This Week at WordPress.org (August 17, 2022)
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- FEEDBACK REQUESTED: If WordPress user session expires on post edit page, Gutenberg autosave continues resulting in 403s.
- A Week in Core – August 15, 2022
- Proposal: Stop merging experimental APIs from Gutenberg to WordPress Core
- Standardize npm script naming in the Gutenberg project
- Devchat agenda, August 17, 2022
- Editor Chat Agenda: 17 August 2022
- Editor chat summary: 10 August, 2022
- Dev Chat Summary, August 10, 2022
- Design Share: Aug 1–12
- FEEDBACK REQUESTED: Add a preview section to the pre-publish sidebar
- FEEDBACK REQEUSTED: Design Exploration: Encourage editor configuration during on-boarding
- SUBMISSIONS DUE AUG 31: Twenty Twenty-Three default theme — Project kickoff
- Deactivate inactive pledges
- Remove contributor hours when account banned
- Use last 5ftF contribution as inactivity criteria
- Hyperlink not readable on Program Expectations page
- Agenda: Global Marketing Team Meeting, August 17, 2022
- Notes: Global Marketing Team Meeting, August 10, 2022
- Performance team meeting summary 16 August 2022
- Performance Team Rep Nominations
- Proposal: Database performance Health Checks
- FEEDBACK REQUESTED: Testing and Feedback for the Fluid Typography Feature
- Themes team update August 16, 2022
- What is the Domain Name System?
- Let’s code! Converting a Shortcode into a Block
- The Creative Side of Blocks, Vol. 2
- Using Create Block Theme
- WordCamp Jinja: Diverse Speaker Sessions, Web Design Hackathon, Teachers Workshop and Fun at the Nile Source!
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