Update #36 Custom Fields, Forms, Gutenberg at WordCamp US and more Custom Fields in Gutenberg – a plugin by @riadbenguella https://t.co/un2tJlT8az #WordPress build templates for structured data. pic.twitter.com/TTGQVv2JK7— NPTechProjects (@nptechdata) December 9, 2017 Yesterday: Blog post about how excited I am for Gutenberg.Today: @calderaforms Gutenberg blocks.Also, a lot of gratitude to @zgordon and @MrAhmadAwais for helping me learn this. pic.twitter.com/y4A71xQ1qK— Josh Pollock (@Josh412) December 9, 2017 WordPress is Changing. Here are 3 Things You Need to Know About Gutenberg | Morten Rand-Hendriksen | LinkedIn https://t.co/O2QhYCtvSb— 🚀🎙 Joe Casabona (@jcasabona) December 9, 2017 It's been awhile since I went to a WordCamp and felt so excited about the future of WordPress as I did after this year's #wcushttps://t.co/L951P3PAiv pic.twitter.com/65SztNMEmt— Josh Pollock (@Josh412) December 8, 2017 Accessibility testing WordPress Gutenberg – a first look https://t.co/0HQLqkxVDV— Claire Bizingre (@accesbilis) December 6, 2017 Had so much fun at WordCamp US 2017 that I wrote a blog post about it 🙂https://t.co/fYAvSd8nm9Great event, looking forward to next year already! #wcus pic.twitter.com/83RNAgn4f0— Simon Carr (@simoncarr) December 7, 2017 Related PostsReleases Galore in WordPress open-source projects, Business Case of Gutenberg and more — Weekend Edition #179Block-based Template Editor is coming to WordPress 5.8 and a new Widget Editor – Weekend Edition #174Share Update #35 Fresh back from WordCamp US – comments, discussions, insights about Gutenberg and its pending integration into WordPress Core Update #37 Gutenberg Notes, Comments, discussions and code.