Update #58 Gutenberg Interviews , blocks plugins & how-tos, and long awaited updates from the core-editor team.

The next milestone for Gutenberg is the merge proposal into core. Today Matias Ventura published a post on what Gutenberg features will make it into core. The post on Github also lists the work that still needs to be done to be ready for the merge.

Also, on Github Zac Gordon found the 'merged' tag on the nested blocks issue(s) so we are now waiting with great anticipation for the next Gutenberg release this week (2.2).

And if you are looking to find out how to write your own Custom Block, you find not only one but two short tutorials on how to get started. Let us know what new Block you created and I will help you test it. 

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How to create a Gutenberg Block for Displaying a Post

Monday was the first of the AWP Gutenberg Interview series with Joost de Valk, founder of Yoast SEO and how part of team Yoast works on Gutenberg. 

Today, Wednesday you can listen to another Gutenberg Live Q & A with Zac Gordon and Joe Casabona, featured guest: yours truly. So thrilled to be invited. It's a great honor. We'll update this space with the video as soon as it's published. 

Gutenberg Live Q & A, Interviews & Webinars Schedule

The feature plugin Gutenberg is still in development, and doesn't excite all members of the Community. The ratio of bad reviews however seems to be on the decline.

Quite a few more Gutenberg block as plugins were released. Scroll through the tweets and posts and let us know what you think.

Tips & Tricks for Beginners and Introductions to Gutenberg for users. 

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Jeff Chandler over the WPTavern tweeted that Gutenberg by default doesn't allow comments. So we checked on our site as well and we used our favorite feature "Bulk Edit" to open comments on all posts. So leave you thoughts, suggestions and encouragements:-)

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