all the followers on Twitter who engage with us regularly and spread the word of our work here at Gutenberg Times.
Below are just a few examples of the great support we receive in the WordPress Community.
Okay, Gutenberg Times is really, really special. Here’s why. This WordPress newsletter focuses its information specifically on… wait for it—WordPress Block Editor, codenamed Gutenberg. How awesome is that?
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Nobody and I do mean nobody does a better job of keeping the #WordPress community informed about the progress of #Gutenberg than @bph with her Gutenberg Times. Thank you Birgit. Your Saturday morning newsletter is a must read!
Bud KrausJoy of WP
The NPR Of All Things Gutenberg – an Interview with Birgit Pauli-Haack
I want to do a special mention a blog called Gutenberg Times, and their podcast, the Gutenberg Changelog. They post high-quality content frequently and share interesting views about Gutenberg, blocks, and full site editing. So, that might be worth checking out.Carolina Nymark, teacher of the course on full site Editing for Theme Developers
Gutenberg Changelog has become one of my favorite WordPress podcasts. I really appreciate the time and effort it must take to put together and maintain. I believe more and more will be on board as Gutenberg continues to make the amazing progress that it has, so Gutenberg Changelog will definitely gain audience.
Gutenberg Times is my beacon in WordPress new and already started era. You have been doing an amazing job, Ms Birgit! Thank You so much for these newsletters and your direct help via our Twitter accounts!
Thank you, TechSoup Canada!
Should You Try the New Editor on Your WordPress Site?
Birgit Pauli-Haack’s Gutenberg Times is heralding the new visual editor for WordPress. It is currently code-named Gutenberg but is expected to be called simply Editor. It will be a dramatically improved website and blog editing tool that will be integrated into the WordPress core software in version 5.0, due out later this year.Jim Lynch, on Techsoup Canada
Thank you to Pathfinder SEO
“Over the past year, the team at Pathfinder SEO has relied on these WordPress influencers to inform, entertain and help guide us in the world of WordPress. If you are new to the WordPress space, we recommend you follow these helpful people on Twitter and check out what they are up to in their day-to-day. Hopefully, following them will be just as helpful to you as it has been for us.” —
Birgit Pauli-Haack – @bph
Birgit is a dynamic lady. Between managing Pauli Systems, Gutenberg Times, and WP4Good, she still finds time to curate helpful WordPress information for everyone who follows her. She seems to always want to help others and we dig that she’s using WordPress to make the world a better place. We aspire to follow in her footsteps.