Ten days before the initially published releases date for WordPress 5.0 Gutenberg developer lead, Matias Ventura published the modified schedule: final release to November 27, 2018. Beta 4 on Monday, Beta 5 on Thursday and November 19, the first release candidate (RC1) is to come out.
Plugins with various sets of Blocks are available to augment the default editor’s set, with call to actions, galleries and various column layouts. What do other people do with Gutenberg? Find out on various blog posts, podcasts and video shows. We gained a week to get ready. If you can, help testing 5.0 Beta 4 on Monday and Gutenberg 4.3.
Or get some rest — Birgit 💕
Table of Contents
- WordPress Core & Gutenberg Development
- Using Gutenberg
- Blocks Galore #280Blocks
- Developing Themes and Blocks for Gutenberg, the block editor
- Photos from Around the World
Next Gutenberg Live Q & A -Friday November 16th at 2pm ET (19:00 UTC) with Hendrik Luehrsen CEO at Luehrsen // Heinrich – Agency for media communications. Hendrik and his team are working on some amazing web sites w/ Gutenberg.
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WordPress Core & Gutenberg Development
November 3rd, 2018, Matt Mullenweg did a town hall style talk at WordCamp Portland answering questions from the audience. Most questions were about Gutenberg and his experience as release lead. He also clarified discussion around accessibility and his vision for the next 15 year for the web. Listen in on the 38 minutes video
Blocks Galore #280Blocks
Developing Themes and Blocks for Gutenberg, the block editor
PS: Yes I am huge fan of Zac Gordon’s
Photos from Around the World
Featured image: Photo by Karim MANJRA on Unsplash
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